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Bagillt Community Support for Flintshire Urdd National Eisteddfod 2016


With less than a year to go before Flintshire hosts the Urdd National Eisteddfod in Flint members of the local communities have been busy fund raising and supporting the Appeal Fund.


This week the Chair of Bagillt Community Council, Cllr Jane Williams presented Mr Jeremy Griffiths, Chair of the Local Organising Committee with a cheque for �1000 towards the Flint and Bagillt target of �60,000. Mr Griffiths said �I am delighted to receive this donation from Bagillt Community Council who have been extremely generous both this year and last. The Eisteddfod is Europe�s largest youth festival and hasn�t been to Flintshire since 1984. This is a once in a generation opportunity for us to welcome an expected 90,000 visitors to the area during the Week of the Eisteddfod beginning 30th May 2016 on the fields adjacent to Flint High School.�


Flintshire has been split into local appeal areas, each with its own target of funding to raise, the total being �230,000. With just under a year to go Mr Griffiths stated that about a half of this had been collected and that with continued hard work across the County this target should be reached by next year. It has been estimated by Caerphilly Council that this year�s Eisteddfod in Caerphilly brought in an extra 6 million pounds into the local economy. Anyone wishing to support the Urdd Eisteddfod in anyway can contact Mr Griffiths on 01352 732365.


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