Singers in harmony with countryside charity

Two internationally renowned choirs will join together for a charity concert to raise vital funds to help protect the Hampshire countryside on 19th May 2018.

The acapella singing group made up of the all-male group The Close Shaves and the all-ladies group The High Heels will perform at Stockbridge Town Hall at 6.30pm on Saturday 19th May.

The performance will raise funds for the Hampshire branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England.

Dee Haas, Chairman of CPRE Hampshire, said: “We were lucky enough to have a concert from these two Bach Choir groups three years ago and they were stunningly good. You cannot understate the quality of their music making - something for everyone but all of very high quality, as you would expect from members of this famous choir. They will give us another special evening of songs across the centuries, all beautifully arranged.”

The singers originally met while performing with the Bach Choir, but their concert included a wide range of music, from pop classics to musical theatre songs, as well as classical pieces.

The money raised will support the work of CPRE Hampshire, which strives to protect the county’s beautiful countryside. The charity supports local communities campaigning to see developments putting the right houses in the right places.

This will be a rare and special opportunity to see them perform together. Tickets are limited so book early to avoid disappointment! To book tickets, please email

Posted on Tue, 17/04/2018 - 09:35