Chatham Grammar Choir Singing at Medway Hospital’s Christmas Fair and Light Switch On.
Chatham Grammar Choir were invited to perform at Medway Hospital’s Christmas Fair that took place on Friday 7th December.
Patients, visitors, staff and local residents really enjoyed the live performance and the variety of Christmas songs they performed really got everyone in the festive spirit.
The Mayor of Medway commented on how talented the girls were, that they were a credit to the school and asked for an encore.
Due to the girls singing success, they were then asked to sing with the Salvation Army Band and lead the carols at the official Christmas tree light switch on. Even though this was unexpected, the girls handled this with great professionalism.
We have been invited back next year, and hope to take part in other events with Medway Hospital throughout the year.
Year 8 Student wrote:
What an amazing experience it was to sing with my school Choir this afternoon at Hempstead Valley.
It was a great opportunity to raise money for children at Demelza Hospice. We sang many Christmas carols but overall my favourite one was Jingle Bell Rock because we all sang it most confidently. It was wonderful to see so many smiling faces as people stopped to see us and listen to our singing. I really hope the money we raised will help children and their families in need.
I’m excited for Friday to show our amazing singing at Medway Hospital to cheer up patients and visitors.