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Latest ‘On Song’ column from Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star

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There’s a concert with a difference coming up in the Gwendraeth Valley next month (November).

It will manage to combine the launch of a book about a modern-day Welsh hero with a musical evening showcasing some of our finest singers.

A new book,

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Robert Lloyd

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Latest ‘On Song’ column from Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star

Posted By Robert Lloyd

There’s a big concert raising funds for Cancer Research UK at Tysul Hall in Llandysul (7pm) this Saturday, October 13.

The concert features the world famous Treorchy Male Voice Choir, conducted by Jeffrey Howard.

Choirs have existed in the Rhondda Valley for more

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Latest podcast from Phil Evans and Robert Lloyd

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The latest podcast from Phil Evans and Robert Lloyd.

The Big Cwtsh (Episode 30) is now on Soundcloud.

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Robert Lloyd

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Latest ‘On Song’ column from Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Côr Meibion Caerfyrddin Carmarthen Male Choir’s 60th anniversary concert will be held at the Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen, on Saturday, October 13.

The choir will be joined on stage by four other choirs – Mynydd Mawr, Burry Port, Dyffryn Tywi and Dyffryn Aman.

This

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Robert Lloyd

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Latest ‘On Song’ column from Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star

Posted By Robert Lloyd

There’s a splendid concert coming up next month (October) featuring the much-acclaimed Tywi Valley musical duo, the husband and wife team of Aled Edwards and Eleri Owen Edwards.
What’s described as a ‘late summer concert’ is a popular tradition of Cantorion Llandeilo Singers and raises

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Robert Lloyd

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Latest ‘On Song’ column from Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Côr Meibion Llanelli Male Voice Choir members are back in rehearsal sessions after their summer break.
Choir chairman Tony Crossman said: “We are looking forward to a busy autumn and winter, with ‘away trips’ mixed with ‘home games’.
The date for the choir’s popular Christmas

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