The choir committee is elected by choir members at the Annual General Meeting, normally held in the autumn. (see Constitution)

The current (2017/18) officers and committee members are shown below:

Alan Spencer
tel: 01892 522587

Vice Chair 
Michael Selway

General Secretary
Trevor Hurrell
tel: 07770 823104

Ailsa McMahon
tel: 01892 546403

Publicity Manager

Concert Secretary
Sheila Jones

Membership Secretary
Jane Walters

Diana Blower

Committee Member
Liz Ford
07503 200292

Patrons Secretary
Gerald Chew ‡
tel: 01892 527958

Committee Member
Martin Williams
tel: 01622 815403

Website Manager
Antony Gordon

Minutes Secretary
Yvonne Spencer

Committee Member
David Wright

Committee Member
Peter Rosling
tel 01892 544135

* Trevor Hurrell is also acting as our Making MusicRepresentative.

‡ indicates co-opted member

Note that the Music Director and Accompanist are appointed by the Committee and engaged as professionals on a contract basis.

The post of President (Guy Huntrods) and Vice-Presidents (Derek Watmough MBE and Roy Dunstall) are honorary posts.

New Members
We are always looking for new members, so if you are interested in joining us – however temporarily (e.g. at an open rehearsal), please contact our General Secretary (Trevor Hurrell) or Membership Secretary (Jane Walters).  See also our Membership page and on-line application form for further information.

Mailing List
If you would like to receive further information about the concerts, you can have your name placed on our mailing list by contacting our General Secretary – Trevor Hurrell, of by completing the mailing list form.

Ticket Information
You can can contact our Treasurer – Ailsa MacMahon for information on tickets for upcoming concerts. Alternatively, information is available via the concerts page. Tickets can also be obtained through choir members as they are available for sale at most rehearsals. For purchase of tickets with credit or debit cards please see our our on-line booking page.

Patrons and Friends
The staging of concerts, especially those requiring a large orchestra and professional soloists, is becoming increasingly expensive. The Royal Tunbridge Wells Choral Society is a charity; membership subscriptions and ticket sales rarely cover costs and we are also dependent on additional support. If you are interested in becoming a patron, friend, advertiser or other sponsor, please visit our support pages and contact our Patrons Secretary – Gerald Chew.