Fund Raising Concert For Nurture Centre Booking Now Open


Saturday April 1st


7.30 pm

MADRA RUA, Back together again after a long break, Jim Fox, Ian Thomas & Kate Ronconi bring their wonderful music to Carmarthen. Jim's vocals and original songs are complemented by Ian's masterful guitar playing and Kate's amazing fiddle playing. Once described as "the most sought after band on the Irish Music Scene" they are looking forward to be sharing a stage together again.

LAILA WOODWARD is a talented young singer/songwriter and guitarist with a beautiful voice from the Swansea Valley.  She is currently making a name for herself on the South Wales acoustic music scene and is certainly one to watch in the future.

STU HAMPTON is a singer and artist - with a passion for the psychedelic 60s and the hippie movement. He loves singing, creating and exploring consciousness through various forms of meditation and cosmic consciousness.

All proceeds go towards supporting Nurture Centre - see below for information.

Tickets £10 with concessions for over 60s, under 14s and unemployed

Click on the link below to book your tickets

Bring Your Own Drinks




Nurture centre is one of those places that every town should have, the aims of Nurture Magu CIC are to increase the Wellbeing of our community.

After a very successful first few years; they somehow made it through having to be closed for almost a year during Covid. During this time classes were moved online and opened up the garden for social distanced groups to meet outside.

The centre has developed and  provided spaces for over 150 groups and practitioners. Currently running at the centre is Mama creatives, yoga, Tai chi, Pilates, Stroke physio, massage, Sound Therapy, Counselling for people with cancer, NHS mental health and eating disorder groups, LGBTQ group, Counselling, Adoption support, Play therapy, Contact meetings.

Nurture Centre runs the Carmarthen community freezer with Swperbox providing take-away meals for those who need them, and it also runs a food bank, Age Cymru coffee mornings and Toddler group - for free.

The centre recently opened up the cafe space as a 'Warm bank' Monday to Friday 10-3 with a self service drinks station. We have just applied for funding so we can offer a free/low-cost hot meal 3 times a week.  

There have been some fantastic times but  have also had so many problems and faced a steep learning curve trying to keep things going.

At the moment, finances are extremely tight, and they have embarked on a number of fund raising opportunities, including a GoFundMe page at as well as applying to various funding bodies for more exciting projects for the warm space.

These concerts are a way of providing much needed funds and also to introduce people to this very special place.

Thank you for your support.