The hills are alive with the sound of music

The communal sing-a-long concert will perform inside a special marquee showcasing a popular line up of songs that everyone can join in on including God be the Glory; Rachie (I bob un sydd  fyddlon); Blessed Assurance; Breath on me, Breath of God; Godre’r Coed; Cwm Rhondda and Sanctus.  MC for the night is the Reverend Michael Hogson, the Bannau Brycheiniog Pastorate.

Starting at 6.00pm, admission is only £2.00 with all proceeds going to Brecon Dial a Ride – a local charity supporting disabled access and the elderly.  Refreshments and a licensed bar will be available courtesy of the National Park Visitor Centre Tearooms but concert goers can bring a picnic, blanket, rugs and chairs if they prefer to sit outside.

For further information please contact Andrew Powell at the National Park Visitor Centre, near Libanus on 01874 624 979 , email  or Edwin Roderick, Chairman of the Aberhonddu and District Male Choir on mobile 07811 266455 or 01874 636 495.



At 1100ft/335m above sea level, the National Park Visitor Centre, near Libanus provides stunning views of Pen Y Fan, the highest mountain in South Wales. An adjacent moorland ridge offers beautiful easy walks to mountain challenges. Browse the shop for maps and gifts, get great ideas for exploring our spectacular landscapes or simply enjoy local specialities at our award winning tea rooms. Children and families are well catered for with spacious grounds, nature trails and regular events and walks. There is modest car parking charge.

Bannau Brycheiniog National Park is a landscape that offers a legacy of unparalleled proportions with spectacular mountain ranges, internationally renowned geology, bountiful wildlife and diverse recreational opportunities. It contains some of the most spectacular and distinctive upland formations in southern Britain and covers an area of 1347 sq km (520 sq miles).

Pictures:  Copyright of Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority and Aberhonddu and District Male Choir