Formed in 1940 as the Portsmouth City Police Choir, it was in demand to lift morale and for fund-raising activities in the battered city. After police reorganisation in 1967 it became the Hampshire Police Male Voice Choir, and now has about 60 members, retired officers and members of the Community.
HPMVC raises thousands of pounds for local and national organisations and promotes the Hampshire Constabulary’s Crime Prevention, Community Safety and Trading Standards messages.
It has performed in prestigious venues at home and abroad.
Our MD Terri Freeman, LRAM, LTCL, FISM, is a professional vocal teacher. Our accompanist is Nigel Smith.