Saturday 15th October 2016, 7:00pm
Location: Bethesda chapel, New Street, Mold CH7 1NZ
A charity concert with two of Mold’s most talented choral singing groups both of which have charmed audiences throughout the country. Ysgol Maes Garmon’s choir under the baton of Nia Wyn Jones, fresh form their success at the opening of the Urdd eisteddfod at Flint have excelled themselves in recent years and performed at the Birmingham Symphony Hall in 2013. Parti’r Siswrn have raised many thousands of pounds for charitable causes and are a firm favourite with their beautifully performed eclectic repertoire.
The concert is in aid of SHARE. This is a statement of their aims:
SHARE is a group of people and businesses in Chester and North Wales, that came together after seeing the tiny body of 3 year old Alyun Kurdi, lying on a beach in the Med. Without knowing each other, we each set up collection points to try to send a pack of aid. Little did we know that we would all be inundated! Flintshire County Council helped us all come together and gave us the use of a derelict 4000sq ft warehouse in Flint, North Wales. So we could combine our efforts and co-odinate collections, sorting, storage, distribution of aid and volunteers to assist in the handing out of the aid in the affected countries. It wasn’t long before we decided to go one step further and offer our aid to the homless people on the streets of Cheshire and North Wales too! Thus our name was born;
Supporting Homeless, Assisting Refugees Everywhere – SHARE