Who we are.
Hooky Singers is Hook Norton’s very own community choir. We are open and accessible to anyone over the age of 16, irrespective of musical knowledge or experience and there are no auditions!
Set up by locals, our aim is to promote community cohesion, friendship and the well-being of participants through the enjoyment of singing in a friendly, fun and supportive setting. Our first rehearsal in January 2019 kicked off with 75 singers, and the low 70’s remains around our average weekly attendance. Everyone is free to attend when they can.
What we sing.
Anything and everything, from old folk ballads to pop. Whatever we sing, the key to our enjoyment and success is balancing creating good music with lots of laughter!
When and where we meet.
We rehearse on a Wednesday evening at 7.30pm in the Hook Norton Primary School Hall, Sibford Road. Do come along for a sing – the first session is free. (Current fees are £36 per twelve week term or £4 per week if not paid termly.)
Contact us for more information.
Or tel: (01608) 737791
Meet the team.
The day to day running of the choir lies with the Committee, who are also choir members. Any member of the choir can volunteer to serve as a committee member, and all members will be expected to help with the running of the choir from time to time.
Steph Klejdys Chair
Deborah Weaver Secretary
Judy Ormerod Treasurer
Annie Tullett. Social/Hospitality Secretary
Jenny Mead. Music Director (ex officio)
The choir operates in accordance with our Constitution, which also contains additional information on policies such as data protection and time of our Annual General Meeting. Click here to read our Constitution >>
Hooky Singers is a full member of Making Music, supporting and championing voluntary music, and also holds Bronze insurance through Making Music. Every member of the choir can also register and access the Making Music resources, as needed.