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Discover the story behind the National Health Singers. Find out about our team, including our Choral Director Mark De-Lisser, from TVs The Voice & The Naked Choir.
MEET THE TEAM
Meet the team behind the National Health Singers. Find our about our committee members and discover information on regional choir leads.
Read the latest news and updates from the National Health Singers and the NHS. Have a look through our photos of the project so far!
If you would like to contact us for bookings, further information on regional branches of the choir, or anything else, please get in touch here, we’d love to hear from you!
Welcome to the official website of the National Health Singers. We are a collective of NHS staff, singers, musicians and public supporters of the National Health Service, from all regions of the UK. We are one united national choir, but we have multiple regional choirs who meet regularly.
We started our choir to unite the British public with their NHS workers. We aim to empower EVERYONE to fight for their NHS. We’re singing for it’s survival and we need your help.
We aim to raise awareness of the current threats to the NHS, whilst at the same time boosting morale, increasing positivity and ultimately protecting our National Health Service!
RAISE AWARENESS OF ISSUES
BOOST MORALE + POSITIVITY
UNITE THE NHS + the PUBLIC
THE NHS TEAM
Julia Grace Patterson
Help support NHS Yours
Striking is not something we want to be doing, nor something we enjoy. It is a last resort to fight the imposition of the unsafe and unfair contract the government are forcing on Junior Doctors. The strikes of the past two days have been more serious as a full walk has occurred. Prior to striking, we were[…]
The National Health Singers were honoured to be invited to sing at the ‘Get Vocal for the NHS’ concert in Greenwich last Thursday evening (21st April 2016). Here are a few videos of our performance. Many thanks to Greenwich Keep Our NHS Public for organising a fantastic evening and inviting us along.
We kicked off the anti-austerity march in front of an estimated 150,000-500,000 people on Gower Street, then went to support the brilliant Janna Bowen and Ruth-Anna McQueen at the sit in protest #timetotalkjeremy at the Department Of Health!
Industrial Action 6th and 7th April 2015- London Fire Trucks and Flashmobs Wednesday We set out on a mission to sing and talk to as many people as possible around London. The choir met early at Baker Street to make new posters to and get enough coffee to see us through a cold and wet day.[…]
The East Midlands branch of the National Health Singers were proud to support the East Midlands Blue Light Vigil event on Wednesday 6th April in Nottingham’s Market place. They opened the rally with Thuma mina and then sand our anthem Yours along with the very well received Lean on Me halfway through the speeches. Despite[…]
The London choir were out in force for the last industrial action on the 9th and 10th of March, with the aim of supporting our colleagues on the picket and engaging with the public. We wanted the public to hear us!!! What exactly is this junior contract is about and why do we feel so[…]
The National Health Singers sang at support Junior Doctor rallies in London and Nottingham this week. Both events were very well attended with great speakers and amazing passion to support us in the fight against the unsafe and unfair contracts the government are imposing on Junior Doctors in England.
It saddens us greatly that Jeremy Hunt has ignored the 54000 junior doctors and their majority public supporters and has announced that he is going to go ahead and impose his unsafe and unfair contract from August. This is not the end, we will continue to fight for the safety of our patients and the[…]
Our new video has been released to coincide with Wednsday’s industrial action by Junior Doctors. In it we have not only doctors, nurses and other allied health professionals, but also many who have received care from the NHS and those who simply just love it!
As with heavy hearts Junior Doctors went on strike again, the National Health Singer’s London choir tried to raise spirits serenading picket lines around the capital. The were transported from place to place by the wonderful black cab taxi drivers who were also striking on Wednesday. Here is some footage of them singing in The[…]