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Thu, 13 Jul 2017

Cawn weld estyniad newydd Amgueddfa Werin Cymru a byddwn yn fyw yn Nolgellau ar gyfer agoriad Ysgol Bro Idris. We'll get a taste of the new addition to St Fagans National Museum...


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-Welcome to Thursday's Heno

-at the village of Llanberis.

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-It hosts the Snowdon Race

-on Saturday.

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-But now it's the children's race

-and they've got a message for you.

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-Hello, Heno!

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-Thank you, Gerallt.

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-Welcome to the programme and it's

-great to be back here in Llanelli.

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-We have a fantastic competition

-for you on tonight's Heno.

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-You could win four family tickets

-to the Royal Welsh Show...

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-..which takes place

-in under two weeks.

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-I'm also looking forward

-to this weekend's Parti Ponty.

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-On Saturday, there's an incredible

-line-up at the Ynysangharad Park...

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-..including Amy Wadge who's used to

-playing with Ed Sheeran.

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-Tonight, we'll visit

-Cartref Bontnewydd children's home.

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-The home closed many years ago

-but a new chapter is about to start.

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-Today at St Mary's Church

-in Burry Port...

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-..some of Wales' greatest sporting

-stars gathered to pay tribute...

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-..to the late, Albert Francis who

-gave his life to sports in Wales.

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-We start tonight's programme

-with a competition.

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-The Royal Welsh

-is fast approaching...

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-.so here's your chance to win

-a family ticket to the show.

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-The prize also includes

-afternoon tea at the S4C building...

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-..with the Heno crew.

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-All you have to do

-is answer this simple question:

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-Where is the Royal Welsh Show held?

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-1) Llandudno, 2) Llanelwedd,

-or 3) Llanelli.

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The phone lines close

-on Monday 17 July at 1.00pm.

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-All entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Email heno@tinopolis.com or visit

-the S4C website for full terms.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Tonight, Gerallt and the Junior

-Snowdon Race crew are in Llanberis.

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-Gerallt, you have

-a very important job this evening.

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-It's a lovely evening in Llanberis

-ahead of the big race on Saturday.

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-Nigel, Kimberley and Stephen are

-waiting for the children's race.

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-They're under 8s and it's important

-that children are part of the event.

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-They'll be taking part in the race

-in the coming years.

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-It's all down to the hard work

-of Nigel and Gwynfor.

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-Gwynfor has stopped

-and Nigel has carried on.

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-Kimberley, Nia, Wendy and Sian

-have all been drafted in to help.

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-The children's race is held

-on Thursday and on Saturday.

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-This is the start of the event.

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-We close the road

-through the village.

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-There's lot of organization involved

-especially the children's safety.

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-They thoroughly enjoy themselves.

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-We have lots of fun every Monday.

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-The children are incredible

-so it's an honour to be involved.

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-You've got a lot of responsibility

-to ensure everything runs to plan.

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-However, it's all worth it when

-you look at the children's faces.

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-It's a lovely evening,

-the children are happy...

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-..they've been training every Monday

-and everyone's looking forward.

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-The children

-are nearly ready to set off.

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-Who are you and how old are you?

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-Who are you and how old are you?

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-I'm Matthew and I'm seven.

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-Are you looking forward?

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-Are you looking forward?

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-Yes.

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-One day, you might run

-the full Snowdon Race.

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-I'm not sure.

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-Who have we got here?

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-Who have we got here?

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-I'm Osian and I'm eight.

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-Are you looking forward to the race?

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-Are you looking forward to the race?

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-Yes.

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-Who is your friend?

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-Who is your friend?

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-I'm Mei and I'm eight.

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-I'm looking forward to the race

-and I hope to win.

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-Good luck to you.

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-Who are you

-in your bright pink shirt?

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-I'm Sioned and I'm eight and I'm

-looking forward to tonight's race.

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-One day, perhaps you'll be running

-the full Snowdon Race too.

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-Perhaps, I'm not sure yet.

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-Who are you and how old are you?

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-Who are you and how old are you?

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-I'm Ella-Jane and I'm eight.

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-I'm really looking forward

-to the race.

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-Let's speak to one more.

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-My name is Luke

-and I'm seven years old.

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-You're all competing

-in the under 8s race.

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-There's one more important person

-that we must talk to.

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-Sioned runs the shop

-that sponsors the race.

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-Are you ready to go?

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-You must listen to Sioned

-as she's going to count down.

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-Three, two, one, go!

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-And they're off.

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-Good luck to them all.

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-We'll reveal the winner of the race

-before the end of the programme.

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-If you would like to invite us

-to your event, get in touch.

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-Here are all the details.

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-All day, every day, the Heno cameras

-roam around the whole of Wales.

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-We're your national

-and local newspaper.

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-Invite us to any of your events,

-be them big or small.

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-Contact us via Facebook, Twitter,

-email, telephone...

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-..or write to Heno, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-From Aberdaron to Abertillery

-and Abergele to Cardigan...

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-..Heno is at the heart

-of every community in Wales.

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-Don't forget to get in touch.

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-This Saturday, you're also invited

-to Ynysangharad Park, Pontypridd...

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-..for the Parti Ponty with

-Ragsy from The Voice, Amy Wadge...

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-..Geraint Jarman and performances

-from local school children.

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-I'm joined by the Parti Ponty

-organizer, Einir Sion.

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-You've been very busy organizing

-this local highlight.

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-There was great demand

-for the return of this festival.

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-We have many different sections

-within the festival.

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-There are choirs, schools

-and lots of new school bands.

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-Jamie Bevan, Bois y Frenni

-and many more will perform too.

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-It sounds fantastic.

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-The main aim is to promote

-the Welsh language.

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-The children help us to promote

-the language.

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-The Initiatives encourage people

-to use the Welsh language.

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-It's vital to provide people with an

-opportunity to use the language.

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-The language belongs to everyone.

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-The Rhondda Cynon Taf residents are

-true Welshmen!

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-They just need a chance to claim the

-language too.

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-The festival reaches out to everyone

-in the county...

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-..if they speak Welsh or not.

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-There's a new target to increase the

-number of Welsh speakers by 2050.

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-Are you hopeful about this target?

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-Yes, I'm optimistic.

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-There are many Welsh speakers in my

-local area.

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-However, we need to encourage them

-to speak out more.

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-We also need to promote

-Welsh education.

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-for children and adults.

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-There are areas in the festival

-for the adults and children.

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-There's also a sector for local

-business owners.

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-We've been giving them simple

-Welsh lessons.

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-We've taught them

-how to ask for a cuppa.

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-Thank you, Einir.

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-Today, sporting stars joined

-the residents of Burry Port...

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-..to bid farewell to an

-unique gentleman with a big heart.

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-Albert Francis spent many years

-as the groundsman at the Arms Park.

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-He was also known

-for his charitable work.

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-After moving back West, he became

-involved with the Ray Gravell Trust.

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-Hundreds of people will remember

-the generosity of their dear friend.

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-There's nobody quite like Albie.

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-It's a sad day but it's hard

-not to smile when I think of Albie.

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-Albie was a character

-and he had a fantastic personality.

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-I could be anywhere in the country,

-on a golf course or in a meeting...

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-..and Albie would turn up

-because he was everywhere.

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-Gareth, for those

-who didn't know Albie...

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-..it's difficult to explain

-how special he really was.

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-You were very close to Albert.

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-We had a special bond because

-we were both Westwalians in Cardiff.

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-Terry Holmes and I

-were his proteges.

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-He was an incredible man

-but he did have a fault...

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-..he couldn't say "no" to anyone.

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-Unfortunately,

-I lost my father at an early age...

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-..and he became

-like a second father to me.

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-We'll miss him greatly.

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-I moved to Cardiff at a young age.

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-He was one of the first people I met

-and he was just a star.

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-My grandmother lives in Burry Port

-so he always liked me.

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-It was like he'd come from another

-world to give us a better life!

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-He's one of the most special people

-that I've ever met.

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-He was a special man, as you can see

-from all those who are here today.

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-He spoke of the people that he'd met

-but never in a boastful manner.

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-He was comfortable in the company of

-others and made them feel the same.

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-Albie was unique and a one-off.

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-He gave so much of his time

-and energy, which was incredible.

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-He spoke to everyone

-on the same level.

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-When I was 19, he spoke to me in the

-same way that he would to the Queen.

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-Everybody was on the same level.

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-He was a friend to everyone.

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-I remember seeing him after

-many Scarlets and Blues matches...

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-..and he'd always shake my hand

-and make me feel welcome.

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-Many people are here because they

-had the upmost respect for Albie.

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-They all had wonderful memories

-of Albert Francis.

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-Our sympathies are with his family

-and friends at this sad time.

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-After the break, we wander around

-the Bontnewydd Children's Home...

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-..in the company of one

-of its former residents.

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-The home is close

-to Nesta Jones' heart...

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-..and she will have the honour of

-reopening the centre this weekend.

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-We'll also head

-to Penrhyn Castle in Bangor.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We've received news from Llanberis.

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-Do you remember the Junior Snowdon

-Race at the start of the programme?

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-I'm glad to say that Ela Jane

-won the under 8s girls race...

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-..and Meilir won the race

-for the boys.

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-Congratulations to you!

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-Catref Bontnewydd made an incredible

-contribution to North Wales.

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-Since 1901, it was the home

-for orphaned children in the area.

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-The doors of the home

-have been closed for some time...

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-..but they're about to reopen

-and we've been to find out more.

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-The Presbyterian Church erected

-this building 100 years ago...

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-..as a home for orphaned children.

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-Over the years, the building

-became unused and empty.

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-Half was bought as a nursing home.

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-Age Cymru Gwynedd a Mon

-was looking for a new headquarters.

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-This was the ideal building for us.

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-It offers something to the area and

-continues with the community work.

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-One of the former residents is happy

-to see the building being reused.

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-Nesta Jones, Bryn Terfel's mother

-is very familiar to us.

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-She will be the special guest for

-the official opening on Saturday.

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-This room has certainly changed.

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-I have to go to the window

-to show you the girls house.

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-The round window was our bedroom

-and a few of us slept in that room.

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-We would go to the window to see

-if our carer was busy on the phone.

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-If she was,

-we would sneak out to the chip shop.

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-We'd come away with a bag of bits

-as we didn't have much money.

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-How old were you

-when you first came here?

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-It was 1945

-and I was three years old.

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-The day after my birthday,

-my sister and I came here.

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-My sister was six and

-we lost our mother at the age of 29.

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-The house was run by the Methodists

-and orphaned children lived here.

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-The building has been given a new

-lease of life and it has to move on.

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-How long were you here for?

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-How long were you here for?

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-I left in 1958, 13 years later.

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-It can be difficult to remember

-so many details.

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-I've been in Pant Glas for 54 years.

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-I've created a home,

-raised two children...

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-..and it's those times that

-make you realise what you've lost.

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-There's a new chapter in the history

-of the home and everyone is excited.

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-More and more of us

-are living longer.

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-The older generation need

-more services and facilities...

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-There will be a variety of events

-at the headquarters.

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-Age Cymru will be working alongside

-the council and other agencies...

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-..to provide services

-for the elderly to age well.

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-Don't forget about the opening

-on Saturday.

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-Recently, there was a large

-procession through Bethesda...

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-..to unveil a statue commissioned

-by the National Trust...

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-..to remember the Great Strike

-of 1900 at Penrhyn Quarry.

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-Our cameras went to Penrhyn Castle

-to hear about the scheme...

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-..and to remind us of the history.

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-As you can see, Penrhyn Castle has

-been restored on three occasions.

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-The castle was built

-for the Penrhyn family...

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-..who made their money in the slate

-and sugar industries in Jamaica.

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-Since 1951, the castle came into the

-protection of the National Trust.

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-We're attempting to bring local

-stories to the heart of the castle.

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-The latest Penrhyn Castle project

-is the artwork behind us and a film.

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-We've been making a sculpture

-with the community of Bethesda...

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-..and with the research we've done

-at Penrhyn Castle.

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-We decided to use the medium

-of inflatables for the sculpture.

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-It something you wouldn't expect

-to represent a slate quarry.

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-As a choir, we're delighted

-to be a part of this project.

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-Zoe and Neil have created an

-inflatable sculpture of the quarry.

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-Local people have also been

-helping to create this...

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-..and the banners that we'll use

-in the procession up to the castle.

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-We claim freedom!

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-The sculpture

-was brought in and reinflated...

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-..to represent that the quarry

-was brought in to the castle.

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-We're delighted with the work

-of Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich.

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-We're excited for people

-to come and experience it.

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-The statue is exhibited

-at Penrhyn Castle until November.

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-It's time for me to remind you

-about tonight's competition.

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-We have four family tickets to

-the Royal Welsh Show to give away.

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-All you have to do

-is answer this simple question:

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-Where is the Royal Welsh Show held?

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-1) Llandudno, 2) Llanelwedd,

-or 3) Llanelli.

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Einir Sion has been my studio guest

-this evening.

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-Parti Ponty takes place on Saturday.

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-There will be some big names

-including Amy Wadge.

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-Amy is offering her services

-for free.

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-She's very passionate

-about the Welsh language.

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-Ragsy is also with us.

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-It all starts at 11.00am

-and ends at 7.00pm.

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-There will be a procession too.

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-Thank you, Einir.

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-That's all for tonight's programme

-but Heno returns tomorrow at 7.00pm.

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-Our cameras will be at the final

-rehearsal of Cor Merched Sir Gar...

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-..before they fly to Estonia

-to represent Wales...

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-..at the Eurovision

-Choir of the Year competition.

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-Where will you be tomorrow, Gerallt?

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-I will be in Llanfyllin tomorrow

-as the YFC is celebrating 80 years.

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-They know how to celebrate and have

-won at a competition in Torquay.

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-It's a chance to celebrate

-and congratulate tomorrow evening.

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-We hope you enjoy the rest

-of your evening.

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-Until tomorrow, goodnight.

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Cawn weld estyniad newydd Amgueddfa Werin Cymru a byddwn yn fyw yn Nolgellau ar gyfer agoriad Ysgol Bro Idris. We'll get a taste of the new addition to St Fagans National Museum of History.