Members of an Oxfordshire choir dressed up for Red Nose Day this week raising £760 for charity.

Abingdon, Didcot, Oxford, Wantage and Witney rock choirs hosted a ‘bottle tombola’ in their weekly choir session in support of Comic Relief 2023.

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Every member brought in a bottle to contribute to the tombola, and they had a great variety on offer.

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Bottles included alcohol, shampoo, mouthwash, toilet cleaner, nail varnish and even a hot water bottle.

People can still donate using the following Just Giving web link:

Rock choir leader, Krisha Kaye said: “Members were extremely generous donating high-end brands of products as well.

“It was hugely successful and also a lot of fun!”

The group is still welcoming donations.

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If you would like to donate to Comic Relief, you can access the JustGiving page here.

A bit more about Rock Choir in their own words:

“Everyone is welcome!

“Rock Choir is the UK’s leading contemporary award-winning choir experience offering local weekly rehearsals, performances and life-affirming events to more than 400 towns and communities across the UK.

“Rock Choir is recognised as the first of its kind to offer a no-audition and no-requirement-to-read-music choir experience in the UK and invites anyone with any level of musical experience to join.

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“It attracts everyone who loves to sing pop and contemporary songs!

“With local weekly rehearsals, social events, extra workshops, weekends abroad, performances, charity performances and national events, a Rock Choir member can choose as much or as little as they like.

“It’s all about singing, fun, your local community, friendship and life-changing experiences!

“The journey that members go on with Rock Choir is unique and achieves outstanding results in well-being, health and personal confidence but with the fun and exhilarating glamour of performing to sell-out audiences and standing ovations!”