AN international singing star – originally from Carmarthen – returns to her west Wales roots in March as part of the line-up in a charity concert at Folly Farm.

Nicky Stephens will be performing as a member of the Brotherhood of Man, who shot to fame after their Eurovision Song Contest win with Save Your Kisses for Me in 1976.

Nicky, whose real name is Helen Thomas, was recently the subject of an ITV documentary on her life, where her early days saw her singing with Llanelli's Hywel Girls' Choir.

Brotherhood of Man – still with the original line-up from their Eurovision days – will be topping the bill at the concert being organised at the Follies Theatre by Narberth and Whitland Rotary Club on Saturday, March 30.

The main charity to benefit will be Cancer Research.

Also taking to the stage will be Britain's Got Talent winner, the Lost Voice Guy, who was recently the special guest on the New Year's Eve edition of The Last Leg on Channel 4.

The line-up will be completed by Pembrokeshire rock and blues band, The Curveballs.

Top price tickets for the concert are in short supply but £25 tickets are still available. They can be bought online at, as well as at Dales Music, Tenby; Rock 'n' Rolla Boutique, Narberth and the Creative Café, Haverfordwest.