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Keith joined in the early days after a conversation with a former member. He originally sang with the baritones, but moved over to the bass section some time ago.
He has always been an active sportsman, playing football, golf, cricket and bowls for his police divisional teams as well as playing football and cricket for his local village side at Lamberhurst. He moved to Tenterden in 2001 where he is also a member of Tenterden Golf Club.
Keith has been a frequent visitor to Spain where he has made many friends. He put his acting talents to good use there, when he played the part of a drunk butler in Freddie Frinton's classic "Dinner for One". He has since repeated this performance in England, to help raise money for local charities with the Tenterden Lions Club. He has performed on stage with his brother Norman, in charity shows in Whitstable and Herne Bay. He is also a member of a murder/mystery acting group in Ashford, again raising money for charity.
Well done Keith, your next target is a BAFTA award.