Choirs and druids, brass bands and bards - all part of the Welsh National Eisteddfod.
Druids take part in ancient ceremony at the Royal National Eisteddfod, Colwyn Bay, Wales.
Robed individuals carry out ancient rituals for the National Eisteddfod.
The Gorsedd Ceremony takes place at the start of the Annual Eisteddfod in Swansea, Wales.
The Annual Welsh National Festival - The Eisteddfod - begins in Colwyn Bay.
The Welsh National Eisteddfod is opened in the ruins of Carnarvon (Caernarfon) Castle.
Lord Ashburnham presides over Eisteddfod festival. Pembroke, Wales.
Procession of druids at Carnarvon Castle, poet Tom Huws is crowned Bard.
People gather for the famous Welsh cultural festival.
Material relating to newsreel story "International Eisteddfod" - 53/53
Opening of the National Eisteddfod in the grounds of Cardiff Castle in Wales.
Material relating to newsreel story "National Eisteddfod" - 52/65.
The Welsh National Eisteddfod starts with a ceremony on a hilltop.
The Welsh National Eisteddfod is proclaimed for 1929 in Liverpool, with ancient Bardic rites.
Footage of artists performing at the Welsh National Eisteddfod. Colwyn Bay, Wales.
Celts honour their tradition even in France.
New Archdruid is proclaimed by the retiring Archdruid in a traditional ceremony.
Trick Comedy film by Georges Méliès.
Traditional Cornish wrestling in St. Austell.
Orange belt Jim Pook, aged four, demonstrates his skill at a judo class in Highgate, London.
Tommy Farr wins in front of home crowd. Pontypridd, Wales.
Welsh travelogue - scenery, traditions, costumes etc. c 1956