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Gentlemen Songsters' charity cash a smash hit

By Black Country Bugle  |  Posted: June 25, 2014

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ONE of the best known choirs of the Black Country, the Gentlemen Songsters, founded back in May 1957, have once again hit the high notes with their charitable work.

The Mayor of Dudley's charities are on song for a bumper total thanks to the choir's £3,500 donation, which the Songsters raised with their sell-out concerts throughout the year.

The choir has been a long-time supporter of the mayor's charities, raising thousands of pounds for local causes, and last year they received a civic award for their fundraising.

This year the Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Alan Finch's charities are White House Cancer Support, Dudley, and Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.

Keith Moss, chairman of the Gentlemen Songsters Male Voice Choir, said, "As a choir we do a lot of work to help a number of charities throughout the year. We have a long and happy tradition of helping the Mayor of Dudley's charities, and I am glad the money will go a long way to helping them continue their excellent work."

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