This section of the web-site contains information intended for existing members of the choir and will be updated regularly. The primary method of communication with members will continue to be by email

Practice dates to the end of 2018 (all at St Marks Church):
Every Monday evening at 7.30 as usual. There will be no session on 17th December. A Thursday practice will be held on 13th December (for the Carol Service).
Arrangements for the Carol Service on 15th December
The afternoon practice will be held between 14.00 and 16.00: help with chairs will be needed at 13.30. The service starts at 19.30.
New Term…
The first practice in 2019 will be held on Monday, 7th January. There will be a coffee/tea break.
Concert Dates in 2018:

December 1st:  Mendelssohn: Elijah

December 7th (Friday): Carol Singing at John Lewis (between 6 and 8 pm)

December 15th:  7.30 Christmas Carol Service

Concert Dates in 2019:

30th March: Programme to include Mozart’s Mass in C minor

13th July: Programme to include Puccini’s Messa di Gloria

23rd November

14th December: Annual Carol Service

LCCS Committee. For the 2018-19 year, members of the committee are:

Michael Brooke (Deputy Chairman), Caroline Lynch-Blosse (Secretary), Sonia Liggett (Treasurer), Sue Rayner (Librarian),  Maggie Edmunds (Assistant Treasurer), Lucy-Ann Pickering (Assistant Secretary), Ingrid Jüttner, Ben Heneghan and David Allen. Meetings are also attended by Alex Thacker (Music Director).

The next meeting of the committee will be held at Holly Grove on 30th January 2019.

Dress Code. A reminder of the dress code for concerts:
  • Gentlemen: Black evening suit, white shirt, black bow tie, black socks and shoes.
  • Ladies: Plain black floor-length skirt in plain fabric,  white cotton top of completely plain design and with a SCOOPED neckline, red over blouse (available from Sonia Liggett), black tights and shoes.

Sonia is always very happy to help in any way.


LCCS members singing carols at John Lewis in Cardiff in December 2016, on behalf of Believe, the charity which supports organ donations: