The renowned Dalesmen Singers will perform a rousing fund-raising concert later this month in aid of charity.
The male voice choir, based in Danby, will sing in Whitby Pavilion’s undercroft on Friday 24 May.
They will be joined by The White Rose Singers, a ladies choir based in Marske.
The choir hosts concerts there as well as in North Yorkshire and Teesside, raising money for good causes.
The concert will be in support of The Farming Community Network which provides provide confidential, non-judgemental support to all those in need of help in the farming community, whether the issue is related to the farm business or the farm household.
The Dalesmen Singers Male Voice Choir has made music for more than 40 years from their base at Danby Methodist Chapel in the North York Moors.
Last month, the Dalesmen performed their first concert of 2013 at Chopgate Village Hall to raise funds for St John’s Church, Bilsdale and St Hilda’s Church near Chop Gate.
Both choirs will sing a wide range of music and will combine for part of their concert at the Pavilion.
Tickets for the concert which starts at 7.30pm are priced at £8.
On Friday 10 May, also at 7.30pm, the Dalesmen will join forces with the Cleveland Police Community Band for a fund-raising concert in St Mary’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, Coulby Newham.