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Sunday, July 9, 2023

Final day action round-up from the Eisteddfod

 llanblogger has been capturing the action during today's final day of the Eisteddfod.

* Soul Oasis Cultural Ambassadors from Trinidad & Tobago celebrate their victory in the first-ever Eisteddfod dance-off, held in the Pavilion. Judged on the volume of applause and cheers, they were the audience's favourite and beat off competition from around the world.

  * England-based Indian dancers GEJJE were also in the dance-off, along with ...

* ... Karen's Dance Classes from Denbighshire -

* The Loughgiel Folk Dancers from Northern Ireland -

* A Kurdish folk dance group based in England -

* The Mother Touch Group of Schools dancers from Zimbabwe.

 * Hip & Harmony ukelele band perform on the Globe stage during the afternoon.

* Kuohu Choir from Finland performed at the Eisteddfod closing service held in St Collen's Church in the morning.

* Also performing at the service were the Musical Origins Singers from Jersey. 

* ... and the Azusa Pacific University Chamber Singers from the USA.

* Llangollen-based actor Dyfed Thomas gives a reading during the service.

* The service was led by priest-in-charge Fr Lee Taylor.

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