Members of West Bridgford’s Tuneless Choir sang to raise money for charity Mind at the Arts and Craft Fair on Saturday 2nd June.
The choir raised exactly £95 and 10 euro cents, taking the total raised this year by Tuneless Choirs to over £1,000.
Collection permit holder, Nadine Cooper, said “We hope we didn’t offend anyone’s musical sensibilities too much with our ‘singing like no-one is listening’.
“Fortunately, people seem to see the fun we’re having murdering great tunes and join in and laugh with us.
“Thanks once again to the generous folk who put their hands in their pockets.
“Every penny raised goes to a great cause, which provides a helpline and online forum to support those with mental health issues, and campaigns for better awareness and provision.
“Their aim is to make sure nobody has to face a mental health problem alone.”
Information on Mind can be found on and on Tuneless Choir on