Singers from the East Midlands are set to gather in Nottingham to celebrate World Water Day with a special choir festival along the canals. The event, happening on Friday 22 March at Binks Yard, aims to raise funds for important water-based charities including the Canal & River Trust, RNLI West Bridgford, and WaterAid.

The public is invited to come and enjoy performances by various choirs and community singing groups, all showcasing water-themed songs. In addition to the music, there will be charity stalls where attendees can learn more about the organizations, donate, explore volunteer opportunities, or purchase merchandise. Aquabox from Wirksworth will also be on site for a water purification demonstration on behalf of WaterAid.

Barbara Hillier, organizer of the event and a volunteer for the Canal & River Trust, emphasized the mental health benefits of water and music. She encouraged everyone to join in the festivities by the canalside and show support for the important work of these charities.

The World Water Day Choirs Festival will kick off at 1.30pm at Binks Yard in Nottingham, with the last performance scheduled for 6pm. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy live music while contributing to the crucial efforts of the Canal & River Trust, RNLI, and WaterAid.

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