A new non-audition pop choir is finally able to restart when final restrictions are eased.

Some Voices is opening a new choir in Brighton next week when the final Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.

Amateur choirs are finally able to sing together inside from July 19 which means Some Voices Brighton branch can begin rehearsals after a series of lockdown delays.

Rehearsals are free to all as it is a non-audition group and members do not require any previous musical experience.

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Jade Williams, choir leader, competed on hit show The Voice in 2018 and sings professionally:

"I'm so excited to be starting the first ever Some Voices Brighton branch. I love Brighton and I know that the community is going to love the positive vibes of our music."

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Music director Curtis Stansfield said: "Every voice is welcome at Some Voices. Singing together is a great way to make friends and de-stress."

Summer term rehearsals will start on Wednesday July 21 at 19.00 at the Brighthelm Centre and will have social distancing in place.