Builth Male Voice Choir will be putting on a concert performance to raise funds for the Hundred House Maintenance Fund.

Scheduled to be held at Hundred House Hall, the concert aims to raise funds for maintaining and caring for the village hall following a lengthy renovation project.

The choir will be performing at the hall on November 18 at 7:30pm.

The fifty strong choir will be supported by a number of young artists, including pupils from Ysgol Pontffranc Franksbridge School, as well as Ioan Wilkie, Nia Wilkie, Ioan Mabbutt and Seren Price.

Members come from Builth and beyond, with the choir’s headquarters at the Greyhound Hotel, which is where weekly practices are usually held on Monday evenings.


As well as performing across Wales, the choir has toured extensively in Europe, including Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Ireland and the Czech Republic.

Since returning from a hiatus caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic, the choir has held numerous performances over the past year and expanded their numbers.

Founded in 1968 and a number of founder members still sing with them. As well as being a sociable and fun group, the choir is also a registered charity. They regularly perform at weddings, private functions and funerals as well as charity concerts such as the upcoming Hundred Hall Maintenance Fund.

The concert will add to a boost the appeal received earlier this year when 89 vehicles turned out for the annual Hundred House Tractor Run in May.

Tickets to the concert cost £10 for adults and £5 for children, and are available from Dorothy Price via 01982 570380.