Our most anticipated event at Christmas every year is the annual Carol Concert in Marlborough College Chapel. This year, like every other, it was in aid of Hope and Homes for Children. About the Charity Hope and Homes for Children was the creation of two extraordinary individuals who believed that every child had the right
The BlueBelles were delighted to be given the opportunity to sing at Westonbirt again as part of the Enchanted Christmas series which runs throughout December. This year we were given an earlier date which encouraged us to learn our Christmas music earlier than we might otherwise have done! Enchanted Christmas Hannah Ward, Recreation Manager at
The BlueBelles were delighted to be asked to sing at the switching on of the Marlborough Christmas Lights this year. This annual event is organised by Marlborough Town Council and brings together a number of local groups on the stage outside the Town Hall. Arriving just before 6pm we met up in the Town Hall
The BlueBelles are always delighted to be asked to sing at events in the local community. People often ask where we are from. There is no simple answer to this. We rehearse in Easton Royal in Wiltshire but none of the BlueBelles actually live there! Most of us hail from Pewsey, Burbage
Spring Sing returns on Saturday 27th April 2019, from 10:30am. Enjoy a selection of local choirs performing in venues across Calne town centre, ending with the choirs and audience joining for a ‘Big Sing’ finale. Free entry to all performances. The full programme will be announced shortly. The event culminates with choirs and audience joining
The BlueBelles are delighted to have secured a slot to perform at this years Sunday Afternoon Concert Series at Iford Manor. We will be performing on Sunday 13 May 2018 at 14.30 On Sundays from May to September the very best of local amateur performers entertain garden visitors. Concerts between 2:30 and 3:30 take place
Last weekend saw us once again at the Swindon bowl in the Old Town Gardens for the choir festival which was raising funds for Brighter Futures Radiotherapy Appeal.
Last month Lucy, one of our fabulous Second Alto’s, turned 40. Well so she says anyway. She doesn’t look a day over 30 so it may well be she’s just got confused. So naturally there was a party, and all the BlueBelles, along with lots of Lucy’s other friends, were invited.