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GARY HILL - Musical Director



Gary started singing when he was very young, initially in Sunday school and then later in the Singing Company of the local Salvation Army which is where he first got a real taste for music generally. Several years later he joined a local Amateur Operatic Society where he acquired a thirst for the theatricals and met Mary who later became his wife. Finally he was persuaded to join the Haydock Male Voice Choir and his Choral experience had well and truly started.



For seven years he had a great time singing in the Second Tenors and he can still remember some of the parts which were learned so long ago. Then the theatricals took over and he stepped up front to take up the baton. He conducted for 14 memorable years, finally relinquishing the post to spend more time with his family.



With his sons, James, Alastair and David now growing up, Gary has more time and now looks forward to the challenge of taking up the baton again.









Stan Martin – President



Stan has been a chorister for most of his life and has been member of The Highfield for over 40 years. Singing in the Bass section, Stan has participated in most of the choir’s performances with a variety of conductors over the years.  



He has also held the position of both Treasurer and Chairman for a combined period of 20 years. 



In 2006 he was asked to become The Highfield’s fourth President. On his appointment he declared. Considering those who have previously held this office, I am conscious of the honour which has been given to me but I will endeavour to maintain the tradition and continue to serve the choir to the best of my ability. My aim is to see that the proud name of Highfield continues into the future with the best of male voice music being sung for the benefit of the good folk of Runcorn and all the surrounding area.


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