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Mae prysurdeb y trefniadau yn parhau wrth i Mel a Nia baratoi ar gyfer y noson pan fydd y goleuadau yn cael eu cynnau. Mel and Nia prepare to turn on the lights and bake 300 min...


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-This is the story

-of Mel Parry and me...

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-..and how, helped by the people

-of the Nantlle Valley...

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-..we hope to stage

-a grand Christmas fair in Penygroes.

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-The preparations began

-following a public meeting in May.

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-Since then, the local football team

-have undressed...

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-..the location

-and band have been arranged...

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-..and the rides have been booked.

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-But the hard work starts now.

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-We must advertise and promote,

-cut down trees, pick stalls...

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-..and bake hot mince pies!

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-Mel, you'll burn your mouth!

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-Are you OK?

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-Oh, no!

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-Hello. My name's Nia Parry.

-I wonder if you could help.

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-I'm looking for an ice rink

-which will fit...

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-All the summer evenings I spent

-making phone calls weren't in vain.

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-After succeeding

-to book an ice rink...

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-..the arrangements

-were finally coming together.

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-Mel and I were getting excited!

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-MOBILE RINGS

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

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-Hiya, Mel. How are you?

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-A1!

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-I was wondering whether we

-could have a chat about the fair.

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-Have you been telling people

-about it?

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-No, not yet, but I mentioned it

-at work yesterday.

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-Who have you told so far

-about the fair?

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-Everyone at work.

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-Everyone at work.

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-Which carols do you like?

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-We Wish You a Merry Christmas

-and a Happy New Year.

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-# We wish you a Merry Christmas

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-# We wish you a Merry Christmas

-and a Happy New Year #

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-We're going to have lots of fun!

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-We're going to have lots of fun!

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-Yes, we are.

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-I must go now. Bye!

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-OK. Ta-ra!

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-OK. Ta-ra!

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-Ta-ra. Beep beep, ta-ra!

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-CAR BEEPS

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-Following a mild October...

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-..the local people are warming up

-to the idea of a Christmas fair.

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-But there is work to do!

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-I can't believe there are only

-six weeks to go before our fair.

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-However, Mel and I are happy...

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-..because we've booked an ice rink

-that will fit in the street.

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-I think that will be the main

-attraction because it's different.

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-What else have we got?

-Well, all sorts.

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-I need to talk to stall owners...

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-..to check that there'll be

-things available to buy there.

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-We need to sort out the barriers

-and the road signs.

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-We also need to start advertising.

-There's a lot to do!

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-Oh, and Mel and I also think

-it would be a great idea...

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-..to arrange an additional evening

-in order to promote the fair.

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-We need to organize that too!

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-There's no surprise I look tired.

-I've been working late nights.

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-It'll all be worth it in the end,

-I'm sure!

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-With the arrangements

-coming together...

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-..we need an occasion

-to launch and promote our fair.

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-Our idea is to plan an evening

-to switch on the Christmas lights...

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-..that will also be broadcast

-live on television.

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-Who better to give our fair a spark

-than local electrician Noel?

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-You're passing them down to me.

-They're big!

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-Mel, could you hold

-the other side for me?

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-Crikey!

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-It's heavy.

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-Is it an angel?

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-I don't know.

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-I don't know.

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-Neither do I!

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-Stars.

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-I'm stuck, Mel!

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-Are there many more up there?

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-Are there many more up there?

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-Yes, there are another seven.

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-Another seven of this size?

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-Another seven of this size?

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-Yes.

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-There are also another three

-which need fixing.

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-You have the job

-of fixing them every year!

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-You work and live in the area.

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-You work and live in the area.

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-Yes, I live in Penygroes.

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-And you're an electrician?

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-And you're an electrician?

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-Yes.

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-Just checking!

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-How do we switch them on?

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-There's a box

-in the hall over there.

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-They're powered from that.

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-From one box.

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-So we could hold a ceremony

-with Mel switching on the lights?

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-Yes.

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-How would I do that?

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-You would just flick the switch.

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-You would just flick the switch.

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-That would be great.

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-Mel will be switching on the lights

-live on Wedi 7.

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-But we will have

-to make it an occasion.

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-It's time for Mel

-to ask his mother, Gwen...

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-..for advice on what needs doing.

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-Cheers until December.

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-Hopefully, Diane will help

-with the mince pies.

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-You like your mince pies!

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-We like them at Christmas, don't we?

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-We like them at Christmas, don't we?

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-Yes.

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-Cheers, Mam.

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-Cheers, Mam.

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-Cheers.

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-Cheers.

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-Cheers.

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-Again?!

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-Where do you go in town

-on a Saturday?

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-Wetherspoons.

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-And Goron Fach.

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-Where else do you go?

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-Where else do you go?

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-Pendeitsh.

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-It's a good job

-you don't drink then!

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-This is what I'm going to do.

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-I'm going to ask Nia Parry

-to accompany you to the pubs.

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-And you'll come too?

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-Yes, perhaps I'll come.

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-Yes, cancel the bingo!

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-Cut!

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-Yes, cancel the bingo!

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-We need mince pies for our

-evening to promote the fair.

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-And plenty of them!

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-Diane, the local cook

-at Ysgol Dyffryn Nantlle...

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-..has invited us,

-along with a few pupils...

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-..to bake mince pies

-in the school canteen.

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-Diane, you've organized everyone.

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-Do you have a production line

-going on?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-What's happening here?

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-Mel gets to try

-a bit of everything.

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-We need to place these on here.

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-You can taste these afterwards.

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-He might get an opportunity

-to cook with Dudley after this!

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-Lovely.

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-I'm in my element today.

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-What did he say?

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-He's in his element!

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-Yes.

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-The phone won't stop ringing now...

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-..with everyone

-putting in mince pie orders!

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-No way!

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-You'll have to work with me here

-on weekends!

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-You burn them.

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-Don't tell everyone!

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-The truth is coming out.

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-Are you all OK here? This is

-my Roberts family of helpers.

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-I don't know where I'd be

-without them.

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-And also your husband, Rhys,

-and your older brother, Cian.

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-I got the names right this time.

-I keep mixing up Cian and Ilan!

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-Cian and Ilan are on the committee.

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-Rhian and Rhys

-are also on the committee.

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-Rhian is Head of Grotto.

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-Rhys is organizing the food.

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-The barbecue and so on.

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-You and the young farmers group

-are helping with the decorations.

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-The Christmas Fair is hosted

-by Mel, Nia and the Roberts family.

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-Are you OK?

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-Mel, you'll burn your mouth.

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-Are you OK?

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-Oh, no!

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-Mel, you crack me up!

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-Yum, yum, yum!

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-I've enjoyed myself with you

-this afternoon.

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-You've enjoyed yourself.

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-I always do with you, Nia Parry!

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-Even if no-one turns up to our fair,

-at least we've had fun!

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-I hope people will turn up!

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-Yes, please come!

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-Live television and now live radio

-all in the same week.

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-It's great, isn't it?

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-Are you looking forward to it?

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-Are you looking forward to it?

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-Yes, Nia.

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-I'm not nervous today. I'm cool.

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-I'm not nervous today. I'm cool.

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-You're a cool dude.

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-Considering Mel knows everyone...

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-..the local people of Penygroes

-are already aware of our fair.

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-But we need to promote the fair

-beyond the local area.

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-What better way

-to spread the news...

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-..than with Nia Roberts

-on Radio Cymru?

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-Melfyn Parry and Nia Parry,

-you're both very busy these days.

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-Yes, we've been busy since May

-organizing our Christmas fair.

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-In my head,

-it's been Christmas for months!

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-I can't believe the fair will be

-taking place in the next few weeks.

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-Yes, we've been extremely busy.

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-It's a lot of work, I'm sure, Mel.

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-Tell me about the fair.

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-We hope to welcome

-a lot of people to Penygroes.

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-We'll have stalls and an ice rink.

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-Yes, because...

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-Yes, because...

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-An ice rink?!

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-We had a chat and decided...

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-..that we needed to have

-one main attraction at our fair.

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-There will be lads on scooters

-at the back of the procession...

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-..and Santa Claus

-will be on his sled in the centre.

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-Reindeer, bikers and Santa Claus!

-Penygroes won't know what's hit it!

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-We also have a calendar

-of naked men on top of all that!

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-Blimey! Tell me more, Nia.

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-They're the Nantlle Vale lads!

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-The Nantlle Vale football team?

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-Yes.

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-How did you know that

-when you live in Cardiff?

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-I'm from North Wales

-originally, Mel!

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-Where?

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-Where?

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-Anglesey.

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-Yes.

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-Mel's after your job, Nia.

-He'll be interviewing you soon!

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-Do you cycle

-to Benllech on Anglesey?

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-No.

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-That's the end

-of that conversation then!

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-Thank you. Ta-ra!

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-With 10 December drawing nearer...

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-..our attention turned

-to the light-switching event.

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-We have so much to do tomorrow.

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-We need to choose a Christmas tree,

-cut it down, take it to Penygroes...

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-..put it up, decorate it...

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-..and arrange for the electrician

-to come and help us with the lights.

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-I'm crossing my fingers

-that people will turn up...

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-..to see the grand ceremony of Mel

-switching on the Christmas lights.

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-And that the lights work!

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-With only three days to go

-until the lights get turned on...

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-..and less than 20 until the fair,

-I've come to Parc Glynllifon...

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-..to meet blacksmith

-Ann Catrin Evans.

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-I want to discuss the produce

-she's selling at the fair.

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-It's coming up quickly.

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-I know. Don't tell me that!

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-I know!

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-It'll be here

-before we've turned round.

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-I've been thinking

-of small things I want to do.

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-Are these earrings?

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-I've been thinking of new designs.

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-I haven't finished these.

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-They need to be silvered or bronzed.

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-They'll make a lovely gift

-in a box with a ribbon.

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-It's a nice, special gift.

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-We'll have to get the men

-of Penygroes there to buy them!

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-I think that's the kind of customer

-that will be there.

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-Our tables are roughly this big.

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-I think you've got a lot of work

-to do between now and Christmas.

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-I'll let you be.

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-There are a few others

-from here coming too.

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-You're sharing a stall.

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-Yes, we are.

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-I'm going to see Angela now.

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-Nice to see you.

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-Nice to see you.

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-Bye.

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-I'm buying a pair for Christmas!

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-Angela Evans will also be selling

-her jewellery at the fair.

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-She has experience of running

-Glynllifon's Christmas Fair.

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-This was a great chance

-to see if I was on the right track.

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-How does it work with stallholders?

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-I'm worried that I'm not charging

-enough or overcharging.

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-I can tell you how ours works.

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-We offer a table

-for two days for 50.

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-That sounds OK.

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-I thought about charging

-10 per table.

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-Very cheap. A bargain!

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-You'll only be there for four hours.

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-I'm very excited because we've got

-reindeer and ice skating there.

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-Reindeer?

-Can I get the phone number?

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-I'll steal that idea for our fair.

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-It's better than ours!

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-It's better than ours!

-

-One up!

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-With the stallholders confirmed,

-it's all coming together.

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-The children of Ysgol Bro Lleu

-will help to promote the fair.

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-They'll sing live on Wedi 7 before

-Mel turns on the Christmas lights.

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-# Pretty star, beautiful star #

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-The pupils of Ysgol Dyffryn Nantlle

-are preparing Christmas murals...

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-..that will decorate

-the Memorial Hall during the fair.

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-The entire community

-contributes late into the night.

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-A host of volunteers

-help to prepare the grotto and hall.

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-The first community meeting

-back in May is a distant memory.

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-The fruits of the community's

-labour are clear to see.

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-Christmas is getting nearer.

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-Tomorrow, Mel and I

-will choose the Christmas tree.

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-We're going to choose a tree

-and cut it down here.

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-Yes.

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-Then we'll have to ask

-one of the lads to deliver it.

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-Yes.

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-Then we'll put the lights on

-in the afternoon.

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-And then seven o'clock tonight,

-you and me.

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-Yes.

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-Well, you'll switch the lights on.

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-Yes.

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-It'll be great.

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-It's a big day today.

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-You'll have a break this afternoon.

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-You'll have a break this afternoon.

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-I know, Nia.

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-We've come here to see Arwel.

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-Why are we here?

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-Why are we here?

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-We're here to find a Christmas tree.

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-A Christmas tree.

-We've got a big night tonight.

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-Arwel, you've got all of these trees

-and we've got a choice of them.

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-Yes.

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-How large do you think it should be?

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-How large do you think it should be?

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-How large do you think?

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-Ten or twelve feet, I think.

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-Ten or twelve feet, I think.

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-That sounds good.

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-What time do you deliver?

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-What time do you deliver?

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-Do you like that one?

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-It's nice, Mel.

-There are plenty of branches.

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-OK, are we agreed?

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-This is our tree?

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-This is our tree?

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-Yes.

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-Happy?

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-Happy?

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-Yes, we are.

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-Thank you, Arwel.

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-Thank you, Arwel.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Let's shout to Eric to cut it down.

-Are you ready?

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-Eric!

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-Ready to rock and roll!

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-It's a good tree.

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-Nice one!

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-The lads are doing the job now.

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-After choosing our tree,

-it was time for Mel and me...

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-..to rush back to Penygroes

-to see the huge tree in the village.

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-Well, the tree

-has arrived before us!

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-Yes.

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-Standing there, it does look

-more like a branch than a tree.

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-It's a bit small.

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-It doesn't matter.

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-I love it!

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-We've got a big ceremony

-where we invite the whole village...

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-..to see the lights on it.

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-Oh, I feel embarrassed.

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-It's nice, but it is a bit small.

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-It's nice, but it is a bit small.

-

-Yes.

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-We have to be positive now.

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-By the time it's lit up,

-it'll look great.

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-Noel's already been here, look.

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-Santa Claus is already up.

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-All we need now are the lights

-on the Christmas tree...

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-..and a dramatic switch for you.

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-And then Penygroes will be lit up.

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-It'll be like Blackpool!

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-Yes.

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-At least the size of the tree

-means Noel has fewer lights to fit!

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-Look at how many lights I've bought.

-I've bought five sets.

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-They've only put one up.

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-I thought the tree

-would be a bit bigger.

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-There we go. This is our tree.

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-We're happy with it.

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-It's about quality, not quantity.

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-Isn't that right, lads?

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-Noel and Gareth

-have a lot of work ahead of them.

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-They have to fit the lights

-before the ceremony tonight.

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-Fair play, they keep working at it

-long after night falls.

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-People are starting to arrive.

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-I'm hoping for more.

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-In a way, it'll be a sign of how

-much interest there is in the fair.

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-Let's see.

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-Hopefully,

-we'll have a full hall here.

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-We've been filming in a forest

-near Pwllheli today.

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-That's where we got

-the special tree.

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-I look forward to turning the lights

-on and making everyone happy.

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-Can I just make a few dull

-but important announcements?

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-Mel and I are doing a live interview

-on Wedi 7 at seven o'clock.

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-It would be nice if nobody swore

-or farted or anything like that!

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-Alright, Mel?

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-Alright, Mel?

-

-Yes, OK.

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-Gerallt and the crew

-are almost ready to broadcast live.

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-It's time for me to concentrate.

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-They're both called Parry,

-and are with Gerallt in Penygroes.

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-Good evening.

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-Here they are, Angharad,

-Nia Parry and Melfyn Parry.

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-We'll be seeing a lot of them

-between now and Christmas.

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-Your series starts tonight.

-What do you have in mind?

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-What have you been doing

-for the last month?

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-We've been so busy, haven't we, Mel?

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-Since May, we've been organizing

-our Christmas fair.

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-We've got reindeer,

-we've got an ice rink...

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-..stalls for people

-to do their Christmas shopping.

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-Fairground rides

-and a few headaches along the way!

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-The first part

-of the interview went well.

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-A quick cuppa and a mince pie

-before the highlight of the evening.

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-Mel turning the lights on.

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-Tell them what happened.

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-Three quarters of them

-are stuck in the tins.

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-We had to start from scratch.

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-Here's a mince pie.

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-I'll give you a kiss for that, Mam.

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-It was a very good night.

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-No mistakes. Fantastic.

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-Fingers crossed,

-I don't want snow on the tenth.

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-You, me and your mother will be

-doing a dance to ward off snow.

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-I'll be getting up at seven

-to check.

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-We'll have to check the forecast.

0:21:090:21:10

-We'll have to check the forecast.

-

-Yes.

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-Tonight has been a roaring success,

-hasn't it, Mel?

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-It's shown me

-that communities still exist.

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-There's a close community

-in Penygroes.

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-You know what...

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-..I think there'll be a big crowd

-at our Christmas fair.

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-Yes, I hope so, on the 10th.

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-Seeing so many people here

-has raised my spirits.

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-Mine too.

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-Have you had a nice night?

0:21:350:21:35

-Have you had a nice night?

-

-Yes.

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-We're happy.

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-We're happy.

-

-Absolutely.

0:21:370:21:39

-We're going to have

-a very merry Christmas in Penygroes.

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-Our lads!

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-And our ladies!

0:21:440:21:45

-And our ladies!

-

-And our ladies!

0:21:450:21:46

-The evening isn't over yet,

-because there's one job left to do.

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-The ceremony's highlight

-and Mel's big moment.

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-Three, two, one.

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-# Good tidings we bring

-to you and your kin

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-# Good tidings for Christmas

-and a happy new year #

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-With the villagers merry

-and the lights flashing...

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-..this close community

-is ready to welcome Christmas.

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-If we've been good girls and boys,

-in a few days...

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-..Santa Claus will bring

-a Christmas fair to Penygroes.

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Mae prysurdeb y trefniadau yn parhau wrth i Mel a Nia baratoi ar gyfer y noson pan fydd y goleuadau yn cael eu cynnau. Mel and Nia prepare to turn on the lights and bake 300 mince pies!