Posted: Wed 12th Feb 2020

Wrexham Early Years Centre celebrates Welsh Language Music Day for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Feb 12th, 2020

Staff and children at Wrexham Early Years Centre have marked Dydd Miwsig Cymru (Welsh Language Music Day) with a day of Welsh activities.

Held on Friday 7th February, Welsh Language Music Day is an annual celebration of all forms of Welsh Language music.

During the day children at Wrexham Early Years Centre, on Prince Charles Road, listened and danced to Welsh musicians and bands and took part in a Welsh Flag parade.

Staff also handed out Welsh Cakes, tea and Welsh vocabulary sheets to parents.

At snack time, the children had a special treat eating Bara Brith, Welsh biscuits and drinking Welsh dragon milk.

They ended the day with a ‘flash mob’ performance in front of the parents.

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