One Town One Voice programme seeking towns to establish new multicultural singing groups

Members of the Fermoy International Choir, l-r: Ted O’Leary, Roman Biletskyy (Ukraine) and Jelvon Doran (UK/Antigua) - it is hoped that ‘One Town One Voice’ will now establish in towns countrywide.

A ‘Solidarity-through-song’ initiative established in Cork is now looking to attract towns across Ireland to its unique model.

‘One Town, One Voice’ aims to establish secular community singing groups made up of Irish people and those who have moved to towns from other countries in recent years.

The aim is to use communal singing to bring people together regardless of nationality, enable and enhance greater community integration and build closer communities.

Founded by Graham Clifford, who also established the Sanctuary Runner movement, ‘One Town One Voice’ is modelled on the success of a group in Fermoy.

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