MD: Alison Houlbrooke
Style: Male Voice
Status: Stood Down
The Hereford Police Male Choir was formed in 1957 to sing at a special thanksgiving service at Hereford Cathedral to mark the centenary of Herefordshire Constabulary. It was made up then of serving police officers together with some members of the ‘Specials.’ Today, almost half a century later, the choir continues to successfully sing although its ranks have long been opened up to men from all walks of life. Current members include retired teachers, undertakers, padres, surveyors, train drivers but no criminals yet! There are members who are working policeman too – ranging from a PC to a Chief Inspector.
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