A fantastic, fun day in Conwy, singing with Bangor Community Choir. 50 plus singers busking for WaterAid. It was chilly but the singing invigorated us!! Thanks to all the singers and to everyone that supported us! The light show in the Church afterwards was quite spectacular too!
Well it’s been a fantastic summer of singing, with Bodnant Gardens, a wedding and Powis Castle before we broke up. Then a huge thanks to Sarah for hosting a choir BBQ and sing, not to mention a singing picnic and walk on Anglesey. Loads of choir fun all round, in beautiful places with lovely people!!
A splendid afternoon’s singing at Bodelwyddan Castle, super and receptive audience. Thanks to Castle staff for looking after us very well too. Tea and mince pies went down a treat. Excited to hear how much money we made for WaterAid!
A superb evening supporting aMaSing, Gwynedd and Môn’s MS Choir. Also there were Bangor Community Choir, Gwaenysgor Choir, Shades of Harmony, the Shoreline Skiffle Band and Threnody. A fantastic heart-warming evening and an interval full of cake!!
Well what an absolutely super day visiting just four of the many small churches on Anglesey.The day started at St Maelog’s at Llanfaelog, beautifully and thoughtfully restored using local architect and crafts’ people. Here we learnt a couple of new songs to sing as we journeyed. So exciting to visit St Cwyfan’s nr Aberffraw, getting the tides right is vital so the causeway is dry! It’s usually locked, so delightful to see it open and to sing inside! After a delicious lunch at the Crown in Aberffraw we headed on to St Ceinwen’s in Dwyran, another treat, before our final church of the day, St Tysilio’s at Menai Bridge. Just perfect!! Thanks to everyone who came along and special thanks to Annie, Vicky and Jeremy for their help with organising and planning the trip. Can’t wait for the next one!!
It was a really fun weekend, huge thank you to the B Nats for a fabulous concert at the Caban in Bryn Refail, followed by a workshop the following day: Beatles and Bowie, amazing arrangements. A return visit was demanded so we hope to host them again in 2018!
It was a breathtakingly hot and beautiful day. Thanks to the 60+ singers from Coastal Voices, Bangor Community Choir and Conwy Valley Voices who braved the heat and record visitor numbers! Not only did the scents of all the flowers hang in the air, but the songs too wafted across the gardens. It was lovely to see people’s faces as they came across us singing on the terraces. The Laburnum Arch was out in all its glory too.
Thanks to everyone who came along to visit four of the delightful small churches in the Conwy Valley. It was a super day, with some very special singing moments both inside and outside the churches! We visited Caehun, Llanrhychwyn, Llanbedr y Cennin and Llangelynin. It was magical! Definitely something that will happen again next year.