The group will meet in The Commodore in Llandrindod Wells
on the first, second and third Wednesday afternoon of each month
between 2:00pm and 3:30pm.
cost only 50p each time but please buy yourself a drink either before, during or after session.
There is no need to have sung in a choir before or be able to read music, nor have a brilliant singing voice, all welcome just enthusiasm needed ! We singalong together to pop from the 50s ,60s , 70s and 80s, songs from shows and traditional songs we all know accompanied by our pianist Sue Turner. We sing together (not in 4 part harmony) with lyric sheets provided..
Memorial For Ukrainian soldiers
We sang The Song Of Peace and Sing Me A Song For The Lad That Is Gone, Mary read the inscription and Jane said a blessing for the new memorial in The Commodore garden, August 2022.. photo by Jill de Gray Birch
Latest news from the group
Blessing the Ukraine Soldiers memorial
Published 10th August 2022
August 2022 .We sang The Song Of Peace and Sing Me A Song For The Lad That Is Gone, Mary read out the inscription and Jane said a blessing for the Ukraine soldiers killed in battle at the new memorial garden in The Commodore.
photo by Jill de Birch Gray
West Radnor Community Haven Christmas Fayre
Published 12th December 2021
Singing For Fun group sang at Honeybrook Cafe in Nantmel. Despite the challenge of singing while socially distanced we performed enthusiastically a variety of songs including Let It Snow, Here Comes The Sun, Dancing Queen, Jingle Bells and Lets Face The Music . Sue Turner accompanied us on the keyboard, powered by a caravan battery thanks to Les ,as there was no electricity available. A fun, enjoyable performance which the public happily sang along to.
Published 26th August 2019
During 2019 Victorian Week in Llandrindod, the U3A singers did a flash mob in Middleton street, then sang under the canopy at the Rock Park. The Mayor came and particularly enjoyed our version of Yellow Submarine, complete with kazoos!