On Friday 20 July between mid-day and 3pm children and parents in the Cwmtawe area will have the chance to enjoy a fun–filled afternoon at PlanTawe Summer Festival held at Waverley Park, Clydach.
Entry to the festival is free and amongst the host of events taking place will be nursery folk dancing, an ukelele workshop, activities organised by Swansea City Football Club, a story session with Dewin and Magi Ann and sports organised by the Urdd.
Information stands will also be manned by Swansea and Neath Libraries, South Wales Police, and Swansea Family Information Service (Best Start).
The festival is organised by Cymraeg for Kids (a project run by Mudiad Meithrin) along with Mentrau Iaith Swansea and Neath Port Talbot.
The aim of Cymraeg for Kids is to increase the numbers of Welsh speakers among children of nursery age through Cymraeg for Kids groups for families of very young children and babies in specific areas in Wales.
Leanne Walker, Swansea Cymraeg for Kids officer, said:
“It is a pleasure to organise the PlanTawe festival again this year following the success of the inaugural festival last year. We look forward to developing this new Welsh Community festival aimed at families with nursery children in Clydach and the surrounding areas.”