Kent Police Male Voice Choir - Patron: Jools Holland OBE DL

Sound 'on' and click here to listen to the choir sing 'Take Me Home'

Sound 'on' and click here to listen to the choir sing 'Rhythm of Life'

The choir was formed in 1978 and is a registered charity in England and Wales. It performs around
twelve concerts a year, singing at fund raising charity events around the County of Kent.

During its existence, the choir has appeared in Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium as well as
in the UK. It has appeared on national television in the UK and Canada and has helped numerous
local charities to raise significant amounts of money.

The choir is open to serving and retired police officers, civilian staff, those with links to the service
and also members of the community. It is an ambassador for Kent Police and is supported by them,
although it is self-financing.

The choir rehearses weekly at Kent Police Headquarters, Sutton Road, Maidstone. Members meet
at 7.15 p.m. on Thursday evenings and rehearsals conclude at 9.30 p.m. Please contact us
through these pages for information about joining the choir, you can be assured of a warm welcome.

Meet some of the choir's personalities on our 'Management Team' and 'Meet Our Members' pages and
browse through images old and new, on our 'News and Pictures' page.

copyright: Kent Police Male Voice Choir 2014 - Registered Charity in England & Wales No.1148490