Cofiwch Dryweryn. Please.

Since the vandalism of the ‘Cofiwch Dryweryn’ mural near Aberystwyth earlier this year, I’ve noticed ‘Cofiwch Dryweryn’ signs reminiscent of the original appearing all over Wales – and all over the world, too. It feels like a nation coming together and showing that even if you try to silence us, we will continue to tell our story so that history […]

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Cosmeston Stroll

  Why does a walking report have a picture of smiling people sitting in a cafe, sipping coffee and eating cake, to accompany it?   The answer is straightforward: the chat and the coffee (other beverages are available!), are an important and integral part of any Cosmeston stroll. On this spring walk, Betty and Helen found themselves leading the walk. […]

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Upcoming Events

  Meet the Author: Ian Pate talks about ‘Motorway Madness’. See page 12 for details. National Limerick Day: May 12th. Win a bottle of Prosecco and help celebrate Edward Lear’s birthday by writing a short, humorous, nonsense poem. Within a Limerick, there are five lines; the first two lines rhyme with the fifth line, and the third and fourth lines […]

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