This page was first published in March 2004
Mick sings in the first tenor section of the choir. He is a founder member and has been a staunch and regularly attending member since its formation. He is usually the one to be seen in the front row signalling the choir to sit etc as appropriate, and he can always be relied on to help out in any way he can.
Following his police service Mick retired in 2002 and now works as a care worker at a special school in Westerham, Kent, working with special needs students aged from 4 to 19 years. He is able to use his musical skills with these students holding campfire sing-songs and helping with Christmas entertainments.
For many years he has been a group scout leader and although his new job has brought an enforced reduction in his available time he still does this whenever he can. His other activities include hill-walking and working on the allotment he shares with his wife. They produce a wide variety of fruit and vegetables for his family. Mick has two adult daughters, one of whom still lives at home and the other, recently married, lives just around the corner.
The choir is always in need of tenors and stalwarts like Mick are vital to our continuing success. Thank you Mick for all your efforts.