Carol Singers hit the right Christmas notes in Kidwelly

An enthusiastic group of singers gathered in Kidwelly in the evening of Thursday (Dec 14)  and performed at a number of stops around the town. Well wrapped up against the cold night air and with voices perfectly tuned to entertain they took off on a tour of Kidwelly

Fr Jim Flanagan of St Mary’s Church led the vocals, and all of the well known carols were sung in both English and Welsh. The singers stopped  in streets and outside houses, with special stops for babes in arms, and one or two requests for householders. There were also some  hearty renditions in local licensed establishments.

The last stop was in Kidwelly’s Rugby Club, where the happy choir enjoyed some liquid refreshment.

The intention is that this will be an annual event, and in the meantime, those who enjoy singing and/or listening to carols will be warmly welcomed to the service at St Mary’s Church at 5pm this Sunday 17th December 23.

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