A Welsh male voice choir and a local teenage soloist helped Pentraeth Motor Group celebrate their 30th anniversary.
The event was attended by over 100 customers past and present who were treated to a combination of classic Welsh and English in the Volkswagen van centre.
Managing director Ken Jones gave a brief talk about the beginning and continued growth of Pentraeth before introducing the evening performers.
Former Pentraeth Volkswagen brand manager Emlyn Parry was among the choir, while Lucy Kelly sang and Sara Huws enchanted guests with her harp playing.
Ken said: “What a wonderful well to celebrate our 30th anniversary. I can’t thank every enough for coming along and those who performed for the guests.
“The 30 years have flown by and I’m pleased many staff have been with Pentraeth most of that time.
“We pride ourselves on being a company giving customers what they expect and staff a secure and positive environment to work in.”
The celebrations are continuing for Pentraeth as it offers motorists special 30th birthday offers on various vehicles. To view Pentraeth Automotives special offers please see local press advertising for bespoke vehicles and the Volkswagen web site for new vehicle offers.