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    MORE FROM PAUL STEFFAN JONES: CLICK HERE World war by its very definition touches many people in many places. Those tending the tranquil slopes of Mynydd Epynt and Mynydd Bwlch-y-Groes in Breconshire in late 1939 could have been forgiven if they...

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    A new memoir published this week paints a vivid picture of life in the South Wales Valleys during the 1930s, and evokes the strong community spirit of the valleys in that period. In A Childhood in a Welsh Mining Valley, author and ex-Congregational...

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    FOR MORE WELSH RECIPES: CLICK HERE AmeriCymru: Hi Matt, care to tell us a little about your Welsh background and when you decided to become a chef? Matt: My father Phil guy is from llanberis the foot of snowdon and works in the electric mountain my...

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    Slaughterhouse Wales


    MORE FROM PAUL STEFFAN JONES: CLICK HERE Welsh Serial Killers I grew up in a small village in West Wales. The nearest railway line had been discontinued two years after my birth and the motorway never got close. My best friend was the son of a...

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    UPDATE: This is just a brief note to say that since we announced closure of the site, a number of people have stepped up with proposals to prevent the site shutting down. I hope to get back to you all within a week or two with a more detailed report....

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    Weather Forecast


    I wait for a storm that has a name more known than people I know vaguely more known than me I wait for a storm that knows me that names me ... BUY 'THE TRIGGER-HAPPINESS' HERE

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    Remember Remember


    MORE FROM PAUL STEFFAN JONES: CLICK HERE 5th November Remembrance Sunday then some wasteful argument about football players wearing poppies or not we escaped being defeated by German Wunderwaffe but still insist on such handbags I remember...

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    COTTON WOLF: LIFE IN ANALOGUE


    Following the critical success of their three remarkable EPs, Moxa, Cloud City and Catapelt, the union of Welsh ‘Super Producer’ Llion Robertson and classically-trained composer Seb Goldfinch as pioneering musical duo, Cotton Wolf bears the fruit of...

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    MORE ON ANI GLASS HERE AmeriCymru: Hi Ani and many thanks for agreeing to this interview. I think many people will be excited by the impending release of your EP. Care to introduce "Ffrwydrad Tawel" for our readers? Ani: ‘Ffrwydrad Tawel’ is named after...

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    AmeriCymru: Hi Dafydd, care to tell us a little about your Welsh background and the reasons for your move to Seattle? Dafydd: Hello, and thank you very much for letting me write a little bit about my time here in Seattle, and hello to everyone reading....

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