Posted by: cardiffmalechoir | December 13, 2013

Annual Concert Success for Cardiff Male Choir

Annual Concert Success for Cardiff Male Choir

Whitchurch Sports and Social Club was packed on the 29th of November as Cardiff Male Choir celebrated 115 years singing! The concert was a huge success, raising over £1000 for the choir. As a registered charity, Cardiff Male Choir provide their services free of charge, singing at concerts and events across South Wales, to help raise money for charities and local causes.

The concert was attended by the choir’s patron, The Lord Mayor of Cardiff, councillor Derrick Morgan.

The choir would like to thank all those who came to support the concert – here’s to next year!

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More photos to follow….

George Thomas Hospice, Light Up A Life Appeal


The choir headed to Cardiff Queen Street on Saturday the 7th of December to help raise funds for the George Thomas Hospice ‘Light Up A Life Appeal’. All Light up a Life donations go towards the work of George Thomas Hospice, providing nursing care and support services to those facing cancer and other life threatening illnesses.


Follow this link to find out more about the appeal and George Thomas Hospice.

Cardiff Male Choir support the White Ribbon Campaign


Cardiff Male Choir were just one of many male groups in Cardiff asked to support the White Ribbon Day – 25th November. The choir were asked to sign a ‘Not In My Name’ poster, organised by members of the National Federation of Women’s Institutes.

NFWI-Wales and Joyce Watson AM hosted a cross-party stakeholder event at the Senedd on 19 November to mark White Ribbon Day and discuss the importance of engaging with boys and men to eliminate male violence against women.

Prior to the event, politicians and other supporters gathered on the steps of the Senedd holding Not in my Name posters signed by male groups and organisations.  Politicians also signed a giant white ribbon as a pledge of their support.


See more on The WI website – including pictures of the choir and other male groups across South Wales.

The WI


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