Welcome to Ryde Eisteddfod

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The Edna Wilde Scholarship was set up by Ryde City Council to mark the contribution made by its hardworking and long serving councillor, Edna Wilde OAM, on the occasion of her retiring from council.   Edna is keen this be shared across all disciplines - look for criteria in the various disciplines

Volunteers are the backbone of the Eisteddfod. This is rewarding  experience as they attend  great performances by keen and talented children.   Have a look at the regular Volunteer Tasks - and then when the Rosters go up - consider volunteering for one of the tasks.  NEW NEED - (youthful) volunteers with computer/video/audio skills.   With the practice people have been able to develop in terms of home videoing etc. we are looking forward to introducing some innovative events in the future building on this.



Volunteers always welcome, Contribute now - learn more about the many different roles volunteers can undertake - see the menu item "Volunteering"

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Help and General Information

Need help? or lookng for some more information? Have a look at CONTACTS to get email addresses or phone numbers. Look at GENERAL INFORMATION topics to find out details about dates, adjudicators, rules, events …

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Ryde City Council provides the North Ryde Community Centre in Cox's Road, the West Ryde Community and Station Street Halls in West Ryde and is currently developing a major performance space at Top Ryde. In the meantime the Eisteddfod is using other halls in the area including Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club.

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Stories from Past Competitors

Have you a story to tell from your performances at Ryde Eisteddfod. Send it in to publicity @rydeeisteddfod.org and ask for it to be included

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