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As if appearing on the BBC wasn’t enough, the South Oxhey Choir is now performing at The Roundhouse in Camden. New musical director Simon Wookey says his singers are more than up to the challenge, writes Melanie Dakin
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All sorts of talents and treasures are emerging from South Oxhey it seems, as Gareth Malone’s The Choir – Unsung Town series has been revealing on BBC Two. Choir member and South Oxhey resident, Vee Smith, is among them.
11:23am Wednesday 23rd September 2009
SOUTH OXHEY: Cast and crew of the BBC’s hit television show The Choir: Unsung Town gathered in a South Oxhey school hall last night to watch the last episode in the series and toast its remarkable effect on the community.
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Week three of The Choir Unsung Town was a vast improvement on the previous week’s rather downbeat episode, which despite recording the success of the children’s choir and the adult group’s first public concert at Watford Colosseum, did little to make the South Oxhey community feel good about the attitudes of those in the surrounding towns.
10:10am Friday 11th September 2009
Of all the reality programmes that fill the television schedules, displacing drama from our screens, there is one that even I, an actor who might be expected to whinge about reality shows, cannot fault.
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In episode two of The Choir Unsung Town, the adult choir faces its first concert audience, choirmaster Gareth Malone has his sights set on forming a youth group and finds a likely star at South Oxhey's special needs school, Colnbrook, writes Melanie Dakin
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It seems that WCHT are one of a very few organisations that have the guts and common-sense to bring back apprenticeships. Oh that more companies would do the same. At least some kids leaving school might be able to forge a career in such essential things as plumbing, bricklaying, electrician, etc. − pc49plodHousing trust signs up construction work apprentices »
In 20 years of supporting the orns that was the best day and experience I've had as a fan. Amazing team display. Zola deserves so much credit for his team selection and changes!! A lot of fans were calling for MV to be taken off for FF but how wrong were they?? Incredible, amazing. − JoelageWatford reach Wembley in unbelievable fashion »