Calon Lân Festival

We are closed and all future events are postponed until the Corona Virus situation is resolved. We would like to thank health workers and people in the vital service sectors for the truly heroic work they are doing to alleviate the crisis. We are all in this together and together we will see better days - Stay Safe, Stay Home

Only a pure heart can sing

Dim ond calon lân all ganu

Sing the day and sing the night

Canu'r dydd a chanu'r nos

A Music, Literature and Poetry event celebrating the legacy of Calon Lân and the life and works of its author, Welsh Bard Daniel James (Gwyrosydd).

2020 will mark 100 years since the passing of Daniel James who is laid to rest at the Calon Lân Centre, Mynyddbach Chapel in Swansea.

As part of the festival, this special Summer Event will take place at the Calon Lân Centre on the 15th May 2020 featuring live music, Welsh Authors, Poetry, talks, guided tours of the centre and more.


The Home of Calon Lan

The Calon Lan Centre

The Calon Lân centre project has been set up to maintain and encourage an understanding of our local heritage. The main aim of the organisation is to give communities a sense of belonging and identity using the history of the local area and the story of Calon Lân to bring people together. The centre is based at Mynyddbach Chapel in Swansea and is the home and burial place of the Welsh Bard Gwyrosydd who wrote amongst other things the words to the famous Welsh Hymn Calon Lân.

The Calon Lan Centre is supported by the Landfill Disposals Tax Communities Scheme. Calon Lan Centre Website