Church to come alive with Welsh choir

Macclesfield Express - - WILDLIFE -

THE Welsh Cow­bridge Male Voice Choir will give a char­ity per­for­mance at Tyther­ing­ton Fam­ily Wor­ship Church on Sand­wich Drive on Satur­day, Septem­ber 19 at 7.30pm.

Founded in 1971, the choir is based in the Vale of Glam­or­gan but has also per­formed abroad, with for­eign con­certs in­clud­ing North­ern Cyprus in 2013 and Nor­mandy this year.

The group boasts a broad reper­toire of mu­sic in­clud­ing clas­si­cal Welsh choral pieces, med­leys from mu­si­cals and pop­u­lar hits such as Bo­hemian Rhap­sody, Cal­i­for­nia Dream­ing and You Raise Me Up.

The con­cert is in aid of Chris­tian Re­lief Uganda, the char­ity set up by Rhona Mar­shall MBE, from Tyther­ing­ton.

All funds raised will go to Maria’s Care School, an or­phan­age in Uganda, and to other vul­ner­a­ble peo­ple in the coun­try.

Val Sil­li­van, who works in the church of­fice, said: “This will be their first time per­form­ing at the church.

“If you haven’t heard them be­fore you should, they sound just un­be­liev­able and it’s all for a very good cause.”

Tick­ets are £10, with a dis­count for groups of four, at £36.

Con­tact J Tryon on 01625 424756 or email

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