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: Community Singing Concert

Arranged by The Children's League of Peach and Goodwill
Relayed from the Empire Theatre, Tonypandy.
The Lord's Prayer (Welsh and English)
Speech by the Chairman, Dr. Chalke
The Mid-Rhondda Orchestral Society
Conducted by T.J. Hughes.

Community Singing
Onward, Christian Soldiers
God Bless our Native Land (Tune: 'God Save the King')

The Rev. T.W. Lewis (Welsh Speaker)

Community Singing
Rwyn Dyfod Atat Ti (I will follow the Lord)

Talk by Mrs. Edith Campbell Gordon, of Miss Maude Royden's Crusaders

Community Singing
God Bless the Prince of Wales
League of Nations' Hymn - By Special Permission
(Tune: 'Land of My Fathers')
Seren Fach (Little Star)

The Lord's Prayer

Contributors

Speaker: Dr. Chalke
Musicians: The Mid-Rhondda Orchestral Society
Conductor: T.J. Hughes
Speaker: The Rev. T.W. Lewis
Speaker: Edith Campbell Gordon

: The Week's Good Cause: Bristol Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Women

Appeal by Mr. R. C. Thomas.

Contributors

Speaker: R.C. Thomas

: S.B. from London

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