Llwynegrin Singers visit Council’s Chairman

ChoirThe Mold-based choir, the Llwynegrin Singers, recently visited the Chairman of the Council, Councillor Carolyn Thomas, who is the choir’s President this year.

The Choir was formed in the architect’s department of the then Flintshire County Council in 1967 and took their name from Llwynegrin Hall, where most of the Choir worked at the time and where rehearsals were held for many years. Llwynegrin is situated within the County Hall Complex at Mold and is now a Register Office.

Every Christmas, the Choir has raised money for a different charity and many thousands of pounds have been donated over the years.

The Choir has a varied repertoire in Welsh and English, and specialises in unaccompanied `acapella’ singing. They have sung in many different locations from churches, chapels, castles and even Chester Zoo.

Councillor Thomas said:

“It was a pleasure to meet the Choir and to find out more about their repertoire and their fascinating history. They enjoy rehearsals every Monday evening at County Hall, Mold from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm and would love to welcome new members. Anyone wishing to join the Choir or who would like to book a concert, please contact the secretary on 01352 754033 or visit the website www.llwynegrin-singers.org”

Photograph: Mmbers of the Llwynegrin Singers with the Chairman of the Council, Cllr Carolyn Thomas


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