THE South Yorkshire Police male voice choir will be putting on a performance this weekend.
The choir will be performing a concert at St Laurence Church in Adwick-Le-Street on Saturday from 7pm.
The performance has been organised in order to raise fund for the church, so that a toilet can be installed within the building.
The choir is made up of 30 singers who are retired police officers, civilian support staff, relatives and friends.
The group were established in 1925, and are widelt recognised as one of the oldest police male voice choirs in the country, performing regularly to help out good causes.
Admission is £5 which includes refreshments.
Tickets can be bought on the door or in advance from the church.