St David’s Polo Event – 28th of June at Fonmon Castle

It was very exciting to be the harpist playing on the stage within the main marquee whilst lunch was served. There was a wonderful atmosphere and lovely weather; horses, helicopters, aeroplanes, luxurious cars and everyone looking their best. I do believe even some Polo was played after lunch! This was a fantastic event to be part of, held in the beautiful surroundings of Fonmon Castle. I hope anyone who heard me enjoyed the harp music I provided. For further information on the day please visit the St David’s Polo website:


Wedding Harpist

I am a wedding harpist in Cardiff but I also travel to many different locations near and far from home!  It is wonderful playing all over the UK for couples special days and I really enjoy helping create the perfect day. Venues over the last month or so have included Castell Coch, Manor Park, Amberly Castle, Eccleshall Castle, Park Plaza, Usk Castle and Lansantffraed Court to name but a few. If I have played for you or you have seen me at a Wedding recently do post any feedback you have to give on anything – such as songs you heard or music you wished I had played.

I hope to hear from you soon!

Wedding Harpist
Wedding Harpist

Shelley – Harpist


website-02Emily Haughton and I are currently looking to name our flute and harp duo. Any ideas to rival ‘Flarp!’ will be warmly received. If you have a moment do leave any ideas or comments below.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Music at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales

Garden of Wales FestivalIt was wonderful to play the harp during the ‘Garden of Wales Festival’ at the National Botanic Garden of Wales on May 30th and 31st. The sunshine was glorious and there was a fantastic atmosphere . Thank you to everyone who came to speak to me and well done to all those who tried the harp!

Welcome to my blog

Shelley StringsWelcome to my blog, I will be posting information on forthcoming events, concerts, wedding fayres I will be attending, workshops, information on harps and comments on learning the instrument. Please feel free to add information or comments here. I look forward to hearing from you.