The Foel Male Voice Choir was formed by Grȇs Pritchard to

participate in the Millennium Christmas Concert at Capel Ifan,

Llannerch y medd.


Following the success of the concert, it was decided in 2001

to form a choir to compete in the Anglesey Eisteddfod, which

was to be held in Llannerch y medd.


Llannerch y medd is an ancient marketing town situated on the

Foel hill, which has lent its name to the Choir.


The Choir is based at the the local school room at Capel Ifan and members

travel from all over Anglesey to meet for rehearsals every Tuesday

at 7:30 p.m.


Over the past decade the Choir has supported local Eisteddfodau,

competed in the Anglesey Eisteddfod, raised money for numerous

charities and has entertained audiences in concerts, weddings and

other functions throughout North Wales.


The Choir has travelled north to Falkirk and Alloa in Scotland,

eastwards to England, their second visit to Holmes Chapel in 2011

and southwards to Plymouth to entertain a capacity audience with

The Tamar Valley Male Voice Choir.


In September 2008 the choir released its first CD, Croesi’r Bont

(Crossing the Bridge) which contains 18 bilingual tracks (see Music Recordings)


In August 2017 the choir released it's second recording Draw Dros Y Don (see Music Recordings)