As an usher over recent years, it has been a …

Comment on Eisteddfod is match day for young artists by Chris Hawke.

As an usher over recent years, it has been a delight to see kids grow in skill and confidence in so many areas.
These are foundational life skills for these young people both now and into the future.
I wish all young people could consider entering eisteddfods or similar events. Thankyou parents and carers for your hours of loving support.
Thanks to the hard working small committee for drawing kids, families, sponsors and community together.
Join the committee to help it happen again every year for all who wish to enjoy.

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