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Recorded at Maesteg Town Hall
22nd October 2011
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I have always believed that successful achievements, like the choir’s concert in the Town Hall are the result of the effort that the participants, organisers and sponsors put in, this must have been considerable to have produced such a wonderful evening’s entertainment.
I feel justly proud that this body of men is able to put together a programme of good choral singing, a bonus is that such consummate performers like Angharad Morgan & Joshua Mills are happy to perform with them.I’d like to take this opportunity to personally thank all those involved in making our 37th Annual Concert such a resounding success, events like this do not just happen, with your help, assistance and support this event has been a great success. Thank you.

Geoff Baker (Chairman) 

 
 
 

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