Snowdonia

North Wales is a popular holiday region passionate about language, music and ancient history, with magnificent castles, railways and festivals set against the backdrop of thrilling mountainous scenery, fine beaches and the mountains, lakes and waterfalls of the Snowdonia National Park. 

Gateway to the Snowdonia National park, Betws-y-Coed, is North Wales’ most popular inland resort. This picturesque Victorian village nestled within a beautiful wooded valley is surrounded by waterfalls, hill-top lakes and ancient bridges. Nearby Bodnant Gardens, is spread over 80 acres on the western slopes of Snowdonia, above Conwy. The garden consists of two parts: an upper garden and a lower garden, both of which contain a wide range of interesting and beautiful plants from all over the world.

Then take the picturesque and fascinating journey along the coast to the Menai Bridge which takes us over the Menai Straits to the island of Anglesey and the town of Beaumaris, home to Beaumaris Castle, a great unfinished masterpiece and regarded by many as the finest Edwardian castle in Wales.

This pretty seaside town is home to a Victorian pier and pastel painted houses and has a wide range of shops, tea rooms and pubs.

The scenic trip on the Snowdon Mountain Railway takes you from from Llanberis to the summit of Mount Snowdon, the tallest peak in England and Wales. Why not have a sing song at the peak whilst enjoying the views from the visitor centre?

The beautiful Italianate village of Portmeirion, created by the architect Clough Williams-Ellis from 1925 to 1975, pays tribute to the atmosphere and vibrant colours of the Mediterranean whilst blending effortlessly into the natural surroundings.

As a Chorister, and eventually Head Chorister in our local church choir for eleven years, Jo was talented, dedicated and could always be relied on to work to the utmost of her undoubted abilities. I would expect that she would apply the same attributes to her professional life
P BuckmasterChoral Director
From cathedrals and abbeys, churches and stately homes, all steeped in centuries of history, some in Roman Towns others in quintessential English ‘picture postcard’ villages, every choir and musical ensemble should spend a tour exploring the United Kingdom and Ireland. Whatever part of the country you to choose to visit, by working with a knowledgeable team of people who know the regions inside out from both a tourism and musical perspective, you will be guaranteed the richest of touring experiences
Tim KnightBritish composer and Choral Director
Jo and her team came up with a fantastic itinerary for our choir and planned everything to the last detail. We always felt we were in safe hands and that they were on the end of a phone to help us with anything we needed. We couldn’t recommend them highly enough.
Rosie SayersChairperson for Sing It Loud Community Choir