The global pandemic may have impacted our social lives and time in YFC over the last year but it certainly hasn’t stopped Montgomery YFC members from doing what they do best! Montgomery YFC’s 2021 Eisteddfod was held virtually, with members sending in photographs and videos from the comfort of their own homes to compete on the virtual stage.
Over 270 entries were received across the 24 competitions and the County Officials would like to congratulate all the members on such a high standard of entries. We are very proud to have such talented young people in Montgomeryshire!
Montgomery YFC would like to thank the wonderful judges and accompanist for their hard work:
Accompanist: Emma Morgan
Music Section: Nia Turner & Tudur Jones
Light Entertainment Section: Steffan Harri, Glandon Lewis, Alwyn Morris & Bryony Wilson
Recitation Section, Poem & Prose: Eleri Llwyd Jones
Homework Section: Thomas Jones, Mary Evans (ME Marketing & Events), Elinor Jones (Elinor Bakes), Huw Jones, Aled Rees & Bryony Wilson
Thanks must also go to the parents and Club Leaders who have supported the competitors, to the Club Officials for encouraging members to take part and of course a huge thank you must go to the members for their fantastic entries which we are pleased to share with you below.
Good luck to the members that are going on to represent Montgomery YFC in the Wales YFC Virtual Eisteddfod which will be taking place from the 29th – 31st March!