Where to find us scroll down (All venues below)
VoxChoir weekday evening singing sessions: All at 7:30pm – 9pm
Inspiration Singing Group (ISG) Vox Community Sessions: Monday Mornings: 11am – 12:30pm
VoxChoir Stepping Stones afternoon Sessions Bracknell: 2pm -3:30pm
Mondays Yateley: Monteagle Community Hall, Tresham Court Yateley GU46 6FR – Free Parking in car park outside hall.
Tuesdays Woking: Brookwood Small Memorial Hall Adjacent, 150 Connaught Rd, Brookwood, Woking GU24 0AL – Free Parking in car park outside hall.
Thursdays Fleet: Elvetham Heath Community Centre, The Key, Fleet GU51 1HA – Free Parking in car park outside hall.
Inspiration Singing Group (ISG) Mondays 11am – 12:30pm: WI Hall, The Street, Crookham Village GU51 5SJ *You will need to email for a referral form to register for this FREE course, aimed to support those in the local community living with low mood, depression, anxiety and other related health issues.
VoxCommunity in Partnership with Stepping Stones Recovery College Bracknell: The Court House, Broadway, Bracknell RG12 1AE – Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons 2pm – 3:30pm
We run two FREE to attend sessions per week with students attending the recovery college. You will need to register with them directly to benefit from singing sessions and be local to the Bracknell area. https://www.steppingstonesrecovery.co.uk/team-1/victoria-beebee
All of the venues we use to run our sessions in provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for all individuals and abilities. Each venue recognises the diverse range of disabilities, whether they are physical, sensory, cognitive, or invisible. There are accessible bathroom facilities available on each site.
This is Laura our very own disability advocate and she says:
“Hi I’m Laura and I am a disabled woman. I wanted to come to VoxChoir to boost my serotonin and to help keep depression away. I get so much out of singing with an amazing group of people; I feel so good and so happy when I have been to a session. The sessions are all completely accessible and I am welcomed as a wheelchair user. I would 100% recommend VoxChoir!”