Stourbridge choir wore the wrong trousers for charity

Choir members wearing the wrong trousers from l-r Richard Conway, Margaret Horn, Paula Sutton, Helen Needham, Nicola Mallaband, Louise Pierce, Tim Mallaband.

Choir members wearing the wrong trousers from l-r Richard Conway, Margaret Horn, Paula Sutton, Helen Needham, Nicola Mallaband, Louise Pierce, Tim Mallaband.

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A STOURBRIDGE choir received some funny looks when they arrived at practice wearing wearing wacky trousers.

Members of Got 2 Sing choir took part in Wrong Trouser Day, organised by the Wallace and Gromit Children's Foundation to raise funds to support children in hospitals and hospices.

The choir helped to raise £246 by donating cash to swap their usual bottom half attire for something more eye-catching on June 27.

Beth Dunn, founder and director of the choir, said: "It certainly was a sight to behold and residents local to Gigmill Primary School, where the choir practices, may be forgiven for wondering what on earth was going on seeing all these people arrive in amazing costumes."

She added: "We had football kits, tutus, hot pants, chef’s trousers, belly dancing outfits - everyone has been an extremely good sport."

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