FIFTEEN hours of keen competition was a feature of the annual Eisteddfod at Llanrwst last weekend.
Competition started at 10am and ended at 1am the followng morning, secretary Dennis Davies said.
He added competitiors came from across North Wales and they incouded four choirs, two Cerdd Dant parties and two folk song groups. Seventeen sololists entered the Challenge solo.
Arthur Morgan Thomas, Porthmadog, won his 22nd Eisteddfod chair with Esther Llwyd Ifan, Talybont, Aberystwyth winning the Literary Trophy and Rhiannon Elidan Hughes, Llanddoged the Musicians Trophy.
14-year-old Mali Elwy from Llansannan, won the Llefaru and was the runner up in the Alaw Werin competitions and Arthur Wyn (left) from Groeslon near Caernarfon, won the canu Emyn over 60 (Hymn)
17-year-old Aaron Parry (above) from Dolgellau won the Cerdd Dant Solo 15-19 competition and left, tea ladies l-r Margaret Williams, Myfanwy Roberts, Glenda Williams, Eleanor Roberts