Our coverage in English from the National Eisteddfod 2014

Image caption The pink pavilion dominates the Eisteddfod maes

The National Eisteddfod is the largest cultural event of its kind in Europe. It takes place annually during the first week of August and this year was held in Llanelli between 2-9 August.

If you're not a Welsh speaker but would like to see results, video highlights, photos and news from this year's festival, you can click around the links below.

Results and video highlights

Comprehensive results including video highlights of the top three competitors and videos of the five main ceremonies, including the Crowning on Monday, the Prose Medal on Wednesday and the Chairing on Friday.

Results for Satruday 9 August

Results for Friday evening 8 August

Results for Friday 8 August

Results for Thursday 7 August

Results for Wednesday evening 6 August

Results for Wednesday 6 August

Results for Tuesday 5 August

Results for Monday 4 August

Results for Sunday 3 August

Results for Saturday 2 August

Pictures from around the Maes

You can also look back at the week in pictures in our daily galleries from the Eisteddfod.

Picture gallery for Saturday 9 August

Picture gallery for Friday 8 August

Picture gallery for Thursday 7 August

Picture gallery for Wednesday 6 August

Picture gallery for Tuesday 5 August

Picture gallery for Monday 4 August

Picture gallery for Sunday 3 August

Picture gallery for Saturday 2 August

Colours of Carmarthenshire picture gallery

Get the lowdown on the Eisteddfod

We had all the lowdown on the Eisteddfod including a list of handy words and phrases, a map of the area with directions and information about the shuttle bus route and links to public transport information. If you're still not sure what the Eisteddfod's all about, check out our Eisteddfod essentials. And to really get to grips with the Eisteddfod's bardic traditions, its rituals and mystical symbolism, check out our fantastic step by step iWonder guide to the festival and its fascinating history.

News from the festival

Throughout the week BBC Wales news online covered all the top news stories from the Eisteddfod.

Radio and Television

BBC Cymru Wales' live coverage from the Eisteddfod was available on S4C with English language subtitles. Radio Wales also broadcasted daily from the Eisteddfod, while Wales Today reported from the Maes every evening at 6.30pm on BBC One Wales.

A guide to the Eisteddfod - what it's all about

To find out more about what the Eisteddfod is all about and its history, visit the Eisteddfod's official website.

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