Breast Cancer Choir

About

The Kindred Spirits Choir is a friendly group open to anyone, male or female, who have been affected by breast cancer. No previous musical/singing experience is required.

Meetings held on Thursday 7.00-9.00pm at Cove Methodist Church, Farnborough. The weekly practice sessions offer informal support for people living with and beyond breast cancer.

About Kindred Spirits Choir

Kindred Spirits Choir formed in 2013 and have sung at many events to raise funds for charities, in particular the Frimley Park Hospital Breast Care Appeal and the Fountain Centre in Guildford which offers support and various holistic treatments to cancer sufferers and their families.

Find out more

Kindred Spirits Choir

Email
kindredspiritschoir@gmail.com

Website
https://www.facebook.com/KindredSpiritsChoir/

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Location

Cove Methodist Church
63 Cove Road
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 0EL

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