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Friends and Benefactors

Harrogate Choral Society greatly values the support of its Friends and Benefactors. If you would like to support the work of the choir, why not consider becoming a Friend or Benefactor. In return, your name will appear in every concert programme and you will receive up-to-date information about forthcoming concerts and other Society events. You will also be entitled to priority booking for concerts plus other benefits.

We hope our Friends and Benefactors will feel as much a part of the Society as our singing members and we are grateful not only for their financial support but also for their help with selling programmes, helping with refreshments when needed and generally joining in.


This option provides an opportunity for friends, relatives of choir members or past members to keep in touch with the choir. For an annual subscription of £20, Friends will receive:


This option will appeal to individuals wishing to be closely involved with the choir. For the 2011-2012 Season, the package, for a subscription of £92 (individual) / £166 (couple), includes:

If you would like more information, or would like to become a Friend or Benefactor of the Society, please contact the Benefactors' and Friends' Secretary, Kate Rogata, Tel: 01423 817273.

Leaving a Gift to Harrogate Choral Society in your Will

How much do you value your association with Harrogate Choral Society?

Whether as a singer, a supporter or a member of the audience you will already know the enjoyment you have experienced, perhaps over many years, from our concerts and events.

Did you know that you could help to enhance the activities of the choir by leaving a gift to the Society in your will? Such a bequest, however small, would be a wonderful way to pass on your love of choral music to future generations.

If you would like to support Harrogate Choral Society in this way, you will require the Society's Registered Charity Number which is 508884. For further information, please contact the Society's Treasurer, Ian Gardner, using our contact us form.