The Weighton Waytes and Coronavirus

To all Waytes and Friends Dear Waytes, I thank you for so many carefully constructed and thoughtful emails. I have decided to stop all rehearsals from now and cancel the Meditations and Cross to Resurrection concert. I am offering all 3 venues a similar evening later in the year with bible readings and our rehearsed […]

Weighton Waytes in 2020

Following a busy and enjoyable 2019, the Weighton Waytes Choir recommences rehearsals on Wednesday  8th January. The Choirs programme of engagements and events for 2020 will be published on this website shortly.

Musical Christmas for the Waytes in 2019

As for most choirs, Christmas is a busy time – but one that is most enjoyable as we bring joy and seasons greetings to a variety of audiences. The Waytes Christmas programme for 2019 includes wonderful and lively musical festivals of seasonal choral music as well as the more traditional church services of Nine Lessons […]

Find the Weighton Waytes on Facebook

Video recordings of some of the concerts performed during the Choir’s 2019 Holy Island Pilgrimage can be found on Facebook by searching for “WeightonWaytes” which will bring up the various clips which are labelled as WW.BP1; WW.BP2; WW.NRM1 and WW.NRM2. Alternatively, copy the following into your browser:  

The Waytes once again join an annual Christmas Tree Festival

When our Musical Director, Carole Readman, received an urgent appeal asking if the Choir could take part in a prestigious annual Christmas Festival, she was happy to agree. The event was the 2018 annual Christmas Tree Festival at St John’s Church, Burlington, Bridlington and another choir booked for the occasion was unable to take part. […]

Weighton Waytes feature in open air concert in Lincolnshire

The Choir recently made a return trip to the delightful North Lincolnshire village of Saxby All Saints where they performed an open air concert of choral music. The venue was a new amphitheatre at the very attractive and interesting parish church which dates from the early 19th century. Completely un-spoilt, the church was designed by […]