PEOPLE from all across Wales and beyond have been enjoying themselves in the glorious sunshine in Llanrwst during day three of the 2019 National Eisteddfod.

With a range of competitions being held throughout the day, and the whole week, families have been gathering on the Maes to see what they can find.

Music and Dance competitions have been taking place at The Pavilion since Saturday morning and a host of local talent have already been awarded prizes. Several more will be honoured throughout the week.

The highlight of day three in Llanrwst was the awarding of the robes over at The Gorsedd. Wales rugby stars Ken Owens and Jonathan Davies and presenter Aled Samuel were the big names to be inducted, but there were several other notable names from the local area who were also honoured.

There have been performances at the Literary Pavilion all day too with the likes of Eigra Lewis Roberts and Professor M Wynn Thomas entertaining guests.

Elsewhere, there has been films shown at the cinema area, plenty of food and drinks to keep guests happy, an eye-catching science show and plenty of wonderful art and crafts designs.

Speaking on his experience of the show so far, Eurfryn Hughes, who will be here for the whole week, said: "I've been to every single Esiteddfod for the last twenty years now, me and my wife love it. No matter where it's being held, we go there.

"Llanrwst is a lovely place and luckily the weather has been good so far as well, so hopefully it will continue. It's great seeing so many people come together to celebrate all things Welsh."