One of Wrexham’s most popular musical events will return to Wrexham later this year, with more than 20 choirs of all ages set to attract huge crowds to the town.
The event, which will bring together more than 20 choirs from across the region and the north west, will fill the streets of Wrexham with the sound of music on September 28th.
Now in its fourth year the event sees choirs entertain the crowds by performing at various venues and locations across the town centre.
Speaking recently Wrexham MP Ian Lucas, who is one of the organisers behind the event, said the choir festival was created to “try to bring more people to Wrexham and to the town centre.”
He said: “I am delighted that Victoria CP and Ysgol Bodhyfryd could be here today. It is really important that we have the children involved, not just from a wonderful music point of view – but you are incredibly popular.”