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Tue, 05 Dec 2017

Byddwn yn ymweld â Ffair Nadolig Tregaron, a'r gantores Eirlys Myfanwy fydd ein gwestai. We visit Tregaron's Christmas Fair and pull a cracker in our Christmas competition.


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-Hello and welcome

-to Tuesday's edition of Heno.

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-In a moment, my musical guest,

-Eirlys Myfanwy will join me...

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-..to call the first winner of our

-2017 Cracker competition on Heno.

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-You can win a fantastic prize

-before 7.30pm tonight.

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-Don't forget to answer the phone

-by saying, "Christmas Cracker!"

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-What are you performing

-for us tonight, Eirlys?

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-Tonight's festive song

-is Nadolig, Pwy a Wyr?

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-We can't wait.

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-Yvonne's enjoying some festive fun.

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-It's a cracker of a programme and

-a cracker of a fayre in Tregaron.

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-The residents have gathered

-and Father Christmas is on his way!

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-Ho! Ho! Ho!

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-We also hear of conquering Snowdon

-52 times throughout the year.

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-That's what Elfed Gyrn Goch did

-in aid of Wales Air Ambulance.

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-Ysgol y Graig, Llangefni perform

-in our Christmas Carol Competition.

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-We hear an excerpt of their entry

-before the end of the programme.

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-We start tonight by pulling our

-first cracker of the year of Heno.

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-Hundreds have competed

-but before we call one of you...

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-..let's see what's hiding

-inside our 27 crackers.

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-Five televisions, three tablets,

-two hampers of Welsh foods...

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-..a digital radio, a coffee

-machine and coffee from Wales...

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-..a Smart watch...

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-..a hamper of meat from Dewi James

-Butchers in Newcastle Emlyn...

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-..and a hamper of meat from

-O G Owen and Son in Caernarfon.

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-There's a hamper of Welsh homeware,

-two kindles and reading lamps...

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-..a selection of Lora Wyn jewellery,

-gadgets and games for the family...

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-..a toaster and kettle,

-bespoke gifts by Bodoli...

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-..blankets and cushions from Melin

-Tregwynt and Trefriw Wollen Mills...

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-..Welsh hoodies for the family...

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-..and hampers of beauty products

-for men and women.

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-Christian Aid and the Wales Air

-Ambulance also get donations.

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-Yes, it promises to be

-a cracker of a Christmas!

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-There's something for everyone.

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-Matthew Rhys set our first question

-last night and it was really easy.

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-What does Rudolph like to eat?

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-1) a carrot, 2) chocolate,

-or 3) fish?

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-A very merry Christmas to you.

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-Thank you, Matthew.

-What's the answer, Eirlys?

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-The correct answer is carrots.

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-The moment has arrived.

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-I've got the all-important numbers.

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-The code is 02920.

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-The number is from the area

-of Cardiff.

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-It's ringing.

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-It's ringing!

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-We'll try again

-as there was a strange tone.

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-The number is from the area

-of Cardiff.

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-The code is 02920.

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-It's ringing.

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-Hello?

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-Hello, it's Mari Grug

-from S4C's Heno.

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-Do you have something to tell us?

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-She's put the phone down.

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-Let's try another number.

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-She's put the phone down.

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-She wasn't ready for our call.

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-Hello?

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-Hello, it's Mari Grug

-from S4C's Heno.

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-Do you have something to tell us?

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-Do you have something to tell us?

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-Christmas Cracker!

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-Yes, that's right!

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-Who's on the line, please?

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-I'm calling from Cardiff.

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-I'm Ruth Williams.

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-Please choose a cracker

-between 1 and 28.

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-Number 22 have already been claimed.

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-I'll have number 18.

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-Let's pull the cracker

-to see what you've won.

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-Congratulations, this is your prize.

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-One, two, three.

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-You've won a hamper of men's gifts.

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-I have a husband and two sons.

-Yes, that's wonderful. Thank you.

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-For every prize that you win, a

-gift will also be given to charity.

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-Tonight, we'll contribute to the

-priceless work of the Air Ambulance.

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-A very Merry Christmas to you!

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-Don't worry if you were unlucky as

-26 crackers have yet to be pulled.

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-The actress, Hannah Daniel

-sets tonight's question.

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-What was on the tree

-in the Ryan Davies song?

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-1) trumpet, 2) tinsel,

-or 3) television?

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-Merry Christmas!

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-Thank you, Hannah.

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-Here's a reminder of the question.

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-What was on the tree

-in the Ryan Davies song?

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-1) trumpet, 2) tinsel,

-or 3) television?

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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

-at 1.55pm tomorrow, 6 December.

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-All entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you may still be charged.

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-Email heno@tinopolis.com

-or visit the S4C website for terms.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Tonight's Cracker Competition

-supports Wales Air Ambulance.

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-This Friday at Galeri, Caernarfon,

-there's a concert for the charity.

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-The evening's hosts are Welsh stars,

-Tudur Owen and Dilwyn Morgan.

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-But the biggest star will be

-Elfed Williams or Elfed Gyrn Goch.

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-He's scaled Snowdon 52 times this

-year in aid of Wales Air Ambulance.

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-Gerallt joined him recently.

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-It's easy to embark on a trek to the

-summit of Snowdon in good company.

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-The weather forecast promised

-that the morning mist would pass...

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-..as Elfed Williams, Rhys Meirion,

-Tudur Owen, Dr Dylan Parry and I...

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-..left Pen-y-Pass

-and embarked on our journey.

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-By the time we reached Llyn Llydaw,

-the weather was perfect.

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-Elfed, that's Snowdon

-but it's currently covered in fog.

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-How many walks have you completed?

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-How many walks have you completed?

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-I've done 44 walks.

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-What came over you, Elfed?

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-What came over you, Elfed?

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-I'm not too sure!

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-I'm raising funds for the

-worthy charity, Wales Air Ambulance.

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-You've done 44 walks

-so there's only eight remaining.

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-Today, you're joined

-by three good friends.

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-This journey will be very different

-to the others.

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-I'm glad we're on good terms

-with the Air Ambulance...

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-..as we might need

-to phone them later!

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-Elfed, you mentioned that you're

-supporting the Air Ambulance...

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-..as your family

-is very grateful to the service.

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-We can't thank them enough.

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-In August 2013, our son, Twm had

-an accident in Blaenau Ffestiniog.

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-Without the Air Ambulance, his fate

-could've been very different.

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-He was flown to Bangor

-but we received some bad news.

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-That's when the Air Ambulance

-returned again to take him to Stoke.

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-Thankfully, he's done well

-and he's now recovered.

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-The famous Crib Goch

-is hiding just beyond the clouds.

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-Earlier this year, we climbed

-Snowdon starting from Rhyd Ddu.

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-The weather was quite bad.

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-We discussed the best way to scale

-Snowdon during the coming months.

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-You mentioned that you had

-never come through Crib Goch.

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-I enjoyed it on the day

-but I don't want to do it again.

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-Are you glad that you've done it?

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-I'm glad that I did it with a doctor

-and that I lived to tell the tale!

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-I first met Elfed

-at Galeri, Caernarfon.

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-He contacted me on Facebook asking

-to be a part of the Walk On tour.

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-He was bald, covered in tattoos

-and didn't look like a walker.

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-However, he proceeded to tell me

-about the story of his son, Twm.

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-Without the Air Ambulance,

-he wouldn't be alive.

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-I didn't know him before the walk...

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-..but after a couple of miles,

-I felt like I'd always known him.

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-I walked many miles in his company

-and we even shared a pair of pants!

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-Snowdon has its own micro-climate.

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-The weather had changed

-by the time we reached Bwlch Glas.

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-However, we kept going to complete

-another walk in Elfyn's challenge.

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-Well done, Elfed.

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-Well done on your 44th walk.

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-Fantastic, Elfed.

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-I've been looking forward

-to today...

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-..but I thought I'd be alone

-without my fair weather friends!

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-However, we picked a fantastic day

-as we got to see all the sights.

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-Now that we've reached the top...

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-..it feels surreal, like I'm

-in heaven with Gerallt Pennant!

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-Congratulations to you.

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-Don't forget the concert

-is this Friday at Galeri.

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-You can donate on Elfed's JustGiving

-page and he has raised over 11,000!

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-The singer from Trimsaran,

-Eirlys Myfanwy joins me tonight.

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-Welcome to Heno.

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-Thank you.

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-You're currently back in Trimsaran

-but you now live in London.

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-It's great to be home.

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-However, I've been living in London

-for seven years.

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-I studied there and

-decided to make it my home.

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-I recently won a special award.

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-It was the Young London Welsh

-singer award.

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-It takes place

-at the London Welsh centre.

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-Six of us made it to the final

-and I was lucky enough to win.

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-What did winning mean?

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-I won 2,000.

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-It helps with the living costs in

-London and pays for singing lessons.

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-It was my final chance to compete

-as I'm now 30.

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-I've been competing for many years.

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-You haven't been home much this year

-as you've been busy travelling.

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-I've been performing all over the

-country, this year.

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-Our latest production toured with

-the show, Hamlet.

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-We performed in Norwich most

-recently.

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-I had to live in hotels

-during our tour.

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-As a singer, you don't get to spend

-a lot of time at home.

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-I've been living out of the case.

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-I take my car everywhere as it's

-packed full of my possessions.

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-I'll return with the company

-next year.

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-We'll do Madame Butterfly and many

-more productions.

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-It will be a busy year.

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-Our Cracker and Carol competitions

-are officially in full swing.

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-Ten schools are on the shortlist

-of our Christmas Carol competition.

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-Here's an excerpt of the carol by

-Ysgol y Graig - Hwiangerdd y Stabl.

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-# The angels sing

-their worship to you

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-# Christ, our Saviour

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-# The angels sing

-their worship to you

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-# Christ, our Saviour

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-# The lull of the wind

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-# Ooo-ooo-ooo #

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-Welcome back.

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-Our first Christmas Cracker prize

-on Heno this year...

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-..went to Ruth Williams.

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-Let's remind ourselves

-of tonight's question.

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-What was on the tree

-in the Ryan Davies song?

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-1) a trumpet, 2) tinsel,

-or 3) a television?

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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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-We swap our Cracker competition

-for Tregaron's Christmas fayre.

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-Last Friday, the town hall was full

-and Yvonne was there on our behalf.

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-Tregaron residents were excited to

-welcome the annual Christmas fair.

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-There's a chance to socialise,

-eat and meet Father Christmas.

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-Since when have you been

-coordinating the Christmas fair?

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-I've been coordinating for two

-years and a goblin for four years.

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-You must be big friends

-with Father Christmas.

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-Yes, I'm the chief Goblin here and

-we're very good friends.

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-Since when have you owned

-the business, Siop y Bont?

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-My daughter, Eurgain took over the

-business ten years ago.

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-It must be a busy time of year

-for you.

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-Yes, especially with our hampers

-of Welsh produce.

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-It isn't Christmas without a hamper

-and I'd love to buy this one.

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-That's a good choice, thank you.

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-That's a good choice, thank you.

-

-Thank you.

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-You've got a colourful

-family of snowmen here, Ann.

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-I've been making these for a year.

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-I started by making hedgehogs

-for my grandchildren.

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-They take a lot of work,

-but I enjoy doing it.

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-What are the bestsellers?

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-In December, I'd say the gingerbread

-reindeer and Ferrero Rocher cakes.

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-They sound great,

-but you're also making pancakes.

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-This is a new thing for this year.

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-Mmm!

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-I make these and there are plenty

-of rag dolls and Welsh dolls...

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-..but not many Welsh rag dolls and

-the small ones are great sellers.

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-My husband makes these wooden toys

-from recycled wood.

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-He goes out of my way to the shed

-to make these.

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-It keeps us busy and stops us from

-being idle now that we've retired.

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-I've been organizing the event for

-six years and I make my own cards.

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-It was a natural thing to get

-involved with the organization.

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-What have you prepared?

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-I've been preparing Christmas

-badges, Christmas cards...

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-..and my younger sister

-has made print cards.

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-What have you prepared?

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-I made the Christmas cakes and

-puddings last month...

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-..to make sure they'd mature, but

-I've got something for everyone.

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-How important is the Christmas fair

-to the local community?

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-The Tregaron fair is important as it

-brings everyone together...

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-..and it also puts Tregaron

-on the map.

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-After a long wait, Father Christmas

-arrived at the fair...

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-..and was ready to distribute

-Christmas gifts for the children.

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-Father Christmas, do you have a

-message for the children of Wales?

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-It's important that you behave and

-clean your bedrooms.

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-Make sure you send your letters

-to me as soon as possible.

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-Have you sent a letter to

-Father Christmas, Annabelle?

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-Yes, I'd like a bike.

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-Have you written to Father

-Christmas, Macsen?

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-No, but I hope to do it tonight.

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-What have you enjoyed most today?

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-Going around the stalls and

-seeing Father Christmas.

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-I'm sure he'll call to see the

-children of Tregaron.

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-Have you been Christmas shopping?

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-Yes, I've finished my Christmas

-shopping.

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-What events do you have planned

-before Christmas?

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-I return to London on Monday to

-perform in a few concerts.

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-I'll be 30 at Christmas.

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-I hope to have a big party...

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-..but I need to care for my voice.

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-I'll be performing with the

-Glyndebourne company.

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-We can't wait to hear you perform

-Nadolig, Pwy a Wyr?

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-That's all from us tonight.

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-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-We'll hear Ysgol Gynradd Dolau's

-Christmas Carol competition entry.

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-On Heno at 7.00pm, we'll have

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-The all-important number

-and question is on the screen now.

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-We end tonight with Eirlys Myfanwy

-performing Nadolig, Pwy a Wyr?

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-# Tinsel on the tree

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-# A star high above

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-# And a little dolly

-sitting prettily on the branch

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-# Is this what Christmas means?

-Who knows?

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-# Santa's bells ringing,

-over the white snow

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-# The children's voices in harmony,

-to sing a Christmas carol

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-# Is this what Christmas means?

-Who knows?

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-# Children silently sleeping,

-through the early hours

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-# In a gentle dream, they wonder

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-# If Santa'll bring his sack

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-# So many presents

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-# Who knows where they've come from

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-# The sound of joyful laughter

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-# Can be heard all over the place

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-# Is this what Christmas means?

-Who knows?

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-# The bells of the little church,

-sound a message to the world

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-# Singing to remind us

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-# That the baby lies in the cradle

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-# Approach the manger

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-# Kneel on the ground

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-# In the presence

-of kings and angels

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-# There's no need to ask

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-# Everyone knows #

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-APPLAUSE

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-Thank you, Eirlys.

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-Thank you for your company.

-Until tomorrow at 7.00pm, goodnight.

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Byddwn yn ymweld â Ffair Nadolig Tregaron, a'r gantores Eirlys Myfanwy fydd ein gwestai. We visit Tregaron's Christmas Fair and pull a cracker in our Christmas competition.