Croeso is a two-day festival celebrating St David’s Day and all things Welsh held in Swansea’s city centre on Saturday 29th February and Sunday 1st March 2020, 11am – 4pm.
This year’s event will feature the best of local Welsh culture including:
Hosted by Helen Enser Morgan.
Head to Castle Square to hear the wonderful sounds of Welsh music before moving to Portland Street and Oxford Street where you can sample the best of Welsh food, drink, and handcrafted goods. Don’t miss the cooking demonstrations and craft workshops.
Immerse yourself in the Welsh language at the Cwtsh Marquee. With music, poetry, and live entertainment you’ll find plenty of Welsh culture to enjoy at Croeso. Be sure to say ‘Shwmae!’ (Hello!) to the friendly folk of Menter Iaith Abertawe. They’ll be offering a warm Welsh welcome to everyone, and plenty of help for those learning (or considering) Welsh.
Take advantage of this exciting trading opportunity at the heart of Swansea city centre by visiting www.swansea.gov.uk to find out more and apply online.
If you’re an artist, performer, or community group interested in taking part please contact Emma Thomas, Events Project Officer, on 01792 635422 or email email@example.com.
This is your chance to win a month’s free advertising for your business on Swansea’s Big Screen in Castle Square!
Help us give a great big Welsh welcome to visitors of Gŵyl Croeso/ Croeso Event, enter the ‘Best Dressed Welsh Themed Shop Window/ Market Stall’ to be in with a chance of winning this prize worth over £500!
Funding received from Welsh Government’s Strategic Business Growth Grant Scheme.
Swansea University’s Academi Hywel Teifi is a centre of excellence for studying the Welsh language and its literature, it promotes Welsh-medium teaching and research across the subjects offered by the University and it works to ensure a greater status for the language in all aspects of the university’s life and in south-west Wales. The Academi is home to Learn Welsh – Swansea Bay Region, the Swansea Branch of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and Swansea Valley’s Welsh Centre, Tŷ’r Gwrhyd.
“We’re thrilled to be a sponsor of the Croeso Swansea 2020 Festival, an event that proudly champions all things Welsh. For over 30 years, we have been dedicated to the supply and promotion of the finest quality food from the Welsh regions and our range is unparalleled in the industry. We’re delighted to be involved in helping to celebrate Wales’ national day and to showcase the rich culture and heritage that our great country has to offer. We wish you all a very happy St David’s Day.”
LWSBR provides Welsh courses for adults across the region, From Gower to Margam; and from Pontarddulais to Pontardawe (and beyond) – we’ve a long list of classes all at various levels, which means that if you live and work here, you shouldn’t have to travel too far to attend a suitable class.
Swansea Business Improvement District works hard to make Swansea City Centre a better place to shop, study, stay, visit and do business.
The first BID in Wales, Swansea BID has been making our City Centre cleaner, safer and more welcoming since 2006, raising its profile via events and marketing campaigns, bringing bottom-line benefits to businesses, and enhancing the experience of City Centre users. A business-led and funded partnership, BID delivers on a set of agreed priorities, encompassing parking and transportation, cleansing, safety and security, marketing and events and commercial business and facilitation. As Swansea embraces a crucial new chapter Swansea BID looks forward to continuing its work.