Frodsham groups recognised for their community spirit

THREE Frodsham groups have been recognised for their community spirit.
They are the One Voice Community Choir, the Frodsham Wombles (Frombles) litter picking group and Pauline Lowrie who, with friends, has been organising help for refugees.
The trio were chosen by a county magazine group from 25 community projects in the town.

Ann Johnson, founder of the One Voice Community Choir, said: “All three were very worthy
winners and it is hoped this exposure will give them more recognition to develop further.”
Mother and daughter Catherine and Ckara Muggivan started the Fromblers, who have been doing great work picking up litter.
Pauline Lowrie, a Frodsham town councillor, started her project supporting refugees after being shocked to learn of the hostile reception some were receiving.
Ann Johnson said: “One Voice is a relatively new choir but is quickly growing in strength. It is an all-inclusive, no audition choir, with a big focus on health and well-being.
Testimonials such as “I have never felt so welcomed” and “what a fun group to be part of, it’s just what I was looking for”, support the ethos of what they want to achieve.
Anyone who would like to know more about joining the choir should visit the website
Ann founded the choir with Phillippa Mulholland in October 2019 and 27 people attended the first meeting. They gave their first concert 10 weeks later and more than 60 people attended.
They continued performing via Zoom during Lockdown and are now getting back to normal.

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