The photograph shows outgoing Chairlady Carol Scale and incoming Chairlady Trisha Campodonic.
After a long break of 18 months from singing because of Covid restrictions Neyland Ladies Choir were able to reconvene in September for the AGM. There was a change of rehearsal venue, a necessary change in how rehearsals are conducted and a change of committee.
The choir made the move for weekly rehearsals to the schoolroom at Bethesda Chapel in Neyland. The schoolroom is bigger than the previous rehearsal room enabling the ladies to be socially distanced from each other and everyone is currently wearing a visor or a mask whilst rehearsing. Big thanks to the Pastor at Bethesda for helping with these new arrangements.
The new committee were elected and the photograph shows the outgoing Chairlady, Carol Scale, being presented with the Waterford Bowl to mark her 2 years as Chairlady of the choir. This bowl was specially made for the choir and presented to them on their visit to the Waterford Crystal factory in 1977 in honour of the choir’s 20th anniversary. It is now presented to each outgoing Chairlady for safe keeping until it is time to pass it on.
The choir are now rehearsing items to be sung at the ordination of Robert Waygood as Pastor at Bethesda on 20th November and arrangements are taking place for the choir to share the stage with Barry Male Voice Choir on their planned visit to Pembrokeshire in April 2022.
Further information about the choir can be found on their website – neylandladieschoir.weebly.com or email – email@example.com