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PICTURES: Inverness Military Wives Choir performs Remembrance concert at city cathedral


By Val Sweeney

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Inverness Cathedral was the venue for the Remembrance concert. Picture: Alexander Williamson.
Inverness Cathedral was the venue for the Remembrance concert. Picture: Alexander Williamson.

Inverness Military Wives Choir marked Remembrance weekend with two concerts at the city's cathedral.

The choir's members include wives, mothers, daughters and widows of serving personnel and veterans as well as serving and ex-serving women.

It was their first Remembrance concert since the pandemic.

Money raised will go to Military Wives Choirs and Poppy Scotland. People were also invited to give donations to the Highland branch of the Seagull Trust and Inverness Cathedral.

The Inverness choir which is part of a broader network was formed seven years ago. It provides an important support network for members.

Rehearsals are held at Wimberley Way Community Centre in Inverness.

Although the Remembrance concerts are a highlight of the year, the 20-strong choir

also performs at other times and visits care homes.


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