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Pennod 2

Cyfres arbennig yn rhoi cip tu ôl i'r llenni ar fenter Antur Waunfawr. Series taking a look behind the scenes at the Antur Waunfawr enterprise. First shown in 2009.


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-In a quiet Snowdonia village

-between mountain and sea...

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-..there is a remarkable place.

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-The story of its enterprise

-and success has spread...

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-..and influenced countries

-all over the world.

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-In 1984, Gwynn Davies from Waunfawr

-set up a special centre...

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-..that offered work and a chance

-to contribute to the community...

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-..to people with

-learning disabilities.

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-25 years later, the enterprise

-has become a successful business...

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-..winning subtantial contracts...

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-..and is one of

-the area's leading employers.

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-Antur Waunfawr's success

-attracts attention, far and near.

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-Today, prominent

-politicians have called by.

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-Chief administrator Menna Jones

-explains how the place is run.

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-Menna and Jill Wyn,

-Chair of the Antur board...

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-..welcome the MEP Gill Evans

-and local MP Hywel Williams.

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-Who's coming here today?

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-Who's coming here today?

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-Hywel Williams and...

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-..Gill something.

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-Important people.

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-What do they want?

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-To see Antur,

-so that people get work.

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-Do people like MPs come here a lot?

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-Sometimes, when

-there's something important.

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-Who'd like tea or coffee?

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-Meical Jones makes sure

-they all get a cuppa.

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-Can I have coffee?

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-Can I have coffee?

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-Tea for me.

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-Tea for me.

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-Do you want coffee or tea?

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-Do you want coffee or tea?

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-Black coffee, please.

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-How many of each one do you want?

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-How many of each one do you want?

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-Two coffees.

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-Three coffees and two teas.

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-Three coffees and two teas.

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-Two teas, right.

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-The politicians are interested

-in the way Antur has developed.

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-Classified as a charity initially...

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-..Antur is now more of a business.

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-Menna goes to

-a business meeting next.

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-We have to be innovative and think

-about new options constantly...

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-..about what doesn't work

-and how we can adapt.

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-Our chief aim is to ensure work for

-people with learning disabilities.

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-That's always our baseline.

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-In Caernarfon,

-Antur Waunfawr has a site...

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-..where old furniture

-is given a new lease of life.

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-Purpose-built by Antur,

-Warws Werdd employs ten workers...

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-..providing Antur

-with more than 100,000 annually.

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-It sells house and office furniture.

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-And whatever its condition

-on arrival, the lads take care...

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-..that they're clean and in good

-condition before they are sold.

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-It's Friday, the only day

-that Mel Parry is in Warws...

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-..to welcome and help customers.

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-What are you doing now?

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-What are you doing now?

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-Selling furniture.

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-Everything.

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-Who are they?

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-He's Peter.

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-The other one is Llion.

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-Llion?

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-Llion?

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-Yes.

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-Hi.

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-Do a lot of people come here?

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-Do a lot of people come here?

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-We want them here.

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-So we get money.

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-Where does the money go?

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-The bank.

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-There are a lot

-of interesting things here.

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-I like this chair with daffodils.

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-They're like trees, nice.

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-Do you enjoy working here?

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-Do you enjoy working here?

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-Yes.

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-More than the gardening?

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-More than the gardening?

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-I have fun here.

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-I have to do the gardening too.

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-What are you looking for?

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-I was looking for bookcases.

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-But while I'm here,

-I'm looking for a wardrobe as well.

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-I don't want to take them today,

-I thought I'd have a quick look...

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-..and see what there was

-'cos Dylan wanted some bookcases.

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-Where are you from?

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-From Prenteg.

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-Near Tremadog.

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-I know where that is. Nice there.

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-I had to get glass, so I thought

-I'd call in to see what you have.

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-There are more customers.

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-Oh, she's going.

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-Oh, well.

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-Rob Evans and driver Brian Jones...

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-..are old hands at collecting

-and delivering furniture.

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-But today will be challenging.

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-They haven't seen their destination,

-but they know how big the sofa is.

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-LAUGHTER

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-We're in for some fun!

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-If it doesn't get in,

-we'll leave it outside.

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-Is it big?

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-It's big.

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-It's longer than the usual sofas.

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-What's the worst

-thing you've had to deliver?

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-Big wardrobes. Everything.

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-Have you ever failed?

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-Yes. We had to take the door off!

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-Hopefully, there will be more

-room for the sofa than the van.

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-The present economic climate

-affects Warws Werdd in two ways.

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-The demand for second-hand furniture

-has increased, but less comes in.

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-People can't afford to get rid

-of old furniture and buy new things.

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-David John Evans and Gareth

-Griffiths are renovating a table.

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-It's a lot of work.

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-Yes.

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-It really is a lot of work.

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-Do you enjoy it?

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-Do you enjoy it?

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-Yes.

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-Look at your sleeve.

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-Covered.

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-Although the Antur workers can

-move between the different sites...

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-..and get plenty of variety,

-some choose to stay on one site...

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-..to develop and practise

-specific work skills.

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-Sometimes, professionals

-run courses for the workers.

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-I've just done an NVQ in woodwork.

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-An NVQ?

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-Yes.

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-That's handy.

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-How long does it take to get it?

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-A lot.

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-It's good to have it.

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-It's good to have it.

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-A certificate.

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-Back in Bethesda, they need

-a lot of skill to get the sofa...

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-..into its new home.

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-Do you often have problems?

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-Do you often have problems?

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-Yes.

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-Sometimes, we must take doors off.

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-Do you want me to take the top end?

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-It's stuck.

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-That way?

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-In the cafe kitchen in Waunfawr,

-they prepare for a special visit.

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-But first, Anwen Fletcher

-makes sure the atmosphere is right.

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-OK, Anwen? How is it going?

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-OK, Anwen? How is it going?

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-OK.

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-This isn't on.

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-Will you put the plug in, please?

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-It's on the side.

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-Anwen, come and have a look.

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-You've got a CD,

-so push that to the end.

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-Wait a bit.

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-Press that.

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-MUSIC

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-Take your finger away. You see No 1?

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-Yes.

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-BACKGROUND MUSIC

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-Who do you like best?

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-Who do you like best?

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-Me?

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-I like that. John and Alun.

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-I like that. John and Alun.

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-You like John and Alun?

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-I like that. John and Alun.

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-Yes.

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-Music cheers everyone up

-and makes the work much easier.

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-The train comes here sometimes.

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-Visitors come to Antur.

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-Do a lot of people come here?

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-Do a lot of people come here?

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-Yes.

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-Do you give them food?

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-Are they nice to you?

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-Do people come here from all over?

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-Not just people from Waunfawr?

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-People from Waunfawr too.

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-From Waunfawr and Caernarfon.

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-From Waunfawr and Caernarfon.

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-Yes.

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-Today, visitors from Caernarfon

-are coming on the train.

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-With comedian Tudur Owen,

-a crew has been invited...

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-..to see what Antur Waunfawr can

-offer them when they leave school.

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-Do you know what I've done?

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-Do you know what I've done?

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-What? He's forgotten his car!

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-My car is in Caernarfon.

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-So when I get to Waunfawr...

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-..I haven't got a car.

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-How will I get back?

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-Walk.

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-Walk.

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-It's too far to walk!

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-LAUGHTER

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-Can you lend me a bike?

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-Can you lend me a bike?

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-No.

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-Oh, no!

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-What am I going to do now?

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-Come on the bus with us.

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-There's no room for him!

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-There's no room for him!

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-No room for me on the bus?

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-No, it's full.

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-No, it's full.

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-Thanks, Gemma. I'm friends with you!

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-A warm welcome awaits Ysgol

-Pendalar's pupils and Tudur...

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-..when Antur's workers greet them.

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-How are you, mate?

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-How are you?

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-How are you?

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-How are you?

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-I haven't seen you for ages.

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-Tudur Owen!

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-Long time, no see. You haven't

-been to see my show for ages.

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-He's funny!

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-Meical welcomes them again.

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-Then, they are divided

-into groups for various activities.

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-While Pendalar's pupils

-visit the Antur...

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-..Menna goes to a staff meeting

-to discuss a new project.

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-I have a staff meeting now.

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-We'll discuss Warws Werdd.

-We have a new manager there.

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-It's really just to see

-how the team is working.

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-Sales are slightly down

-because of the economic climate.

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-Things like that affect us.

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-Often one can't foresee

-what will happen.

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-For example, a Caernarfon company...

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-..that used to give us a lot

-of spare furniture has gone bust.

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-We don't have such problems...

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-..but things that happen

-elsewhere can affect us.

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-We have thought of moving into

-the making of clothes.

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-Menna has heard of a new

-contract she can compete for...

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-..to sell second-hand clothes.

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-Before going for it 100%,

-she must discuss it with staff.

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-With less furniture coming in, this

-could be just right for Warws Werdd.

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-In the meantime, Mel does his best

-to clear the furniture in stock.

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-I'll show you. I'm Mel. How are you?

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

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-Yes, thanks. Who are you?

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-Remember me working at Evan Jones?

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-Oh, yes.

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-I left there long ago.

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-Where do you live now?

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-Where do you live now?

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-Caernarfon, but I don't work now.

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-Don't you?

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-No. I'm lucky!

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-It's here.

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-Do you want these?

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-No, I want a chair...

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-..like the one

-the lad is sitting on.

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-What kind?

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-To sit by a computer.

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-An office chair.

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-There's one here.

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-This one.

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-It's too light.

-I'm too heavy for that.

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-The same, but I want a bigger one.

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-The same, but I want a bigger one.

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-You want a big one.

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-You want a big one.

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-Er...

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-There are none there.

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-There are none there.

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-No.

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-We'll have to leave it, then.

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-I'll leave my details

-at the counter.

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-If customers don't see

-what they want...

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-..they leave their details

-in case more stock comes in.

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-The file is growing these days.

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-Antur Waunfawr doesn't pay

-for donated furniture...

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-..but will collect free of charge

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-In Caernarfon,

-Wendy Jones is moving house.

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-There's no room for the old

-dresser in the new bungalow.

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-It's a pity to see it go.

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-It's a pity to see it go.

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-It is.

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-It's been here for over 20 years.

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-I paid more than 100 for it.

-A lot of money at the time.

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-It fitted in well.

-It suited me perfectly.

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-I kept my best

-Portmeirion crockery here.

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-When people came for a meal, the

-plates came out of the old dresser.

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-It was perfect for me.

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-You get all kinds of things.

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-Sometimes, we take things

-which aren't any good.

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-What's the oddest thing you've had?

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-Something like that.

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-OK.

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-It's heavier than you'd think.

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-Mind the step.

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-OK?

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-That's it, lads

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-Just a bit more.

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-KNOCKING SOUND

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-It's awkward.

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-Take your time.

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-The dresser is heavy.

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-It's the lads' responsibility

-that it gets to Warws undamaged.

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-Let me get a grip.

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-Fewer things come in these days,

-and there are more customers...

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-..so the dresser will soon be sold.

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-It's sad to see the dresser go.

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-But if it's going,

-Wendy wants it to go to Antur.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Back in Waunfawr, it's been

-a very busy day at the cafe.

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-As well as the usual customers,

-Ysgol Pendalar has been here...

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-..learning how

-to bake cakes with Gareth.

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-For Anwen and Kath in the kitchen,

-this means more dishes to wash.

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-What day is it?

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-What day is it?

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-Friday.

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-What do you get on Friday?

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-Pay!

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-You like getting your pay!

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-Yes.

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-You can spend it over the weekend.

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-You can spend it over the weekend.

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-I want to save it.

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-What do you want to do with it?

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-What do you want to do with it?

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-Get streaks.

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-Are you having streaks in your hair?

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-Posh!

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-Do you want to make an appointment?

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-Yes.

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-Who do you want to take you?

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-Who do you want to take you?

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-Kath!

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-I'll take you, OK.

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-And get a posh hairdo.

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-And get a posh hairdo.

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-Yes.

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-It's grown now.

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-Kath used to be a hairdresser.

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-Kath used to be a hairdresser.

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-Really?

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-Yes, that's what Kath was.

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-After finishing the day's work...

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-..it's time for a cuppa

-and to plan the weekend.

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-What are you doing tomorrow?

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-I'm going for a walk with Ffion.

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-Where will you take her?

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-Where will you take her?

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-Caernarfon, for a little drink.

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-At the end of a successful day,

-Menna returns to the office...

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-..having won a substantial

-contract for Warws Werdd.

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-In addition to the furniture

-business, the new contract means...

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-..that Antur can place second-hand

-clothing banks in northern Gwynedd.

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-It will ensure plenty

-of work for the future.

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-There are plans to open a shop

-in Caernarfon to sell the clothes.

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-Another week's work is over.

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-Everyone is looking forward

-to their weekend.

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-Anwen and her friends in the house

-prepare to go to a social evening...

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-..organized by the Antur staff.

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-Mel meets other friends as he goes

-to a scooter rally in Betws-y-Coed.

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-Everyone is glad to see him.

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-Hi!

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-It's great here!

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-I didn't see you arrive.

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-I didn't know you had a scooter.

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-It's been a long time!

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-How are you?

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-How are you?

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-Not bad!

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-Go on!

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-And a busload has arrived at the

-Tir Prince races, near Abergele...

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-..for an evening of fun.

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-Win or lose, it's an enjoyable way

-to celebrate the end of the week.

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-Go on!

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Cyfres arbennig yn rhoi cip tu ôl i'r llenni ar fenter Antur Waunfawr. Series taking a look behind the scenes at the Antur Waunfawr enterprise. First shown in 2009.