Cwmbach Male Choir

Founded in the Heart of Aberdare - Queen of the Valleys


A Big Thank You to Dan Reynolds

The committee would like to express our sincere thanks to the very talented Mr Daniel Reynolds for the time and effort he has put in to creating the new web-site. Dan took on this project as he was just starting his final A Level exams and has shown commitment beyond the pale. Every meeting and phone call has been dealt with in a professional manner and has resulted in immediate action. We are sure that Rob Davies, our Website Co-ordinator must have driven him nuts over the last month or so. Good luck with the Exam results Dan, however we are sure a successful career in the I.T business beckons !

So once again - Thank You Dan ! and if anyone needs a professional website built contact Dan on 07572 428915 - he comes highly recommended !

David Coombs

It is with great sadness that we have to annouce the passing of David Lewis Coombs on 20th May 2014 after a short illness bravely borne. David was a quite, unassuming man who regularly  took his place in the baritone section, and enjoyed making a contribution in rehersal and concerts. David loved his music and was very knowledgeable in many aspects, especially the '60's and '70's. He will be missed by us all. God Bless !

Peter Linton

 5th May 2014 - It is with deep sadness that we have to announce the unexpected death of one of our long standing officers today. Peter Linton was a highly respected, valued and enduring member of our team. The events on our Scotland tour today have shocked us all, and we feel a communal sadness at Peters’ demise. Our thanks and respect go to the paramedic teams and Heli-Med doctors who worked so hard to save Peter's life - We will keep you up to date on when and where the funeral will take place. Rest in Peace Peter. Nos Da.


Get Garin Walking Concert

This Thursday 10th July 2014 sees the choir perform at Green Street Chapel, Aberdare to raise funds for Garin Morgan, a pupil at our rehersal venue , Cwmbach Community Primary School. There are still tickets available at a cost of £5.00. Please make the effort to turn up to help this little boy walk again. Have a read of this article for more information Get Garin Walking Wales On LIne Article

Cynon Valley Museum

The Cynon Valley Museum is facing closure following swingeing cuts to budgets by Rhonnda Cynon Taff Clounty Borough Council. Please show your support for them by following a detailed history of the Choir here.

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