Canadian choir cohesion

Earlier this year, 19 members of the Middle Wallop Military Wives Choir boarded a plane to Toronto to take part in the 24th annual Canadian International Military Tattoo. Choir member Sophie Huthwaite told Army...

Voices of the future

Nicky Clarke received a richly-deserved MBE in 2014 for her pivotal role in the success of the Military Wives Choir. She spoke to Army&You about how it all began and her vision for the future... What...

Young inspiration

MILITARY, wives and choir. Three simple words, but when you put them together they create something incredible, writes Chloe Livingstone. I was 15 when I started my journey with the Chivenor Military Wives Cho...

Creating choirs

For Army spouse Michelle Alston, one of the saddest things about moving from Yorkshire was leaving her local Military Wives Choir. Faced with a half hour drive to the nearest choir, she decided to start one on ...

Musical chairs

Caroline Rawlins, Vice-chair of Trustees for the Military Wives Choirs Foundation, shares her experience of moving house – and choirs… NO SOONER had I settled in to life at Shrivenham that it was time to pla...