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The Choir with its new president Richard Madeley The Choir singing near the Fishquay in Looe Singing on The Mumbles lifeboat near Swansea Polperro Wreckers The Wreckers assessing a St Just Lady Polperro Fishermens Choir on the fish quay at Polperro Polperro Fishermen's Choir afloat in Looe Harbour

Polperro Wreckers

In August 2009 five members of the Polperro Fishermen’s Choir met to form an “afterglow" singing group with the idea of enjoying a ‘sing along’ after the choir’s Wednesday evening practice sessions or after the choir had performed one of its many concerts. Fifteen members of the choir attended the first “afterglow” practice session and the group quickly adopted the name "Polperro Wreckers" with the first ‘Gig’ being held just prior to Christmas 2009.

The practice sessions have themselves become performances enjoyed by both visitors and locals alike singing along to a mixture of Cornish, Shanty, Folk, and Sixties numbers. The Wreckers are all about letting their hair down and having fun. They have now performed at various venues in Cornwall and Devon with charities such as the RNLI, Shelter Box, British Heart Foundation, Children's Hospice SW, Cornwall Air Ambulance and local charities including the Fishermen’s choir benefiting as a result.

At about 9.30pm on most Wednesday evenings throughout the year, the Wreckers can be found enjoying themselves in the lovely Old Mill House Inn in Polperro.

Polperro Wreckers News and Events



24 Jan 2018


Fancy a great night out with free entertainment? Come and enjoy the Wreckers singing in the lovely Old Millhouse Inn at about 9.30 on Wednesdays. We'll be there, pint in hand and singing heartily, even if we are only singing to you! It's a great pub, lots of atmosphere and a lot of fun so we hope to see you there.

Where to find us in January

Where to find us in January

1 Jan 2018

The 2018 programme for the choir has not yet been finalised but the Wreckers will be singing in the Polperro's lovely Old Millhouse Inn every Wednesday at about 9.30pm. Check the link for dates.

Click here to see where we are in January