A CHOIR which is dedicating its 30th anniversary year to fundraising for a baby bank charity is to perform in Keighley.

Chordiality is giving a concert in Cliffe Castle Museum's Bracewell Smith Hall on Sunday, September 24, at 2.30pm.

Admission to the hour-long show is free, but a retiring collection will be taken in aid of Bradford Baby Bank.

Joining Chordiality on the day will be wind and saxophone quartet, Notability.

The programme will include a selection of well-known choral classics and contemporary showstoppers.

A spokesperson said: "Since Chordiality, a mixed choir of 40 singers, made its debut in 1993 it has gone from strength to strength to become one of the premier singing groups in the region."

The choir's anniversary celebrations have included a gala concert at Bradford Cathedral, when the singers performed with the National Festival Orchestra Strings.

A collection at the event raised £500 for Bradford Baby Bank, which supports young families across the district by supplying items such as baby clothes, cots, mattresses, fire guards and soft toys and essentials including nappies, toiletries and baby milk.

The spokesperson added: "The charity supports vulnerable families across Keighley and Bradford by helping the frontline services that witness the ever-present difficulties faced by new parents. The baby bank is approached to help young families on a daily basis."

For further information about the choir and its concerts, visit chordiality.com.

More about Bradford Baby Bank can be found at bradfordbabybank.com.