Posted: Tue 28th Jan 2020

Updated: Tue 28th Jan

Wrexham Glyndwr University to host Welsh Language Music Day community event for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Jan 28th, 2020

Wrexham Glyndwr University is celebrating National Welsh Language Music Day next month with a free community event at the Plas Coch campus in Wrexham.

A variety of performances will be taking place at the event on February 7th, including sets from local pop band The Gogs, hip hop act Eight Star Music and the university choir. The university’s on- site restaurant, United Kitchen, will be offering a Welsh-themed menu including Welsh rarebit and cawl plus Welsh cakes will be available at the campus cafes.

Local businesses including Piccolos Crafts and Gifts, Billies Jewellery, Live Green with Rosadonna and Fizzing Fragrances will also have stalls at the event with an array of products available to browse.

Wrexham Glyndwr University Welsh Language Champion, Elen Mai Nefydd said: “We’re really excited to be holding our first National Welsh Music Day event and look forward to welcoming the local community to the university to celebrate with us.

“There’s something for everyone with a mix of pop, hip hop and traditional Welsh music being performed plus the chance to sing along with our Wrexham Glyndwr University choir. We also have a variety of stallholders showcasing their products and a delicious Welsh-themed menu available throughout the day.”

The event will run 11.30am – 2pm with the first performance taking place in The Gallery at 11.30am. Performances will then be every 30 minutes. The stalls will be in the reception area for the duration of the event.

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