AN INTERNATIONAL harpist was the star guest as a Wrexham school celebrated a day of Welsh music.

The Wrexham Early Years Centre on Prince Charles Road, Caia Park, took part in Miwsig Cymru, a day which celebrates all forms of Welsh Language music.

And the centre, which prepares infant children for school, welcomed world renowned harp soloist Dylan Cernyw, along with pupils from neighbouring St Anne's CP School to take part in the festivities.

Wrexham Early Years Centre headteacher Rhian Hughes said: "Today was a celebration of Welsh language music and although we have celebrated it before we wanted to do something really special this year.

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"We had a visit from Dylan Cernyw and St Anne's pupils came to visit us as they have sung for us before, and it was an amazing morning, absolutely fabulous.

"There were traditional Welsh songs sung, pop songs, interactive signing, dancing and drumming. It was lots of fun.

"It was wonderful and I think a lot of the staff enjoyed it as much as the pupils."

She added: "It's helped the pupils learn some Welsh without even realising it because they have had that much fun, and having Dylan Cernyw was a real coup for us.

"Everyone is still buzzing just a few hours later."