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A former pupil has gone far...

Well done to former pupil Epsie Thompson, who has won the Bryn Terfel Urdd Scholarship 2018. There were six shortlisted names with this year's evening being held in the Llandrindod Wells Pavilion in Powys.

The winner received a prize of £ 4,000 to use in order to develop their talent for the future.

"I cannot believe I've won this Scholarship, I think it will take some days to realize that it's not a dream," she said after the announcement.

"This award will be a great help for me with my study costs in London as I am very keen to make sure that I take every opportunity to experience experiences in the field.

"I would like to thank my family for all the support, and to all the teachers and music tutors who have helped me over the years."

Epsie received her education at Bryngwyn School, Llanelli and then Chethams College of Music in Manchester.

She is now studying a postgraduate degree in music at the Royal Academy of Music in London.

Earlier this year she won the first prize for instrumentalists under the age of 30 at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod.

His ambition is to play the flute professionally in an orchestra.

Congratulations Epsie!!