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Huw Llywelyn Rees posted a blog post
Owain ap Gruffydd c. 1100 – 28 November 1170) was King of Gwynedd from 1137 until his death in 1170.  He became a key figure in Welsh resistance to Norman rule and the first native prince to adopt the title Prince of the Welsh, which was recognised…
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Robert Edward Gurney is now a member of Welsh Books of the Month Club
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Huw Llywelyn Rees posted a blog post
    The Owain Glyndŵr Society was founded in November 1996.  The society was formed in Carmarthen with the intention of marking the six hundredth anniversary of Owain Glyndwr's revolt in September 1400.  On September 16th 2000, the exact anniversary…
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Dorothy Marie Elizabeth Lanasa left a comment for Ceri Shaw
"Thanks Ceri for the re-post for a single entry of The Paper Boy. I am somewhat not too technical when there is something I have not learnt yet.  Heah, good luck In the contest!  How lucky you are to come from such a beautiful country!  I have never…"
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Ceri Shaw posted discussions in WEST COAST EISTEDDFOD ONLINE SHORT STORY COMPETITION
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND READERS!
I was about to submit another short story thinking previous submissions had been lost.
What is the rule? Is it one story per author?
  • Ceri Shaw Hi Vivian

    You can submit up to 4 stories in the competition .
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Brian Roser posted a discussion in WEST COAST EISTEDDFOD ONLINE SHORT STORY COMPETITION
     Mr. McAdams walked down the worn, sterile corridor of the nursing home, seeing to his patients.  The manager liked to refer to them as cherished guests, but that didn’t make it true.  Every one of the cherished guests was sick in one way or ano…
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Ceri Shaw left a comment for Dorothy Marie Elizabeth Lanasa
"Hi Dorothy....no worries....I'll repost your story in the competition group later today.
Ceri"
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Brian y Tarw Llwyd left a comment for Sheila Shigley
"Cyfarchion!  Hail and well met!  Croeso i AmeriCymru, soon to be your favorite website!  Hopefully :-)  Check out the various interest groups ( http://americymru.net/group ), and please feel free to upload any videos and pictures!  All the old video…"
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