Wed, 04 Jan 2017 Heno


Wed, 04 Jan 2017

Prif Weithredwraig yr Urdd, Sioned Hughes, fydd yn son am gyfle i un unigolyn lwcus. The Urdd's Chief Executive, Sioned Hughes, joins Mari and there's a chance to win an iPad or...


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-Hello and welcome

-to Wednesday night's Heno.

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-It's great to have your company.

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-We've also got plenty

-of company tonight.

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-Elin reports from Corwen tonight.

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-I'm in a warm kitchen

-with these ladies...

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-..who established a company

-called Gwas Fferm.

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-They have created

-an agricultural diary.

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-Tonight, we're cutting across their

-important meeting to chat with them.

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-We also meet Elsi who was one of the

-dogs at Llys Nini Animal Centre...

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-..and a new series about the centre

-starts on S4C tonight.

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-I'm joined by Sioned Hughes...

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-..who is the chief executive

-of Urdd Gobaith Cymru.

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-Welcome to the programme

-and Happy New Year to you.

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-It's exactly a year

-since you've been in the role.

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-I look forward to hearing

-more from you later.

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-And you can win a massive television

-or iPad in our New Year competition.

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-I'll give you the question

-and entry details later.

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-We start tonight in the Corwen area.

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-Elin's joined by some farmwives who

-have been busy preparing a diary...

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-..that will be a massive help to

-them and farmers across the land.

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-Good evening, Mari.

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-It's the time to take down the

-Christmas decorations.

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-These ladies have given us to get

-our lives in order.

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-I'm joined by Buddug Eidda.

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-You're meeting tonight.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-What can you tell us about

-the 2017 diary?

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-How did it all come about?

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-We were funded to help farmers...

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-..to help their way of life.

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-We thought about all sorts

-of things...

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-..but realized that a diary

-was the best way...

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-..to help others with their lives.

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-Paperwork is a busy part

-of farming these days.

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-We have to get everything in order.

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-We wanted to help farmers

-and hope the diary is helpful.

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-I'm not from a farming background.

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-What is in the diary?

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-We had some tips from people

-from last year's diary.

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-There's an area from

-when the cows are ready to calf.

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-It's been a lesson for myself!

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-I've enjoyed it and learnt a lot.

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-The diary also has sayings too.

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-Yes, we wanted something new

-this time.

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-There are some sayings

-about the weather.

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-We hope to have something different

-for next year's diary.

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-Manon Watkin Jones is with me.

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-We're grateful for all the support.

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-This is a new company.

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-Contact us if you'd like to

-advertise in the diary.

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-What response have you had outside

-North Wales?

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-We've had a great response.

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-We'd like to hear more from

-the people in South Wales.

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-It's great to be in this gang.

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-I think it looks wonderful.

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-Congratulations on

-all the hard work.

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-I'll be back to hear about the

-2018 diary.

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-Thank you, Elin.

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-Sioned Hughes is the chief executive

-of Urdd Gobaith Cymru.

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-She's been in the role for a year.

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-What's the year been like for you?

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-I started on 4 January 2016.

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-I can't believe

-that it's been a year.

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-I've learnt so much...

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-..and experienced so much

-in the last twelve months.

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-Do young people still have time

-for the Urdd?

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-People have busy lives...

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-..but the Urdd

-does a lot for young people.

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-We run sports clubs

-and various clubs.

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-I also got to experience

-the Urdd Eisteddfod...

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-..from a working role.

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-We had so many people

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-The Urdd camps are also very busy

-all year round.

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-I'd like to see more people

-in the Urdd.

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-I'd like to have about

-100,000 members...

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-..by the time the Urdd

-marks its centenary.

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-I think we'll get close

-to that target.

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-It's something that

-we can aim at achieving.

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-I've interviewed people

-with the Urdd.

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-They know about the world.

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-Yes, and we have a new board...

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-..that was established

-four years ago.

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-It's important for us

-to give young people a voice.

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-We do a lot of work with them.

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-They have the message of peace too.

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-Tell us about this new job

-with the Urdd.

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-There's a new grant from the Urdd.

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-The closing date for entries

-is on Friday.

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-We want someone to help us to

-create a digital archive...

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-..about the history of the Urdd.

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-You're appealing to our viewers.

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-We also want people to share

-their stories about the Urdd.

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-Everyone has something

-to share about the Urdd.

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-Contact the Urdd with your stories.

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-It's time to remind you of

-our New Year competition.

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-You can win a television or an iPad

-to raise your spirits in January.

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-You can choose which prize you want

-but you need to answer our question.

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-What name is traditionally given

-to 6 January?

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-1) New Year's Eve, 2) Christmas Eve,

-or 3) Twelfth Night?

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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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-All entrants must be 18 or over.

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-The phone lines close at 3.00pm

-on Monday 9 January.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-For full terms and conditions,

-email us on heno@tinopolis.com

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-Good luck to you!

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-After the break...

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-..Rhodri Davies has his guide to

-the highlights of the coming year.

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-What can we expect in 2017?

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-We also hear more about Elsi

-from Llys Nini Animal Centre...

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-..which is the subject

-of a new series on S4C.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Last night, Rhodri looked ahead to

-some highlights and events of 2017.

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-It's set to be a busy year.

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-Tonight, Huw Edwards

-and Guto Harri...

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-..are among the familiar faces

-to share their opinions.

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-Our first milestone marks 75 years

-since some events of World War II.

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-Many of the most fateful battles

-of WWII took place in 1942.

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-Singapore fell,

-but we won El Alamein.

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-The Russians won at Stalingrad

-despite huge suffering.

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-The Americans won

-the Battle of Midway.

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-The tide had turned and the

-victories continued from then on.

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-Also this year, Canada celebrates

-its 150th birthday.

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-It's an excuse for us in Wales

-to remember such explorers...

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-..as David Thompson and Sir Thomas

-Button from the Vale of Glamorgan.

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-He was one of the first people

-to explore and map the country.

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-It's also 150 years since we heard

-a certain legendary piece of music.

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-That was The Blue Danube

-by Johann Strauss II.

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-And speaking of legendary...

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-If we go back 50 years ago to 1967,

-I don't need any history books.

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-I remember hearing songs

-by The Beatles everywhere.

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-Sgt. Pepper's Lonely

-Hearts Club Band.

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-I remember the LP that I had

-and it was fantastic.

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-There was also the Summer of Love.

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-In Wales, there was something that I

-never thought of as a young woman.

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-Merched Y Wawr was established.

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-A branch in Bala insisted

-that everything was in Welsh.

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-Now I'm the Chair

-of our local branch!

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-1967 was a very important year

-for the Welsh language

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-The Welsh Language Act...

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-..was the first step in giving the

-Welsh language an official status.

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-It also annulled the status of Wales

-as a part of England.

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-This year is an important milestone

-for us.

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-Twenty years ago, the Welsh

-devolution referendum was held.

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-I don't want to give away my age,

-but it was the first time I voted.

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-As far as devolution is concerned,

-one thing to look out for in 2017...

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-..is the development

-of the Welsh Bill.

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-This month, AMs will vote on whether

-to accept or reject the Bill.

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-There are important decisions to

-be made here once again this year.

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-This time last year,

-I stood here and suggested...

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-..that Donald Trump could be on

-his way to the White House in 2017.

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-President Elect of the USA,

-Donald Trump.

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-Obviously, I didn't expect Trump

-to be on his way to the White House.

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-We believe in taking the argument

-to the people.

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-But having said that,

-I didn't expect Brexit either.

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-Those two words, Trump and Brexit,

-will be key over the coming months.

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-No-one would have predicted

-Donald Trump in the White House.

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-This time last year,

-the very idea was almost laughable.

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-It's impossible to predict

-what Trump will do.

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-I hope he will give the economy

-a boost, be more cautious...

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-..and a bit more sensible

-than how he comes across.

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-I also think he could be

-a complete disaster.

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-I love this country.

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-Are you for Brexit?

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-As far as the negotiations

-about Brexit are concerned...

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-..I don't think people realise how

-complicated the process will be...

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-..and that it will last

-for four or five years.

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-If you think it will be over in two

-years, you're living in a fantasy.

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-I'm not just being spiteful

-but it's not going to be simple.

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-Here in Wales,

-there's even a sharper focus.

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-If powers return to Westminster

-from Brussels...

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-..it's not clear how many

-will be passed on to Cardiff.

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-The problem with this process

-is a lack of clarity.

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-Brexit has even divided families.

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-Some families have fallen out

-because of Brexit.

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-Trump has said terrible things

-about women, Muslims and Mexicans.

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-We need to build bridges, not walls.

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-I really hope that people

-will remember that...

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-..for this year to be a better one.

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-There's plenty to look forward to

-over the coming year.

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-Plygain services are among the most

-popular events at this time of year.

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-Here are details of some

-that have reached us.

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-Don't forget about the Plygain

-in Dinas Mawddwy.

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-It takes place at Ebenezer Chapel

-this Friday.

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-The Rev Roland Barnes

-will open proceedings...

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-..and there's a warm welcome to all.

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-Darowen Plygain takes place

-on Monday, 9 January at 7.00pm...

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-..at St Tudur's Church in Darowen.

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-There's a warm welcome to everyone.

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-On Sunday, 15 January, a Plygain

-at Ainon Chapel in Llanuwchllyn.

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-There's a minibus from the village

-hall and everyone is welcome.

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-A Plygain takes place at St

-Gwyndaf's Church in Llanwnda...

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-..at 7.00pm on Sunday, 15 January.

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-There's a warm welcome to everyone

-and a cup of tea to follow.

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-Come and enjoy.

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-Contact us with your messages,

-events and stories in your area.

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-You can get in touch via email,

-Facebook, Twitter...

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-..or drop us a line, or write to us.

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-Details are on the screen now.

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-We always enjoy hearing from you.

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-The TV producer and director,

-Cleif Harpwood has joined us.

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-Elsi also joins us and she stars

-in a new series on S4C tonight.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Cleif has been working on a new

-series that starts on S4C tonight.

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-Llys Nini airs after tonight's Heno.

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-Tell us more about it.

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-Llys Nini is a six-part series...

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-..about the life and work

-of Wales's busiest animal centre.

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-Llys Nini is based in Penllergaer

-near Swansea.

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-The farm is steeped in history.

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-It has 80 acres

-that houses the centre.

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-Let's see a clip of Llys Nini.

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-That was a taster of what

-we can expect on Llys Nini.

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-Those images were quite happy...

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-..but you tell

-some heartbreaking stories.

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-The Welsh and Brits

-consider ourselves...

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-..to be animal lovers...

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-..but that isn't always the case.

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-Yes, the series shows that some

-animals have a happy ending...

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-..but there are stories

-that are not so happy.

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-Llys Nini takes animals

-from South, Central and West Wales.

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-The animals are often

-in a very sorry state...

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-..following years

-of neglect or abuse.

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-Elsi wasn't abused

-but she was neglected.

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-She was kept with a lot

-of other dogs...

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-..in a very unsuitable condition.

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-She was brought to Llys Nini

-and was cared for and rehomed.

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-We fostered her at first

-but have adopted her now.

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-The series is presented

-by Elin Fflur and Steffan Alun.

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-Steffan's grandfather

-farmed the land...

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-..and his wife works at the centre.

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-Llys Nini is just one of the

-many centres across Wales...

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-..and there are many others

-that do some incredible work.

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-Llys Nini is just

-one of those places.

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-Sioned Hughes

-has also joined me tonight.

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-Sioned is the chief executive

-of Urdd Gobaith Cymru.

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-She's been in the role for a year.

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-What are your hopes

-for the coming year?

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-I'm looking forward to

-this year's Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-We have a scheme to encourage

-more to join the Urdd...

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-..and have a national scheme

-about rugby.

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-We want people to tell us about

-their stories about the Urdd.

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-Tell us your stories.

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-That's it from us tonight.

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-Don't forget about Prynhawn Da

-tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-On Heno tomorrow, musical diva,

-Shan Cothi joins us in the studio.

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-We hear the story of Angylion Arwel

-or Arwel's Angels from Tregaron.

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-Carys Tudor has tips on pulling

-down your Christmas decorations.

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-You can also win a television or

-iPad in our New Year competition.

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-Until tomorrow, it's goodnight

-from me, Sioned, Cleif and Elsi.

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Prif Weithredwraig yr Urdd, Sioned Hughes, fydd yn son am gyfle i un unigolyn lwcus. The Urdd's Chief Executive, Sioned Hughes, joins Mari and there's a chance to win an iPad or TV.