Deaf choir will perform in town centre
POPULAR Ipswich Deaf Choir will be performing in Ipswich town centre today.
POPULAR Ipswich Deaf Choir performed in Ipswich town centre.
The choir gave their unique rendition of a host of songs, including a selection of Christmas carols, by using sign language when they appeared at The Buttermarket Shopping Centre on Saturday.
They were raising money for the Deaf Centre.
The choir wore new sweatshirts, which were printed with their badges for free by Steve Pitcher, owner of Nacton village-based Carousel Promotional Clothing.
Rowena Dale, the choir's office administrator, said: “Steve has saved us a lot of money.
“I told him we were a charity and he immediately said 'let me help'.”
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Mr Pitcher said he was happy to offer his services for free.
“It's a local charity and I am pleased to support them,” he said.