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inChoon and inSync Concert raises over £1,000 for Time4Children

We are thrilled to be able to announce that the recent concert given by the children’s choirs inChoon and inSync have raised an amazing £1,005.24 which is being donated to Time4Children.


inChoon consists of children aged from 6 to 11, while inSync is for ages 12 and upwards. Both choirs gave amazing performances individually, as well as joining together for a number of joint songs. Under the expert tutelage of choir leader Lynne Fever, the choirs kept a sell out audience entertained for the afternoon. Lynne herself took the stage for a beautiful rendition of Rise Up, accompanied by both choirs. Afterwards she said,”I am over the moon that we raised so much, and am so proud of both inChoon and inSync for their incredible performances. Thank you to all the parents, cake makers, raffle prize givers, helpers, audience and of course our wonderful choirs!”


Time4Children provides one-to-one Emotional Listening Support for Children who find it hard to express their thoughts, feelings and worries safely and in positive ways. They do this with a team of dedicated Volunteer Practitioners. If you’d like to know more about this excellent local charity, CLICK HERE


Meanwhile inChoon and inSync meet on Monday evenings (at 5pm and 6 pm respectively) in school term time at The King Edward Hall in Lindfield. If you’d like to know more about either of the choirs CLICK HERE for details. Alternatively you can call Sue on 01342 713068, or email her For both groups the emphasis of the weekly sessions is on having fun and gaining in confidence while learning. The fun and the confidence certainly shone through for all to see at the concert.


But to end with the concert itself, we were treated to an amazing selection of songs from the 80s to the present day. The audience enjoyed the enthusiasm, commitment and sheer professionalism of the children in both choirs. They made us smile, and they made us laugh out loud; they even made us cry a little bit. But by the end, as you can see from the photograph, the whole audience was on its feet dancing and cheering for more.