Winchester City Mill - National Trust, Bridge Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9BH
Enjoy classical and contemporary music at Winchester City Mill in the heart of the historic city of Winchester, the capital of King Alfred’s Wessex, since at least Saxon times.
Winchester Community Choir was formed in 2005, and led by musical director Carolyn Robson, the Choir has around 100 members and is open to all: there are no auditions and all songs are learned by ear. We specialise in singing traditional songs, many of which were collected in Hampshire, in unaccompanied harmony in three or four parts. The Choir performs regular concerts in Winchester and the surrounding area and raises money for local charities. Last year the Choir released a CD of highlights from our repertoire, on sale on our website.
Performances taking place at 11:30am and 2:30pm on Sunday 22nd September.
With a history of over 1000 years, Winchester City Mill is probably the oldest working watermill in the UK and will be a beautiful backdrop for the Winchester Choir. Join us for what will be two very special performances. There will also be hands on activities for children in the mill itself.
No Booking Required
There are steps into the Mill, down to the Millrace and into the garden.
Each performance around 30 minutes