A Poem for For Howard Bevan

  Little Hamston For Howard Bevan The surge of green that overruns the kitchen garden, where it rests between hawthorn and stone, maroons the swimming orchard’s sharp harvest. Green shade, where the last bee drones, slows the chariot wings, compressed behind the brazen honeycombs and Time is stilled, and quiet, blessed. Welsh slates on the long roof leaden. Sky curves […]

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Welsh Learners at Clwb Clonc

Meet the tutor 1-3pm 04/09/2019 Canolfan Wenvoe Community Centre Dewch am sgwrs â’r tiwtor If you pop into Pugh’s garden centre on a Monday morning you might notice a group of people chatting in Welsh over their coffees. Some may speak quickly and others throw in English words to keep the conversation going. This is because this self-organised group is […]

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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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Queen’s Birthday Honour

Queen’s Birthday Honour for Abi Reader of Goldsland Farm Many people living in Wenvoe have been talking to the What’s On Team about the worthy MBE honour bestowed upon Abi Reader, in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Abi farms with her parents John and Jennifer, and her uncle, Robert, at Goldsland Farm. The MBE recognises Abi’s services to farming. As […]

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