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If you’re a friendly journalist or broadcaster we’d love to hear from you. We’ve got plenty of members willing to share their stories and some lovely photos up our sleeves. Just call Rachel on 0207 202 6648 or 07528 099172 or email  rachel@choirwithnoname.org

To view some of the lovely things people have said about us so far, have a browse through the articles here.

The Independent: The Choir with No Name gives hope to the homeless

20 Feb, 2017

Fantastic article from The Independent about the Choir with No Name, what we do and why we do it - featuring our amazing choir members Mina and Stef.

 

BBC News: Birmingham choir for homeless people who love to sing

4 Feb, 2017

Lovely video feature on our Birmingham choir from BBC News Birmingham

Huffington Post: Changing lives one song at a time - How singing helps The Choir with No Name's Homeless Choirs

20 Jan, 2017

Our very own Fundraising & Comms Manager, Rachel, wrote a blog for Huffington Post about how amazing singing is, and how it helps our choir members get their lives back on track...

ITV News: Homeless choir performs as Brighton's rough sleeper numbers almost double

22 Dec, 2016

ITV Meridian News visited our Brighton Christmas gig rehearsal and spoke to Choir member and CWNN ambassador Arthur Richford about his experience of homelessness in the city and how the choir has helped him, as well as our London choir manager Emma Broomfield.  Click on the link to watch the video.

 

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