All Woman Testimonials

 

Many of our ladies regularly share their thoughts and experiences of ALL WOMAN:

 

  • “I joined in January after seeing you in the Paper. I had been looking for a choir but due to family illness couldn't commit to one. unfortunately I lost both my parents within the year and found myself needing to get out and meet new people and re- engage with life after so much sadness. Well I can honestly say All Woman choir has been all that and more ! I have made some wonderful new friends doing something I love and can't wait for Wednesdays to come round.”

    Helen Finlow, Stafford

  • “All Woman Choir is a fun-filled, welcome break in the middle of a busy week! My friend and neighbour Chris & I look forward to it every week with eager anticipation! We are learning our words for the concert together on our early morning fitness walk! Although I feel I should publicly apologise to all the paper boys we encounter, who think they are being stalked by two middle aged women following them, singing "I'm in love, I'm in love, I'm in love, I'm in love....." Many thanks for all your hard work”

    Sue Bateman, Stafford

  • “I am a mother of four young children and most of my days are spent washing, ironing, cleaning the loo and cooking.... except wednesday evenings!! Choir is one of the few things that I do for me, where i can be Marie for a change and not mum! I love it!!”

    Marie Hartley, Stafford

  • “I just wanted to say a huge thank you to you both for providing the opportunity for me to be involved in All Woman. Yesterday's concert was an amazing experience, the memories of which I will treasure. Hope you were pleased! You were both brilliant. Much love and thanks to you both.”

    Annie Lacey, Stoke

  • “Liz and Rachel, Many congratulations on pulling off such a fantastic concert, from this afternoons rehearsal to the end of the evening the experience has been one that I will remember for a very long time. So many people were leaving the building absolutely buzzing - and not just the ones sitting by the organ!! The comments being made were so complimentary and that's all down to your talents and your vision. One of my favourite pieces of recent music is Take That's greatest day - today certainly was one of those days. Thank you so much for the privilege of being a part of something so wonderful. Many,many thanks”

    Lesley Foulkes

  • “Being an Intensive Care Nurse is very stressful, and since joining ALL WOMAN I have found a new world just for me to step into and escape to a magical place..”

    Lynne Bailey

  • “Thank you so much for the opportunity to take part in such an amazing evening. Over the years I have sung on the Victoria Hall stage at many various events but never one like that. It was every bit as amazing as I thought it would be. Congratulations and thank you for all your hard work.”

    Linda Reed, Stoke

 

 

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