Military Wives choir concert in Fife nets thousands of £s for SSAFA

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A concert staged in Fife raised £4,000 for military charity, SSAFA.

The Military Wives’ Choir Rosyth, backed up by SSAFA Bras”, took to the stage at Pittencrieff Park’s Glen Pavilion in Dunfermline for the concert at the start of this month.

It featured a range of favourites including Christmas carols, songs from Les Misérables, and hits by Adele.

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Allan Steele, corporate and special events officer for SSAFA in Scotland, said: “I’m thrilled to report that the evening was a great success and brought so much happiness, and I think a few tears, to the 150 members of the community in the audience.

Provost Jim Leishman with the Military Wives choirProvost Jim Leishman with the Military Wives choir
Provost Jim Leishman with the Military Wives choir

“Military Wives Choirs has done so much in its magical first decade to bring companionship and support – values of course shared with SSAFA – to women whose serving spouses are deployed far from home overseas.”

He added that the concert was “a great way to celebrate Christmas and support our armed forces.”

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