A WEYMOUTH women's choir is on the lookout for new singers after losing some members during the pandemic.

Wacapella, Weymouth’s a cappella women’s choir, meets for one-and-a-half hours on Friday mornings at The Warehouse Theatre in Hope Street, near Weymouth Harbour.

A capella is music by a singer, or a singing group, without instruments.

The Dorset group lost a few members over lockdown and is aiming to build up its numbers once again.

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Organisers said: "If you love to sing, why not celebrate being out and about again by joining a choir?"

They said who can hold a tune, and either read music or is willing to record what's sung in rehearsals to practice at home, will be ‘warmly welcomed by this friendly group’.

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For further information contact choir leader Juliet Harwood on julietharwood@hotmail.com or 01305 814940 or alternatively visit the group’s website.