Neath-Port Talbot Cancer Challenge Singers

New Members

The choir practises every Wednesday evening at 7pm at Skewen Memorial Hall, Skewen Park, Off Wern Road, Skewen, SA10 6DP.
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If you are interested in joining the choir, especially if you sing tenor or bass, please come along or contact the secretary by e-mail for more details.

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Christmas Concerts

The choir raised £510 from the concert at Our Lady of the Assumption Church on 3rd December. A further £148 was raised from a collection the previous day at Aberglasney Gardens and £382 from the concert at St. Joseph's Church, Neath, on 17th December. A big thank you to all our choristers and supporters for your efforts to support the choir and the Cancer Challenge Charity.

Neath Port Talbot Cancer Challenge Charity Raises £1 million

Members of the Choir with the banner designed to celebrate the first million pounds raised by the Cancer Challenge Charity


If you would like the choir to sing at your wedding, civil partnership or other event please contact the choir secretary by e-mail

The Choir

The Neath Port Talbot Cancer Challenge Singers choir was formed by Joan Lewis, MBE, in 1999 to act as a spearhead for the Neath Port Talbot Cancer Challenge Charity which Joan had formed in 1997. The mixed choir has over 50 members. The choir is under the musical directorship of Geraint Williams.

Although based in the Neath - Port Talbot area of South Wales the choir frequently visits other parts of the UK and has toured Europe on many occasions, having been to France, Spain, Italy, Ireland, Belgium and Jersey. While on tour the choir has helped to raise money for local charities.

Since its formation the choir's activities have contributed significantly to the million pounds raised by the Neath Port-Talbot Cancer Challenge Charity.

Celebrating 25 years of the Cancer Challenge Singers

The choir celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2024. To mark the occasion the choir recorded a video of Vivaldi Gloria at St. Mary's Church, Swansea. We also recorded "As Long As I Have Music" in memory of three dedicated members, Jennifer Walters, Sylvia Stubbins and Afril Curtis, who passed away during 2023.