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Gwawr Jones is now a member of WEST COAST EISTEDDFOD ONLINE SHORT STORY COMPETITION
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Brian y Tarw Llwyd left a comment for Alan Peter Fear
"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…"
2 hours ago
Brian y Tarw Llwyd left a comment for Marc Mordey
"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…"
2 hours ago
Nick Stradling replied to Dorian True's discussion Overseas tourism, Are we spending enough?
"Great stuff Brian right up my alley. I'll be retweeting that later when I have a moment. "
7 hours ago
Brian Stephen John replied to Dorian True's discussion Overseas tourism, Are we spending enough?
"Thanks for drawing attention to that interesting article, Nick.  Right on the money.  I've been saying something very similar on my blog -- in relation to TV programming and the lack of a single Welsh costume drama worth the name:
http://brian-angel…"
7 hours ago
Nick Stradling replied to Dorian True's discussion Overseas tourism, Are we spending enough?
"For sure. Written about this for Cymru Culture magazine. Look at the films of Ireland & Scotland. All place nations in historical or cultural context , often as fighting  against England. When Scotland homaged Wallace in Braveheart and Ireland did M…"
8 hours ago
Brian Stephen John replied to Dorian True's discussion Overseas tourism, Are we spending enough?
"Good points, Nick.  By the way, did you have an uncle / father / grandfather in Jesus College Oxford around 1958?  Just wondering..... since there aren't all that many Stradlings around.......
One of the difficulties we have in Wales, I think, is th…"
8 hours ago
Huw Llywelyn Rees posted a blog post
 At 9.15 am on Friday, October 21, 1966 a waste tip slid down a mountainside into the mining village of Aberfan.  It first destroyed a farm cottage in its path, killing all the occupants.  At Pantglas Junior School, just below, the children had just…
8 hours ago
Nick Stradling replied to Dorian True's discussion Overseas tourism, Are we spending enough?
"On the subject of putting Wales into a clear context, I think educating people (international & domestic) about our history is vital. We can't expect the Welsh people to change their country for the better when most of us have actually no idea what…"
8 hours ago
Marc Mordey left a comment for Marc Mordey
"Diolch Ceri (sadly , my command of the Welsh language is very small) and congratulations on setting up such an excellent site ; brilliant! I know Cardiff well as was a (Politics and History) student there in the late 70's/early 80's and had very goo…"
9 hours ago
gaabi posted a blog post
The top banner spot on AmeriCymru now has four openings for ads through Christmas!

Your 1170 pixel by 187 pixel, color graphic ad could appear on AmeriCymru every day from now through Christmas, appearing for a full day on a daily rotation through…
14 hours ago
Ceri Shaw left a comment for Alan Peter Fear
"Croeso Alan......croeso i AmeriCymru. Portland Oregon here, formerly from Cardiff south Wales. My partner Gaabriel and I set up this site six yeas ago as a social site for the Welsh, ex-pats and persons of Welsh descent from around the world. Since…"
16 hours ago
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