Wulfruna Ladies Choir has more than 40 members of all ages.
The choir meet every Tuesday evening
at 7:30pm at Bradmore Community Centre,
Birches Barn Road, Pennfields WV37BN.
The songs performed are a lively mixture
of old and new music with
2 and 3 part singing.
The choir hold concerts and give performances in a variety of venues to entertain others, to support local charities, for private bookings and to enjoy themselves. Over the 50 plus years of Wulfruna Ladies Choir, thousands of pounds have been donated to local and worthy causes.
If you would like to book the choir to sing at an event, please contact us via the
If you have any comments, feedback or suggestions about a concert you have enjoyed or this website, please contact us via the CONTACT page.
More information about the choir can be found on the ABOUT page.
Hear the choir sing on the VIDEOS page.
We are always keen for new members to join the choir. There is no audition and newcomers will be made very welcome.
All music will be provided and rehearsal CDs will be available.
No previous musical or choral experience is necessary although it would be useful.
If you are interested please see
JOIN US page for full details.
Use CONTACT page to ask about anything else you need to know.
Please print off this information
poster to inform and invite others.
STRUMS & SONGS with WOLVERHAMPTON UKULELES
Friday 10th July 7.30pm start
Beacon Centre, Wolverhampton Road East, Sedgley WV4 6AZ
with CITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON
Saturday 26th September 7:30pm start
St Chad's Church, Oak Street, Coseley, West Midlands, WV14 9TA
For more information: go to the
Link to Wulfruna Ladies Choir facebook page.
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In 2018, Wulfruna Ladies Choir supported local branches of the following charities
through proceeds from various concerts plus
£2000 in direct donations.
Refugee and Migrant Centre (Wolverhampton), Samaritans,
The Well (Wolverhampton Foodbank),
Activeyes (Beacon Centre),
Catholic Women's League charities (St Michael's, Penn),
Acorns Children's Hospice (Black Country unit) OHMI (One-Handed Musical Instrument) Trust.