Creative Impact award for Rock ‘n’ Pop Chorus
Cambuslang and Rutherglen Rock ‘n’ Pop Chorus have been presented with a Creative Impact Award from Scotland’s Learning Partnership.
The award was presented by Jean Urquhart MSP to five members of the 50-strong chorus at the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh last week.
It was handed over at the cross-party group on Adult Learning Impact Awards 2015.
Chorus Chairperson, Suzanne Fowley said: “The chorus was set up in September 2011 with support from South Lanarkshire Council’s Community Learning and Home School Partnership and has grown in talent as well as numbers since its inception.
“This award means a lot to our members who work very hard and give up a lot of their free time to entertain in the community”.
The chorus are currently rehearsing for the their next performance at Rutherglen Landemer Day, followed by their summer show, And The Music Goes On, at the Town Hall on Sunday June 21. Tickets priced £7 are selling fast and are available from the Town Hall box office.
Well done Cambuslang and Rutherglen Rock ‘n’ Pop Chorus were presented with a Creative Impact Award in the Scottish Parliament last week