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Hitting the right notes for 50 years

PRESENTATION: Edward Green of Dove Holes (left) is presented with a commemorative engraved glass gift in recognition of over fifty years membership of Chapel Male Voice Choir by choir President Mr Bob Mulholland (right). Photo contributed.

PRESENTATION: Edward Green of Dove Holes (left) is presented with a commemorative engraved glass gift in recognition of over fifty years membership of Chapel Male Voice Choir by choir President Mr Bob Mulholland (right). Photo contributed.

A DOVE Holes man has been presented with a special gift after hitting the right notes for more than fifty years.

Edward Green, of Hallsteads, was presented with a commemorative engraved glass gift in recognition of 50 years membership of Chapel-en-le-Frith Male Voice Choir.

Mr Green, a baritone, has served under the baton of eight conductors during his time with the choir.

He is well known in the area for his work as compere at the choir’s concerts, and in particular his vast range of jokes and stories, told in his own inimitable style.

He started in the choir in the Second Tenor section in 1958, but was quickly told he was more suited to the Baritones, and he has remained there ever since.

 

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