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FEAST OF ENTERTAINMENT IN LLANDUDNO

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Young people representing YFC clubs from all over Wales gave audiences a spectacular showcase of YFC talent during the Wales YFC Entertainment Feast weekend which hosted both the English and Welsh Entertainment competition held at Venue Cymru, Llandudno over the weekend.

The event gave members the opportunity to perform on a professional stage with up to date facilities with assistance from experienced stage managers.

12 clubs representing 10 different county federations throughout Wales took part in the weekend, six in the Welsh competition and six in the English competition and each one eager to clinch trophies for their trophy cabinet.

Judge Ian Sarginson awarded Llanbadarn Fynydd YFC, Radnor and their Entertainment entitled ‘Just Chilled’ the EGH Trumper Trophy and a FUW Welsh Royal Crystal Trophy for the best English Entertainment staged. Lawrence Hancock from Keyston YFC, Pembrokeshire was awarded the best actor title in the English section and Laura Watson from Llanbadarn Fynydd YFC, Radnor took the best actress title. The Paul Elkington Productions trophy for best technical achievement was awarded to Wentwood YFC.

Ellen Rhys was tasked with the difficult job of judging the Welsh section where the Bryn Teifi trophy and a FUW Welsh Royal Crystal Trophy was awarded to Llanfair Caereinion YFC, Montgomery for their Entertainment entitled ‘Y Canmlwyddiant’. The best actor award was awarded to Carwyn Jones, Rhosybol YFC, Ynys Môn and the best actress was Elin Haf Morris Jones also from Rhoysbol YFC. In the Welsh section the Paul Elkington Productions trophy was awarded to Llanfair Caereinion YFC.

The best actor and actresses in the Welsh and English section were awarded with a Welsh Royal Crystal Trophy kindly donated by FUW.

Also taking place at the Entertainment Feast was the Disco Dancing competition where Clunderwen YFC, Pembrokeshire were awarded first place and Maendy YFC, Galmorgan second. Both clubs will now go on to represent Wales YFC at the NFYFC Disco Dancing competition at the prestigious Blackpool Opera House.

Llanbadarn Fynydd YFC will also take to the stage in Blackpool with their winning Entertainment at the NFYFC Entertainment Final to be held during their AGM weekend in Blackpool at the beginning of May.

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