Conductor. Edward Morgan from the School Hall, Llandyssul
This choir was formed in 1933, and has since become well known both in North and South Wales. It has an unbroken record of successes. One instance of its artistry is that it has won the challenge cup for the chief choral competition at the Urdd National Eisteddfod for five consecutive years.
with Isobel Baillie (soprano) Steuart Wilson (tenor)
Percy Underwood (baritone) and The City of Birmingham Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by George Dyson from the Shire Hall, Gloucester
' The Canterbury Pilgrims '
The Penmaenmawr Mutual
Improvement Society in Session from the Institute, Penmaenmawr
This society was formed in 1910 with the object of ' promoting the intellectual and moral improvement of its members by original lectures. essays, and discussions '.
Meetings are carried on on a thoroughly democratic basis. Every member must take part in the debate, and the opener of one week presides at the following week's meeting. The society has been responsible for arranging annually one or two public lectures by well-known men as well as debates with other debating societies in Conway, Bangor, and Llanrwst. Altogether the organisation can be described as one of the most active of its kind in Wales.
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