Concerts & Events for 2017

Events and concerts will appear here once they are confirmedimage



We have regular concerts planned for our 50th anniversary year so watch this space!

All the concerts in our anniversary year will be in aid of charities.

Click the pale blue links to read about each charity.



Saturday March 25th: Concert with Tamar Valley MVC, Carnon Downs Methodist Church 7.30. In aid of  Cornwall Down’s Syndrome Support Group  This was a wonderful evening an d we raised £1000 for the charity!




Saturday May 20th: Concert with Holman Climax MVC. Falmouth Methodist Church 7.30 in aid of  Marie Curie                                                                       Special guest Becky McGlade ‘cello



Saturday July 1st: We travel to Lostwithiel for a concert in aid of Cornwall Hospice Care alongside Lostwithiel Town Band


Saturday July 22nd: Concert with The Trengilly Singers. Truro School  Chapel 7.30. In aid of Penhaligon’s Friends.     


Special guests The Beatroots  a cappella group from Oxford



Saturday September 30th: Concert as guests of St Stythians Male Choir celebrating their 70th year. Stithians Methodist Chapel 7.30



Saturday October 21st: Concert with St Stythians Band and Marazion Apollo Male Voice Choir. All Saints Church, Falmouth at 7.30. In aid of  The Cove Macmillan Support Centre



Saturday December 9th: Concert at Budock Church 7.30 with special guests the Saxy Maids


Plus our usual December concerts at Penmennor Chapel and the Stithians Centre: dates and times to be confirmed.

5 thoughts on “Concerts & Events for 2017

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  2. Just seeing this site has made my day.

    We just received word of the passing of my dear friend (and distant relative) Ron Pascoe. His wife, Pat, inspired me to check in. It won’t sound right to most Stithians natives but the Pringles
    somehow wandered down to Cornwall ~1600 and stayed 300 years. My Great Grandfather Henry Pringle married Jane Pascoe in the Stithians Church in the 1870s and gave birth to my blessed Grandpa, Benjamin Pascoe Pringle in ~1880. He came to America in 1907. I have been to Stithians many many wonderful times and felt at home immediately. Love to Peggy Pascoe (just saw your beautiful picture) and my most sincere condolences to Pat Pascoe, the boys, their family and all things Pascoe.

    Lew Pringle

    PS As a 75 year old American, I still make superb pasties but Ron told me my saffron cake was quite awful. And he was, as in all matters, quite right.

    • Thank you so much for visiting our site Lew and for leaving your most interesting comment. I will take this and read it to the Ladies when we rehearse on Thursday. Well done on the pasty making ( we are singing a song about them at our concert this Friday! )

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