Village Voices, Towersey

We meet every Wednesday evening in term time, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. at Towersey Memorial Hall except for the thrid wednesday of each month when we meet generally at Bledlow Village hall

Although we are not a performing choir, we do love to sing at local events when invited. In the past these have included the Towersey Festival, Towersey Fête, St Andrew's Christmas Tree Festival, Christmas Light Festival in Oxford, Oxford Christmas Market in Broad Street and Thame Market.  

Words to songs, recordings and learning tracks are available on our Members page for choir members only. To access the page, click the link below or click the login option in the menu, then add your login and password when asked.

Other Events

Choir News and events

Car parking at Towersey Memorial Hall

The Management Committee of the hall have asked all hirers to remind their users of the car parking facilities and requirements. These can be found at the following link  

Click here to see our Paul Sartin day Nostalgia! Don't you just love it? Recording our Red Kite Radio Jingle Click to hear our time on Red Kite Radio 107.2FM PARKING

Wednesdays 7.30 – 9.30 pm

At Towersey Memorial Hall except 3rd Wednesdays of month.  


12 Sept 2018

19 Sept   Bledlow Village hall


Village Voices Autumn Term Dates


8 October Windsor Lodge Princes Risborough Daytime


20 October Chiltern Community Choirs Festival (tickets now mostly spoken for!)

Please add these to your diaries

Future perfomances

Hear the peoples voices! Englands hidden history in song and story

Oxford's Sea Green Singers

Saturday 17 Nov 7.30pm 2018

Abbey Chapel, Checker Walk,

Abingdon OX14 3JB

(disabled access)

The Seagreen Singers performed "Hear the People's Voices - England's Hidden History" in Oxford earlier this year, and now you have a chance to experience this magical mix of song, images and spoken word.


We celebrate the forgotten voices – for example the story of the Diggers, trying to establish their rights to common land, the Levellers who fought for a widening of the franchise, religious tolerance and equality before the law.


We celebrate the struggles of those who were ignored or ridiculed at the time, such as the suffragettes, the trade unions, the conscientious objectors, and campaigners who fought for those in slavery.  


Entry is by donation, but we are asking people to book a seat here: Hear the People's Voices


Peace is a daily, a weekly, a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers, quietly building new structures.

President John F Kennedy


Pete and Kath sang this earlier in the year and the songs are great!