Bourne Tuneless Choir

Following government advice to avoid unnecessary social contact, we will not be meeting in person for the foreseeable future.  Please sign up for our emails in order to find out when we start up again, and any opportunities for online singing.

Bourne Tuneless Choir launched in October  2016, led by Ken Ring with Linda Gunthorp doing the organisation.

The choir is based at Bourne Abbey Church, Church Walk, Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10 9UQ.    (Though we don’t be singing hymns – just popular songs by the likes of Abba and Queen – and we are secular so welcome people of all religions and none.)

Sessions are held weekly every Wednesday evening.

Our session times are 7.30pm to 9pm.

Our new term runs from Wednesday 19th February to Wednesday 15th April 2020.

There is NO CHOIR on Wednesday 8th April and on Wednesday 15th April you will find us singing at The Masonic Hall, Roman Bank, Bourne, PE10 9LQ and not in our usual home at The Abbey Church, Bourne.

Newcomers pay £10 for their first session, including registration with the choir.  The regular price is £8 if you “pay as you go”, or you can pay in advance for a term for the equivalent of £6 per session – so £48 for an 8 week term.

If you have questions contact us by emailing or calling Linda on 07949 057811.

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Bourne Tuneless Choir

Singing at the Scarecrow Festival!

“Just to say thank you for making me feel so welcome at the Tuneless choir in Bourne. Such FUN to sing with the freedom of a child( tuneless and who cares!) It’s great just to SING!”

Linda Gunthorp and Kenny Ring

Linda Gunthorp and Kenny Ring

Manager and Leader of Bourne Tuneless Choir