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Voices for Mind Event with The Chorus of Others

Event update…

We had a fabulous day at the Wheatsheaf raising awareness, money… and the roof!

Thank you to everyone who gave us a donation and to the wonderful choir The Chorus Of Others… they truly filled the Wheatsheaf with their fantastic voices and made our event very special!


Our tombola was very popular and lots of people went away with great prizes!


We were asking people to sign up to RED January by pledging to get active their own way, every day throughout January… With January less than a month away there’s still time to take part and become part of our RED community. For more information and to sign up please click here 



The Chorus of Others have done fantastic performances across our Mind In Greater Manchester Network and are passionate about supporting mental health. Their main focus is about having fun, and we had lots!

We were so happy and grateful for the amount we raised at this event, every penny makes a difference for Rochdale and District Mind. 

Come along to our FREE event at The Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre
Saturday 30th November 2019 10am-3pm

Rochdale and District Mind and Chorus of Others have joined together to fill the Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre with music and fun!  

Join us and enjoy:

  • Singing by The Chorus of Others
  • Fun Activities
  • Fundraising
  • Treats
  • Red January Activities
  • Information stalls

About The Chorus of Others…

The Chorus of Other are a diverse group of men, mainly from the Greater Manchester area, who get together to rehearse and perform in a range of venues and events, and to support each other and to raise awareness of men’s issues including mental and physical wellbeing. Their main focus is about having fun! Their members are from all age groups, cultures, sexualities and socio-economic backgrounds. Everyone is treated with respect. Everyone’s voice is heard. Everyone is equal.


We look forward to seeing you at The Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre, Baillie St, Rochdale OL16 1JZ

For more information call Paula at Rochdale and District Mind on 01706 752 338 or email [email protected]

Posted on: 18th November 2019

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