Tag Archives: Welsh language

Saturday, 6th August, 2016

Politicking Again      The democratically elected Leader of the Labour Party clashed with his rival for the Leadership in Cardiff this week.   It was a real row at times!      Mr. Corbyn can honestly be called “Old Labour”, inasmuch as … Continue reading

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Saturday, 13th February, 2016

Protect The Language . . .      . . . protect our history.   Because, if we do not know about our past, we cannot understand our present and plan for our future.      Yes, I know I’m a dullard when … Continue reading

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Saturday, 28th November, 2015.

Cruel Cuts      Those of us who treasure Welsh culture are saddened by the news that S4C may have its funding cut by the Wasteminster government.   Even Guto Bebb, the Aberconwy Tory MP, is showing his displeasure at such a … Continue reading

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Saturday, 7th November, 2015

Under Attack      As my readers will know, I am a keen learner of the Welsh language.   It is an ancient tongue and very much a part of the heritage of Wales.      Wrexham Council, though, does not seem to … Continue reading

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Saturday, 10th October, 2015

Music To Our Ears?      Robin Huw Bowen, a harpist of international reputation, complained in the HSBC, Aberystwyth, that the lettering in Welsh on a “Welcome” sign was smaller than on the English version.      That caused a bit of a … Continue reading

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Saturday, 11th July, 2015.

Still Under Threat?      I pass through many parts of Wales, and each part has a special magic brought about, I reckon, by the magic of Wales.   Each area, it seems, has its own, individual community culture, and there’s … Continue reading

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Saturday, 2nd May, 2015.

An Independent Wales!      This week, a friend was visiting a part of our land where he has holidayed before.   In his digs – er, holiday home! – he had all mod-cons.   So, each evening, he and his wife relaxed … Continue reading

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