CHILDREN at Ty Gobaith hospice in Conwy got Dydd Miwsig Cymru, the Welsh Music Day, party started with a special Welsh language disco.

Last year more than 300 schools nationwide got involved in the fun, and this year the party went to children who sadly can't be in school to celebrate by visiting hospices and children’s charities across Wales.

With DJ Bustach on the decks and a special visit from Siarter Iaith (Welsh Language Charter) mascots Seren and Sbarc, the children at Ty Gobaith were over the moon to be included in the festivities.

The hospice provides free care to children with life threatening conditions and their families, many of whom speak Welsh as a first language.

Angharad Davies, Head of Care at Ty Gobaith, said: “We are thrilled to have celebrated Dydd Miwsig Cymru with the disco.

"The atmosphere in the room has been magical. We look after Welsh speaking and non Welsh speaking families and it’s been great to see everyone enjoying the music together. ”

Dydd Miwsig Cymru, is always a standout day in the Welsh music calendar, and this year is no different.

2020 marks the fifth Dydd Miwsig Cymru, with people in Wales and across the globe getting together to celebrate the rich Welsh language music scene. School children across Wales joined in the fun with a host of activities, including holding their own Dydd Miwsig discos.