Congratulations to Elen and Tomos, Lleuwen and Swyn Haf, the winners of Cyw’s jokes competition!
Celebrate with a bellyful of laughs!

1. The competition is open to all except individuals employed by S4C, Boom Cymru (the Company), their families and other companies associated with the competition.

2. Entrants must be under 16 years of age to enter.

3. To enter you must email a video of you saying a Welsh joke, you can also write the joke in an email and send it to by the closing date.

4. Three winners will be chosen from the competitors who have competed by the closing date and time.

5. Any entries made after the closing date and time will not be entered into the competition.

6. The winners will be announced on the Grand Hour on the 23rd of April, 2021. Prizes will be sent out to the winners as soon as possible.

7. The competition closes at noon on the 16th of April, 2021.

8. The decision of the Company and S4C is final.

9. The prize will be the Cyw pack. No prize can be exchanged and there is no cash alternative to a prize.

10. No responsibility will be taken for applications that fail to arrive.

11. By entering to enter the competition, you are committing to these rules.

12. Boom Cymru and S4C will only use the personal data provided for the purposes of administering the competition. The information provided will be collected and processed in accordance with the Boom Cymru Data Protection Regulation and Privacy Notice which you can view by visiting the website: S4C’s Privacy Policy can be found at

13. These terms and conditions apply in accordance with the law of England and Wales.

14. If you have any questions about the Competition please contact Llinos T Davies or Branwen Gwyn at Boom Cymru on 029 20 550 550 or the S4C Viewers Hotline 0370 600 4141.

15. If a child is in a video, we will contact you to obtain permission to show the video on the Cyw television broadcast and website. If we are unable to obtain this permission, the video will not be shown or valid to enter the competition.

16. We particularly encourage applications from those who are under-represented, including young disabled children and children from ethnically diverse backgrounds.