Rame Peninsula MVC wins Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

 Gareth Churcher and the Directors of the Cornwall International Male Choir Festival would like to congratulate Rame Peninsula Male Voice Choir and its offshoot Halfway Harmony who have been awarded the QUEEN'S AWARD FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE.   Rame Peninsular MVC perfectly represents the spirit of the whole community of Cornish Male Voice Choirs in their charitable work, and we're proud to be associated with them.  “This is the UK's highest accolade for voluntary groups and we are the first men’s choir in Britain to receive this award.  We are humbled by the remarkable generosity of the people of SE Cornwall and beyond who have helped us raise more than £250,000 for charity since we were founded in 1976.”

Gareth Churcher and the Directors of the Cornwall International Male Choir Festival would like to congratulate Rame Peninsula Male Voice Choir and its offshoot Halfway Harmony who have been awarded the QUEEN'S AWARD FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE. 

Rame Peninsular MVC perfectly represents the spirit of the whole community of Cornish Male Voice Choirs in their charitable work, and we're proud to be associated with them.

“This is the UK's highest accolade for voluntary groups and we are the first men’s choir in Britain to receive this award.

We are humbled by the remarkable generosity of the people of SE Cornwall and beyond who have helped us raise more than £250,000 for charity since we were founded in 1976.”

Director CIMCF