Upcoming Events

Learning to speak Welsh

I have found a very helpful video by a Welsh comedian called Rhod Gilbert for those who are having trouble learning Welsh, especially the mutations.


It is with great sadness that The Welsh Society of Western Australia advises that our long-standing, esteemed member, Enid Pryse, passed away on Sunday, 29th January 2023. Enid was originally from the Aberystwyth area of Wales.. She was a well-respected, warm hearted lady who was always prepared to contribute at Welsh Society events, and will be greatly missed. Enid held the roles of of Committee member and Vice-President, and was a Life member of the Society.

Enid was also a long-time member of The Welsh Free Church of WA, and was a Deaconate member for many years.

We extend our deepest sympathy to Enid's family.


A Concert with Perth Male Voice Choir, Sydney Male Voice Choir and Australian Welsh Male Voice Choir

A joint concert with Perth Male Voice Choir, Sydney Male Voice Choir and the Australian Welsh Male Voice Choir will be held at 3.00pm on Sunday 25th September 2022 at the Concert Hall, Churchlands Senior High School, 20 Lucca Street, Churchlands, WA.

Cost $35.00 or $35.00 concession. Book at www.trybooking.com

For more information email perthmalevoicechoir@gmail.com


By Dr. Neil L. Thomas

General News

Dr. Neil L Thomas recently completed a manuscript "King Arthur Lives" six gigabytes, hundred pages, which has a back cover blurb:-


Get to know the life and times of the real and famous King Arthur. Born in north Wales about AD 460, he was the son of King Uther and Queen Igerna. King Arthur led British forces to twelve victories between AD480 and 495, defeating Britain's many foes seeking booty, slaves and territory. The Dream of Rhonabwy story tells how King Arthur and his alter ego Owein played a board game gwyddbwyll during a battle. The Dream is  symbolic description of fighting; five British legions defeated the Saxons at the battle of Gorwynnion in AD 495. A generation later, King Arthur's Christian forces defeated pagan Saxons led by Osla Big-knife at the Battle of Cerdicesford in AD 519. The same year, King Arthur's last engagement at the Battle  of Camlan was fought against the notorious rebel Prince Medraut; both leaders died. The most likely place of Arthur's internment is near Shrewsbury, Shropshire. The Arthurian Age ended following the eruption of an Indonesian volcano in AD 535 which marked the beginning of Britain's Dark Ages that lasted more than three centuries.

Dr. Thomas would welcome the opportunity to discuss the book contents and hopefully be given a supportive comment or two. It is the author's intention to upload the manuscript to the Net.. Contact the author by email: bigrox33@bigpond.com    

Welsh Free Church of WA Gymanfa Ganu / Hymn Singing Festival

Featuring the Perth Male Voice Choir

The Welsh Free Church of Western Australia and the Perth Male Voice Choir invite you to a Gymanfa Ganu / Hymn Singing Festival at 2.00pm on Sunday, 28th August 2022, at Trinity Church, 72 St George's Terrace, Perth, WA, 6000, in support of the Uniting Church's Homeless Projects.

Free entry, and refreshments afterwards. This event is in support of the Uniting Church's Homeless Projects.

President Welsh Free Church: Milly Farrier-Brookes. Musical Director: Simone Bishop. Organist: Diane Gill. Choir Accompanist: Andrew Angel.

For further information phone 9386 2086 or 9381 5931 or email: here.

Vale Tony Hall

General News

Sadly Tony Hall, a long-time member of the Welsh Society of WA , passed away on Saturday, 21st May, after an illness. Tony contributed greatly to the Welsh Society, and was a  Committee Member and Treasurer for many years. Condolences to Fay and their family.