The Choir has an over-full trophy cabinet which is kept at its rehearsal room in Glyncoli Road, Treorchy.
The cabinet is filled with items dating back over forty years which have been received by the Choir from organisations all over the world.
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As a registered charity, the Choir also receives many gifts from the organisations who have benefited from their performances.
This collection is undoubtedly the largest in the Choir’s Archives where so many items are stored due to shortage of room in the actual trophy cabinet.
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One of the most interesting objects in that collection is a Silver Disc presented to the Choir for its award-winning album, “Christmas From The Land Of Song”. Other special objects include the Key to the City of Cupertino, a large carved wooden beaver from Canada and very many trophies from their overseas tours to Australia.
There is also the actual flag flown over the US Capitol to commemorate the Choir’s visit to Washington D. A large number of the items are actually from various military establishments who have hosted the Choir over the years.
The Cabinet itself was unveiled in 1981 during a special ceremony held in the rehearsal room.
It was dedicated to the memory of the late Choir Secretary W. “Donna” Griffiths, Treasurer Gwynne Williams JP and Accompanist Tom Jones and was officially unveiled by Conductor Emeritus John Haydn Davies, Choir President Clifford Taylor and Conductor John Cynan Jones.