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Lolfa @ Meifod - 31 Jul 2015

Lolfa @ Meifod

Here's what the Lolfa has got in store for the Eisteddfod

The Welsh Books Council at the National Eisteddfod - 30 Jul 2015

The Welsh Books Council at the National Eisteddfod

Call in to the Welsh Books Council's stand at the National Eisteddfod, 1-8 August.

Everyone remembers Tryweryn... but who remembers Llanwddyn? - 29 Jul 2015

Everyone remembers Tryweryn... but who remembers Llanwddyn?

Gwasg Gomer will be launching  Cofiwch Lanwddyn at the Lolfa Lên at the National Eisteddfod on Tuesday, 4 August at 2pm. Eiddwen Jones will also be signing copies at the Welsh Books Council Stand between 1 and 1:30pm.

Aled Lewis Evans's Llwybrau Llonyddwch - 28 Jul 2015

Aled Lewis Evans's Llwybrau Llonyddwch

A new book by Gwasg Gomer to be published at the National Eisteddfod: Aled Lewis Evans,  Llwybrau Llonyddwch.

Y Lolfa Lên returns to the National Eisteddfod - 26 Jul 2015

Y Lolfa Lên returns to the National Eisteddfod

With Tafwyl, Y Sesiwn Fawr, Gŵyl Arall and the Hay Festival all behind us, we now turn our sights to the National Eisteddfod which will return to Montgomeryshire this August for the first time since 2003.

A Show of First-class Books! - 16 Jul 2015

A Show of First-class Books!

The Welsh Books Council celebrating 25 years at the RWAS!

Is-deitla'n Unig - Subtitles Only - 15 Jul 2015

Is-deitla'n Unig - Subtitles Only

A journey into the world of foreign cinema through the eyes of a Welsh cinephile is the latest book published by Gomer Press.

Summer books supplement - 13 Jul 2015

Summer books supplement

The books supplement for Summer 2015 is now available.

Young Readers take over the Arts Centre - 19 Jun 2015

Young Readers take over the Arts Centre

Hundreds of children from 29 schools across Wales took took over the Arts Centre in Aberystwyth for two days of eager competing on 16 and 17 June. It was the national round of Darllen Dros Gymru, the Welsh Books Council’s Welsh-language books competition for primary schools in Wales. All pupils were competing for a number of prestigious awards by discussing books and performing short dramatic presentations based on titles they had read.

Johnstown Primary School Crowned BookSlam Champions - 12 Jun 2015

Johnstown Primary School Crowned BookSlam Champions

A team of avid readers from Johnstown Primary School, Carmarthenshire, were recently crowned the 2015 Champions of BookSlam, the Welsh Books Council’s annual reading competition for children.

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