Zita McNaugher, YFCU president and Amy Bennington, Commercial Marketing Manager, Power NI are pictured with the winners of the YFCU choir festival - Gleno Valley YFC and Straid YFC
Over 450 guests and choir singers attended the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster Choir Festival held at Parliament Buildings, Stormont.
The event, sponsored by Power NI, saw Gleno Valley YFC and Straid Young Farmers’ Club come together to claim first place.
The Co Antrim singers made the journey to Parliament Buildings, Stormont, to compete against other clubs at the Young Farmers’ choir festival held on Wednesday 4 December.
Coleraine YFC won second place and Kilrea YFC took home third. Prizes were also given out on the evening for best solo, best choral piece, best accompaniment and best newcomer.
Amy Bennington, Commercial Marketing Manager, Power NI said: “Power NI is delighted to support the YFCU choir festival as part of our overall sponsorship of the organisation’s 90th anniversary year.
“The standard of singing this evening was very good and it was fantastic to see young people coming together after months of rehearsals and putting on what was an incredibly enjoyable and festive evening.”
Zita McNaugher, YFCU president said: “The YFCU choir festival is a great festive activity promoting team work within YFCU.
“The event is particularly special this year as it forms part of our 90th anniversary celebrations.”