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Scottish Police and community choir

2015 Choirs announced!

After months of receiving applications, we can now reveal our choirs that will be competing throughout the weekend! Over the two days we will see 28 choirs travel from near and far to join us in Venue Cymru, Llandudno. And when we say far, we mean far! We have a choir coming all the way from Cameroon, Africa. We can’t wait to welcome them to our festival.

We can now tell you all about the running order of our weekend….

Saturday 7th November 2015

10 am – Youth Category

Ceredigion Choir

Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen

11:55am – Male Voice

Biddulph Male Voice Choir

Cor Meibion Colwyn

Cor Meibion Y Foel Llannerchymedd

Mansfield and District Male Voice Choir

The Daleian Singers

2:30pm – Ladies

Cor Rhiannedd Y Moelwyn

Flint Ladies Choir

Lleisiau Llannerch

Lleisiau Mignedd

The Chepstow Chatelaines

Sunday 8th November 2015

12:00pm – Barbershop

Cheshire Acappella

Cheshire Cord Company

Clwyd Clippers

Harmony Revival

Milltown Sound Chorus

Sheffield Harmony

Specs Appeal

Spinnaker Chorus

3:15pm – Mixed

Aloud in the Valley

Cor CF1

Cor Siambr Prifysgol Bangor

Culcheth Village Choir

Holy Trinity Choir

Merchant Voices

Nottingham Trent University

Please note that all timings and timetables are subject to change.

So there we have it our star studded line up ready to give it their all for our adjudicators. To make sure you don’t miss a thing you can get tickets from wwww.venuecymru.co.uk or ring up or pop into the box office to get day passes which gains you access to all of the competitions. We shall see you in November!

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