The Competition

Create a picture of either Bledd or Cef, Cadi’s dragons, or a picture of Cadi and the dragons!

The competition is open to individuals or you could compete as a whole class.

The deadline 11:59 on 18 October 2023 – go for it!

The Prize

A huge pile of Cyw books – good luck!



  1. The competition is open to everyone except individuals employed by S4C, Boom Cymru, and other companies associated with the competition and their immediate families.
  2. Entrants must be under 16 to enter.
  3. To compete, you must send a photo of Bledd and Cef, Cadi’s dragons, or a photo of Cadi and the dragons to Cyw’s email address which is or send it by post to “Freepost Cyw”.
  4. 1 winner will receive a huge stack of Cyw books (comprising 19 books)
  5. The decision of the Company and S4C is final.
  6. The competition closes at 11:59am on 18 October 2023
  7. Any entries made after the closing date and time will not be entered into the competition.
  8. No responsibility will be taken for applications that fail to arrive before the closing date.
  9. The winners will be announced on Awr Fawr Cyw, on Friday 25 October 2023, and on Cyw’s Social accounts on that day.
  10. By contacting to compete in the competition, you commit to these rules.
  11. No prize is redeemable.
  12. There is no cash alternative to prize.
  13. Participation in the competition is interpreted as a commitment to these rules. For more information regarding the use of your personal data refer to S4C’s privacy policy
  14. These terms and conditions are operative in accordance with the law of England and Wales.
  15. If you have any questions regarding the Competition then please contact the Boom crew, contact – Beth Tame: 02920 550 550 /
  16. If there is a child in a photo or video, we will contact you to secure permission to show the photos on Cyw’s TV broadcast and website. If we are unable to secure this permission, the photo will not be shown or valid to be part of the competition.
  17. We particularly encourage applications from those who are under-represented, including young disabled children and children from diverse ethnic backgrounds.