The 2018 Hoel Senni Eisteddfod puts particular emphasis on encouraging youth creativity in many art forms. This year Christ College was very successful in the U18 photography competition and this showcases the talent of our students.
Emily Healings year 13 won first prize with her image of an icy scene of the river Usk near Sennybridge.
The Powys Championships were held at the track at Penlan, Brecon May 24th. Schools from the whole of Powys attended and competition was incredibly stiff.
Dafydd Brown won second prize with his dramatic and imposing image of a glacial lake in North Wales.
Imogen Phillips won third prize with her dynamic photograph of orange slices splashing into water.
Congratulations to these students, we are very proud of your achievements.
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