Team Wales joined NUT Cymru for the National Urdd Eisteddfod ,at Llancaiach Fawr, to spread key anti-racism messages.
The Urdd National Eisteddfod is an annual Welsh-language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts organised by Urdd Gobaith Cymru.
This year’s Maes was held in Nelson Caerphilly.
Campaign Worker Jason Webber and Education Workers Noam and Lindsey took the opportunity to engage with young people, parents and teachers during the week.
During the week SRtRC ran a keepy uppy competition, which saw over 70 young people take part for the opportunity to win tickets for Wales’s crucial qualifier against Belgium (prize courtesy of the NUT Cymru).
The competition was won by Tommy Brown from Ysgol Gynradd Llanrug (Gwynedd) with 120 keepy uppys.
Staff spoke with young people about racism, whilst they had the chance to design and make their own anti-racism badges and artwork on the stall.
SRtRC gave out thousands of posters of sports clubs across Wales along with our educational magazine.
To view photos from the week click HERE
We would like to thank the NUT for allowing us to share their stall at the Eisteddfod.