NIGHTINGALE House is continuing its anniversary celebrations with a special concert.
The hospice is now more than halfway through its 10th anniversary, and still has plenty of events organised for people of all ages and interests.
On September 17 the hospice will be holding a concert featuring the cream of Welsh singing talent.
The hospice has gathered an all-star line up.
Joining them on the night will be Cecilia Smiga, who is renowned for her singing at games featuring the Llanelli Scarlets and England football team and regularly supports male voice choirs, performing extensively in the UK and Europe.
Andrew Griffiths, the male soloist, hails from Rhostyllen and is now in great demand, performing the length and breadth of the country and on the international stage as a guest soloist with various choirs.
Côr Godre'r Aran will be arriving, fresh from winning the Llangollen Eisteddfod Male Voice Choir of the year, after previously winning the National Eisteddfod three times. The choir is based in Bala, but travels extensively throughout the world, performing on stages in countries from Canada, USA, and Brazil to New Zealand, Portugal and now Wrexham.
Ensemble Cymru, since it was established in 2001, has brought live music to more than 10,000 people of all ages in Wales. It even performed as part of the opening weekend of the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff in 2004.
Nightingale House has 890 tickets to sell to this event and is hoping for a sell-out.
Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £8 for children, and are available from Nightingale House Hospice and the hospice shops in Brook Street, Wrexham, Market Street, Rhos, and Well Street, Cefn Mawr.
You are invited to contact the fundraising department if you would like to pay for your tickets by credit card.
For further details contact: Louise Elliott, Fundraising Department, Nightingale House Hospice, Chester Road, Wrexham LL11 2SJ. Tel: 01978 314292. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org