Academi hywel teifi supports the Swansea 大学间的eisteddfod 2019
Academi hywel teifi is proud to welcome the 大学间的eisteddfod to Swansea University on 1-2 March 2019.
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The students who have been organizing the Eisteddfod have been using the new Swansea University crowdfunding website - Wave - to help raise money for staging the Eisteddfod and many local companies and organizations have contributed sponsorship, including Telesgôp media company, Castell Howell Foods, Tŷ Tawe, Menter Iaith Abertawe and Tŷ'r Gwrhyd. Pupils from Ysgol Gymraeg Ystalyfera have designed the Chair, and the local glass artist Nikki Cass has created the Crown. The medals - including a new award which reflects one of the main areas of study of Swansea University, the Science Medal, have been created by local ceramic artist, Jess Harker.
Rebecca Martin, Swansea Students' Union Welsh Language Officer said: "All the arrangements are in place and we are really looking forward to the Eisteddfod. The Inter-University Eisteddfod will bring everyone together to celebrate and promote Welsh language culture in Swansea." Gwyn Aled, President of the Students Union said: "It's great that the 大学间的eisteddfod is back in Swansea this year, and we're looking forward to welcoming the students of Wales here to compete. ag8学生会 is proud to support our Welsh speaking students and the Eisteddfod will be a great opportunity to network and socialise with students from all over Wales."
Dr Gwenno Ffrancon, Director of Academi Hywel Teifi said: "Academi hywel teifi staff are delighted that the Inter-University Eisteddfod is coming to Swansea University this year. We are really looking forward to the occasion and have enjoyed supporting the ambitious plans and thorough arrangements of our Welsh-medium students for the Eisteddfod. We are starting a year of celebrations to mark the centenary of Swansea University, and hosting the 大学间的eisteddfod in Swansea is certainly a great way to celebrate the Welsh language heritage and life of the University. Good luck to all those competing and we hope that the students of Wales will have a great time in Swansea! "