THE Rosyth Military Wives are inviting new members to join them this year at their open night.

Later this month, on Wednesday, January 25, the group will be offering coffee, tea, cake and a singalong to recognisable songs to any women in or around the Rosyth area with a connection to the military.

Those looking to get involved must be a wife or cohabiting partner of serving military personnel, serving or retired military personnel, another family member of serving military personnel, or a wife or family member of former serving personnel.

No experience is needed and you don't need to be able to read music to join either, simply head along to MoD Caledonia in Rosyth from 7.30-9pm and seize the opportunity to make lifelong friends in a fun and friendly environment.

Sarah Curds, social media volunteer for the choir, told the Press: "Rosyth Military Wives Choir isn't just about singing, it's a vital support group for women connected to the military. We sing, share and support each other every week.

"We hope to get the word out so we can help more women in our community and give back some of the support we receive for our lovely choir."

For more information on the open night and the Rosyth Military Wives Choir, email them at