The Women and Children’s Unit at Forth Valley Royal Hospital is bursting into song. More than 20 members of staff are now giving voice to their musical talents with the formation of a choir. The varied repertoire has included three, four and five part harmonies, performances in African and Latin, and of course – in keeping with their raison d’etre – a lullaby.
The choir was formed by Sister Midwife Ann Clubb and inspired by a parody of the Twelve Days of Christmas which staffed deemed great fun.
Choir member Gillian Morton, General Manager Women and Children’s Services, said: “I have a loud voice but I love singing. This is about bringing people together and having fun. And come Christmas, we hope to be able to sing to our patients.”