A Wrexham male voice choir has described singing for King Charles during his visit to the city as an "honour and a privilege".

Rhos Orpheus Male Choir was chosen to sing at the special service at St Giles Church, Wrexham, attended by King Charles and the Queen Consort, on Friday, December 9. 

The event was to celebrate Wrexham’s City status previously bestowed by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.

The choir led by Musical Director, Eifion Wyn Jones and accompanied by Assistant Musical Director, Rachel Phillips sang for the attendees as they waited for the arrival of the Royal visitors.

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During the service they sang quietly whilst The King and Queen were shown the Royal Seal awarded to the city and looked at old relics belonging to the church.

The choir continued to sing as the visitors enjoyed refreshments, before eventually leaving the church.

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Rhos Orpheus Male Choir chairman, Rob Ratcliffe said: “It was a huge honour and privilege to have been asked to sing for royalty at this prestigious event.

"I am delighted that we had a full choir in attendance, especially having performed at St Asaph the night before.

"The royal engagement was our 15th engagement of the year and a fitting way to end 2022.

"We can now add singing for royalty to our list of achievements, which makes us very proud."