A VOCAL group on the Rosneath peninsula is inviting local music lovers to come along to its winter concert - and has also issued a call for new members. 

The Peninsula Choir will be performing at Cove Burgh Hall on Sunday, December 10, when they will perform a variety of traditional and modern songs.

Having come close to disbanding two years ago, the choir is now more popular than ever - though it's still looking for new members, in one area in particular.

A spokesperson said: “The choir continues to go from strength to strength since the threat of being disbanded in 2021.

“With numbers growing, the only disappointment in the group is the lack of tenor voices, so if you like to sing tenor, please come along and join us.

"Ladies or gentlemen, you will be made very welcome.

“The concert programme will be an eclectic mix of traditional with some more modern songs and we will be joined by guest artists, the well-known Sian Winstanley (soprano) and Alastair Caldwell on trumpet.”

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The choir will also be performing a second concert with the same programme in the Helensburgh United Reformed Church on Sunday, December 17 at 3pm.

Refreshments will be served at the interval during both concerts.

The Peninsula Choir holds rehearsals at Cove Burgh Hall on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.

Members are not required to audition, and all are welcome to join.

For more information on the concert and the Peninsula Choir, contact Seonaid via email at seonaid2001@yahoo.co.uk.