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Isle of Man choir in Women's Institute centenary final

Isle of Man Women's Institute Choir Image copyright Isle of Man WI
Image caption The Isle of Man Women's Institute Choir of Peel is hoping to win the chance to perform at the Royal Albert Hall

A choir from the Isle of Man has made it to the finals of a national competition, celebrating 100 years of the Women's Institute.

The group, which comprises 30 female singers, will compete in Birmingham on 14 March for the chance to perform at the Royal Albert Hall.

The choir, one of 50 which originally entered the competition, will perform Singing for Joy by Jonathan Willcocks.

The winners will perform in London at the Women's Institute AGM next June.

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