Sandra Godley is celebrating after the successful launch of her choir project, ‘Gosp-Ability’, which aims to give people who have faced mental anxiety or physical disabilities a chance to perform ahead of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding on May 19.
Inspired by Prince Harry’s work with Invictus Games – the sports foundation he founded in 2013 to support wounded, injured and sick Service men and women – Sandra, supported by Coventry City of Culture 2021 and in partnership with mental health charities, launched ‘Gosp-Ability’ in December 2017 live on BBC Coventry and Warwickshire.
About the launch Sandra said,
Final auditions for the choir are to take place at the end of March at Coventry Cathedral and Sandra is hoping to enlist between 15 and 20 singers from across the UK.
Once the choir members are chosen, the ‘Gosp-Ability’ choir will perform on BBC1’s ‘The One Show’ ahead of the Royal wedding at Windsor Guildhall. BBC Songs of Praise will also feature the choir.
Supporter of ‘Gosp-Ability’, Chaplain to the Queen – Rose Hudson-Wilkin said,
For more info about Sandra’s ‘Gosp-Ability’ visit sing4sandra.com
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