Lynne grew up in a musical family, playing French Horn in school and Mary Immaculate Band, and playing the piano. She continues to play the organ for services at St David’s and St Patrick’s Church in Haverfordwest.
She started a children’s choir in her late teens and consequently decided on a career in teaching with Music as her main subject. After graduating from Trinity College, Carmarthen with a B.Ed. Degree in 1993, she started her career in teaching.
Lynne was soon asked to join Neyland Ladies and took up the baton in January 1994. In that time, she has introduced the choir to a wide selection of music and performed for audiences in Pembrokeshire and further afield, raising much needed funds for charities. She is married to Mike with two sons and works in Carmarthenshire County Council as Senior Early Years Support Officer.
Miranda Davies Accompanist
Miranda took over as accompanist for Neyland Ladies Choir in January 2022 for the second time. She was previously accompanist 20 years ago and since returning to the choir she has been deputy accompanist and a member of the alto section.
She first sang on stage at the age of 3 and hasn't stopped singing since! As well as being an accomplished pianist and vocalist Miranda also plays the French horn.
Miranda, now retired, was a Primary School teacher in both Neyland and Tenby.
She comes from a musical family and both her father and son sing with Tenby Male Voice Choir. It was whilst being in the audience at a Tenby MVC concert when Neyland Ladies shared the stage that Miranda realised what she had been missing and returned to sing with the choir after a 20 year absence.