Tue, 12 Jan 2016 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 12 Jan 2016

Bydd Lilwen McAllister yn sôn am yr hen draddodiad o ddathlu'r hen galan yng Nghwm Gwaun. Lilwen McAllister will be chatting about the tradition of celebrating the old new year ...


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-Hello and welcome

-to Tuesday's Prynhawn Da.

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-We have a variety of items

-for you today.

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-There's something for everyone.

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-Many of us spent Christmas

-eating turkey and pulling crackers.

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-However, that was not the experience

-of Lowri Griffiths.

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-We'll hear more about her time

-at a yoga school in India.

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-Minister, Rosier Morgan will share

-his most prized possessions with us.

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-We'll meet the new ambassadors

-of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol...

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-..Elen Davies and Dylan Nicholas.

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-Elinor Gwynn continues her trek

-of the Welsh coast at Kenfig dunes.

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-Huw Rees opens the doors

-to his fashionable wardrobe...

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-..to look at the variety

-of accessories available.

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-Stay with us

-over the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We begin the programme with our

-special guest, Lilwen McAllister.

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-Most of Wales has already

-celebrated New Year...

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-..but some areas of Wales continue

-to celebrate the Old New Year.

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-The Gwaun Valley in Pembrokeshire

-is one of those areas.

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-Lilwen will be celebrating

-the Old New Year tomorrow.

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-Welcome to the programme, Lilwen.

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-Thank you.

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-Why haven't the people of the Gwaun

-Valley said Happy New Year yet?

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-The people of the Gwaun Valley

-are unique.

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-You could possibly call us stupid!

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-The Julian calendar

-was used in Britain...

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-..until the Gregorian

-calendar was introduced in 1752.

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-Pope Gregory wanted us all to follow

-the Gregorian calendar.

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-The people of the Gwaun Valley

-didn't agree...

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-..so we still celebrate

-the Old New Year.

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-The tradition continues today.

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-Tomorrow, we'll be at home all day.

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-The children travelled

-from house-to-house...

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-..singing traditional rhymes

-to 'let in' the coming year...

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-..and to wish the occupants

-health and happiness.

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-They enjoy coming to sing.

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-Our cameras have been to film

-the children in the past.

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-New Year Eve isn't a big event when

-celebrating the Old New Yeasr.

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-New Year Eve isn't a big event when

-celebrating the Old New Year.

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-All the celebrations

-takes place tomorrow.

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-Myfanwy and I will go walking

-tomorrow.

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-The first singers to sing at a house

-get more money!

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-Special food and drink was prepared

-in advance for the Old New Year.

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-In the farmhouses in the area,

-the women busily organized the food.

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-They made a lunch

-of cooked goose and plum pudding.

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-The visiting children eat lunch with

-the other families.

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-We would all visit our family

-members when I was younger.

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-It's a celebration that takes place

-all over the valley.

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-During the evening,

-we eat cold meats and turkey.

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-They are accompanied with pickles.

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-Many of the farms still

-welcome the children.

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-The farms of the area still

-offer a warm welcome...

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-..the Old New Year

-celebrations.

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-What will you be doing

-tomorrow evening?

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-Tomorrow, we'll go to Bessie's pub.

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-She's just won an award for

-the best bass beer.

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-She's won the award every year

-for 40 years.

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-Congratulations to Bessie.

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-Gwenda, my sister...

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-..will bring her keyboard and we'll

-sing together.

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-We'll sing hymns, Tom Jones and

-Max Boyce songs.

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-Perhaps a few ballads and folk songs

-will be performed too.

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-Will people at the top of the valley

-be celebrating?

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-People from the north of the valley

-will join in with the celebration.

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-There's a similar celebration

-there too.

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-Everyone will sing together and

-join the celebration.

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-Happy New Year.

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-Happy Old New Year to you!

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-Enjoy the buffet.

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-Tomorrow's buffet sounds wonderful!

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-Enjoy tomorrow.

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-After the break, Lowri Griffiths

-will be telling us more...

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-..about her Indian

-Christmas experience.

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-Minister, Rosier Morgan of Crymych

-and Blaenffos will also be here...

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-..to share with us

-his most prized possessions.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Most of our viewers celebrated

-Christmas in the traditional way.

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-They had turkey or goose for lunch,

-a Christmas tree in the corner...

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-..and perhaps a gift or two

-from Father Christmas.

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-However, this wasn't how our next

-guest celebrated her 2015 Christmas.

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-Welcome the programme,

-Lowri Griffiths.

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-Thank you.

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-Where did you spend Christmas?

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-This Christmas, I spent my time

-at a yoga school in India.

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-I did some research and found

-an Ashram in North East India.

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-It was in a town called Rishikesh

-at the foothills of the Himalayas.

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-Why did you decide to leave the

-traditional Christmas?

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-I went alone but met a group of

-fantastic friends there.

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-I started doing yoga last year.

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-It's addictive and it can change you

-as a person.

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-I started going to one class a week

-and soon found that I loved them.

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-Therefore, I decided to visit the

-birthplace of yoga itself, India!

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-I did some research and found

-an Ashram in North East India.

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-Yoga gave me a lot more

-physical and mental awareness.

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-After a period of illness, I found

-that my energy levels had dropped.

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-I was unable to go to the gym

-and be active.

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-A friend of mine

-who was a yoga teacher...

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-..suggested that I attend her yoga

-class to get my body moving again.

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-I could see the physical, mental

-and emotional benefits of yoga.

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-As my health improved,

-I started to attend more classes.

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-I feel that I'm in tune with

-what foods nourishes my body...

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-..what drains me

-and what gives me energy.

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-Yoga makes you think about your life

-and your health.

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-I've never done yoga.

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-However, many people love it.

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-Not many people would go to India

-to study yoga, like you.

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-I started by asking around for the

-best yoga experiences.

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-There were some retreats that

-offered five star treatments.

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-It was a total shock to the system

-when I arrived in India.

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-It was much colder

-than I had expected.

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-Temperatures dropped to below

-freezing during parts of the day.

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-There wasn't any heating

-in the Ashram or in our rooms.

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-It was difficult to warm up

-and there wasn't any hot water.

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-Showers were a luxury as we were

-only allowed one every other day.

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-The showers were just wet rooms

-and nothing luxurious.

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-However, the views were spectacular.

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-I took one singing friend with me!

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-It's a dancing Christmas tree!

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-My family were worried about me

-when I decided to go.

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-However, they enjoy travelling too.

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-These were the friends that I made

-whilst there.

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-Some of them left

-after the first week.

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-Others decided to travel to Goa

-to indulge in food and drink.

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-Towards the end,

-we all grew to love the experience.

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-We would get up at 6:30am

-and head to our chanting lessons.

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-We also had pranayama or breathing

-exercises every other day.

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-The food was amazing there.

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-We didn't eat any meat,

-fish or consume any alcohol.

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-We followed a strict diet.

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-We ate what suited our bodies at

-different times of the day.

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-There's a copper tool that helps

-to cleanse the body.

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-On alternate days, we did yogic

-purification to clear our airways.

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-We would place lukewarm water and

-salt in this pot.

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-We would inhale the water and it

-would come out the other nostril.

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-It worked wonders.

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-I would certainly go again.

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-Thank you, Lowri.

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-Do you know someone

-who is active in the community...

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-..and who deserves

-a Salt of the Earth plate?

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-Here's Alwyn with the details.

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-Over the years, I've presented

-of Salt of the Earth plates...

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-..to hundreds of very worthy

-recipients, all over Wales.

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-I'm sure there's someone in your

-area who deserves this accolade...

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-..and to be named Salt of the Earth.

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-Get in touch with us by sending

-a letter to Prynhawn Da...

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-..Tinopolis, Park Street,

-Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-Alternatively, get in contact

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-We look forward to hearing from you.

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-Make sure you contact us if you know

-of anyone who deserves the plate.

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-It's time to hear more about the

-prized possessions of Rosier Morgan.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us a bit about yourself.

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-I'm originally

-from Llancaiach Fawr.

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-We call it Nelson.

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-It's not a very Welsh-speaking area.

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-I'm the son

-of Margaret a Peter Morgan.

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-I was one of four.

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-We lost our father at a young age.

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-My mother had a rough time and

-we lost our house.

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-We went to live in a pre-fab house

-and our grandmother lived with us.

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-I was the baby of the family.

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-My grandmother was originally

-from Anglesey.

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-She spoke Welsh but didn't pass on

-the language to her children.

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-This was often the case

-during the 1930s.

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-I started to speak a little Welsh

-with my grandmother...

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-..and I was sent to a Welsh school.

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-I'm the only member of the

-family who can speak Welsh.

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-I feel very blessed for this.

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-You didn't start out as a minister.

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-No, I didn't start out

-as a minister.

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-My first job was a brick layer.

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-I left school

-without any qualifications.

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-I married Sheila in 1992.

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-I married at 26.

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-I worked in the day and studied at

-Aberdare and Glamorgan university.

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-I decided to gain a qualification

-and attend night classes.

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-After six years, I started my career

-as a secondary English teacher.

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-I did my PGCE in Swansea.

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-I taught in the Gower

-for a few years.

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-I was called to the ministry

-in 2003.

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-I've brought a variety of objects.

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-My first treasured item is a lute.

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-My mother enjoyed playing the

-guitar.

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-I love playing the guitar too.

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-My mother died in 1997.

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-My mother was a great fan of music

-and sang whilst I played the guitar.

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-My mother died in 1997.

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-I inherited 1,000 and I decided

-to invest it in something special.

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-I didn't want to buy a computer that

-wouldn't last a long time.

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-I approached a luthier

-to make me a lute.

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-You're unlikely to see lutes

-nowadays.

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-The lute was built by Chris Allen

-from Aberfan in 1997.

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-This was made from scratch.

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-My second treasured item

-is a pamphlet.

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-I received these when I was

-preparing for the ministry.

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-I was studying in Cardiff

-at the time.

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-I'm the only Welsh speaker and only

-Christian in the family.

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-I was sent these pamphlets through

-the post.

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-They were sent by my Uncle Gwilym.

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-It contains the history of the

-church in Ffynnonbedr, Ceredigion.

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-I have a family connection

-to the church.

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-My great-grandfather was a minister

-in Llechryd and Felinwynt.

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-Huw Hermonydd Williams

-was ordained in 1884.

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-Blaenffos, where I'm a minister...

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-..is only four miles from Llechryd.

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-My final treasured item

-is a rose made from clay.

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-Sheila joined by to come and live in

-Pembrokeshire.

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-However, she battled cancer.

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-Sheila made me this rose in 2008...

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-..when we stayed at Ellel

-Ministries, Pierrepont, Farnham.

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-Sheila wasn't an emotional person.

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-She showed me her love not through

-words but actions.

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-The clay reminds me

-of our connection to the earth.

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-It's also proof of a love

-that can outlive death.

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-This rose means everything to me.

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-Love is eternal.

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-This rose doesn't mean anything to

-anyone else but everything to me.

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-Thank you, Rosier.

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-We have an announcement for you.

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-A New Year sermon will be held

-at Bryn-engan Chapel, Eifionydd...

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-..with the Minister Emlyn Richards

-from 7.00pm this evening.

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-There's a warm welcome to all.

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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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-Still to come this afternoon...

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-..we continue our journey

-around the coastline of Wales.

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-Huw Rees will open his wardrobe

-doors with accessory ideas.

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-The Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol has

-recently appointed 14 ambassadors...

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-..who are located at seven

-different universities across Wales.

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-The ambassadors

-will start their work this month...

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-..and will be responsible for

-a variety of tasks through the year.

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-Two of the 14 appointed

-are with us now.

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-Elen Davies of Pencader

-and Dylan Nicholas of Llangunnor...

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-..welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Congratulations on your new roles.

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-How did you become ambassadors?

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-We had to receive a scholarship

-from the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol.

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-We knew people who had

-taken on the role last year...

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-..and we applied.

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-I received the main scholarship.

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-I will receive 3,000

-over the three years.

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-It will help to buy books

-and have a social life.

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-I can enjoy my student life without

-having to worry.

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-Tell us about your situation

-and where you're studying.

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-I was pleased to be able to study

-Welsh and journalism...

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-..at Cardiff University.

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-I studied at Ysgol Gyfun

-Gymraeg Bro Myrddin...

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-..before attending Cardiff

-Metropolitan University.

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-I'm studying a Business Management

-course.

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-..to study higher education

-through the medium of Welsh.

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-There are a variety of courses

-through the medium of Welsh.

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-You can view the variety of courses

-on an app that's available.

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-Our main role will be to persuade

-school pupils...

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-..to follow part of their university

-studies in Welsh.

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-It will also be our job to present

-to them the benefits of this.

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-We will be keeping

-a blog of our experiences.

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-We'll represent the Coleg Cymraeg

-Cenedlaethol on school visits...

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-..at UCAS events and in Eisteddfods.

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-The process of applying

-for a scholarship is very easy.

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-You do it all online.

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-It takes about five minutes.

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-You will need to add

-a personal statement of 500 words.

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-People came in to school

-to tell us about it.

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-I find working in Welsh much easier.

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-I would tell everyone to study

-through the medium of Welsh.

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-There are less people in the

-lectures and you get more help.

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-You also have a close relationship

-with the lecturers.

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-We will be keeping

-a blog of our experiences.

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-I wrote the first blog.

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-I gave tips on how to fill in

-a UCAS form and personal statement.

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-Students should ask the university

-questions about the course.

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-You can also find out how much

-of the course is in Welsh.

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-Coleg Cymraeg also encourage people

-to try for a scholarship.

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-For more information,

-visit www.colegcymraeg.ac.uk

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-You have to do 80 credits

-through the medium of Welsh...

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-Last week, Elinor Gwynn began

-her journey of the Welsh coastline.

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-Today, she visits a place which

-is familiar to all M4 drivers...

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-She'll also hear many surprising

-stories along her journey.

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-We've been following the

-coastal path and reached Kenfig.

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-Kenfig is to the west of Porthcawl

-and near Pyle and Bridgend.

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-Sand dunes used to stretch all the

-way from Ogmore-by-Sea to Swansea.

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-Large parts of the dune system

-have since disappeared...

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-..but I'm glad that this part

-has been maintained.

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-There are numerous dunes

-and it's a massive system.

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-Normally, we only catch a glimpse

-whilst travelling on the M4.

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-It's worth coming here to spend

-a few days exploring the area.

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-There's a wealth of wildlife...

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-..but it's also an area that's

-steeped in history and mythology.

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-Tom, there's a different feel

-and look to this part of the path...

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-..compared to areas of the path

-that have been newly opened.

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-Tell us about the history

-of this stretch of the path.

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-It was opened as the steelworks

-wanted to extend the port...

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-..to allow entry to tankers.

0:31:340:31:37

-The road was built to transport

-stone from Cornelly Quarry...

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-..to the steelworks

-that stands behind us.

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-After the road was closed, we fought

-to stop vehicles from using it.

0:31:440:31:48

-Today, it's now part

-of the Wales Coast Path.

0:31:480:31:54

-This path branches off into several

-paths that stretch around the dunes.

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-The dune system

-is larger than people think.

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-It's a long walk from here

-to the centre of Kenfig...

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-..and there are numerous paths

-along the way.

0:32:070:32:10

-Let's follow one of these

-smaller paths into the dune system.

0:32:100:32:15

-The dunes are home to a variety

-of rare plants and animals.

0:32:180:32:23

-Dunes are dynamic habitats...

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-..and it's vital that some of them

-are left as open sand dunes

0:32:260:32:30

-Over the years, we've endeavoured

-to safeguard the dunes...

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-..by planting and opening

-coastline caravan parks.

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-Over time, the sand turns to soil

-and rare plants disappear.

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-Kenfig has also been

-gradually stabilised.

0:32:450:32:50

-Important work is being undertaken

-to rebuild new sand dunes.

0:32:500:32:55

-Tom, one of the most notable aspects

-of the sand dunes in Kenfig...

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-..is the story of the old town

-that was buried under the sand.

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-The town rules are still available

-and date back to 1330.

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-You weren't allowed

-to kill an animal in the street.

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-If you lived on the high street,

-you had to keep the pavement clean.

0:33:130:33:20

-However, the sand caused a problem.

0:33:200:33:24

-After a massive storm in 1300,

-the sand arrived.

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-Over a period of 200 years,

-the sand continued coming.

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-The villagers decided to move away.

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-The church that used to stand

-in Kenfig was moved to Pyle.

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-The residents of Kenfig moved to

-Pyle, Kenfig Hill and Cefn Cribwr.

0:33:460:33:52

-The town was left to ruin and

-only parts of the castle remain.

0:33:520:33:59

-On this beautiful day, it's

-wonderful to reach the Kenfig Pool.

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-There's moisture in the air.

0:34:120:34:15

-What's the history of this area?

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-It's a freshwater lake,

-rather than a salt water lake.

0:34:190:34:22

-Several years ago, tests

-were carried out on the lake...

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-..and discovered that the water

-comes from the Brecon Beacons.

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-It reaches this location

-underground.

0:34:300:34:33

-We're unsure

-if this lake is unique...

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-..due to the fact that there isn't

-a river flowing to or from the lake.

0:34:370:34:41

-It's great to think that this old

-place still holds many secrets.

0:34:410:34:46

-Elinor will trek again next week.

0:35:130:35:17

-Llinos from the Heno team

-has joined us now.

0:35:170:35:23

-What do you have for us

-this evening?

0:35:230:35:28

-Don't forget to join me at 7.00pm.

0:35:290:35:35

-Gerallt will be live

-in Llanfairfechan.

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-Gerallt takes a ride

-in a Land Rover Defender.

0:35:400:35:48

-Gareth Wyn Jones will be with him.

0:35:480:35:55

-Presenter of Pwy Geith y Gig,

-Lara Catrin will be my studio guest.

0:35:560:36:00

-She'll also have

-an important appeal for us.

0:36:010:36:04

-This weekend,

-a special event will be held...

0:36:040:36:06

-..at the National Botanical

-Gardens of Wales.

0:36:060:36:09

-If you enjoy creating things, make

-sure you watch to find out more.

0:36:090:36:13

-Thank you, Llinos.

0:36:130:36:14

-After the break, we'll open the

-doors of Huw's fashionable wardrobe.

0:36:150:36:21

-What do you have for us, Huw?

0:36:210:36:24

-These accessories will show you the

-trends of the season.

0:36:240:36:29

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-Welcome back.

0:36:380:36:39

-It's time to open the doors

-of the wardrobe with Huw Rees.

0:36:390:36:43

-Welcome to the studio, Huw.

0:36:430:36:45

-Thank you.

0:36:450:36:49

-Today, I'm looking at accessories.

0:36:500:36:59

-Margaret is modelling for us.

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-I've chosen pieces

-which will be trendy this season.

0:37:090:37:16

-Let's look at Margaret's feet.

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-These tan ankle boots

-are more than one trend.

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-You can add a tan bag to the look.

0:37:350:37:45

-You might as well invest in a bag

-and shoes.

0:37:490:37:55

-Some people don't follow trends...

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-..but others love it.

0:37:590:38:09

-There's an European look

-to the black tights and tan shoes.

0:38:150:38:22

-Leather is another big trend

-for the next season.

0:38:220:38:28

-The bomber jacket

-is also fashionable.

0:38:280:38:38

-People believe that a bomber jacket

-is only for young people...

0:38:410:38:47

-..but Margaret looks great in this.

0:38:480:38:58

-Men have been wearing

-bomber jackets for a while.

0:39:040:39:13

-The pussycat bows

-are also in fashion.

0:39:140:39:21

-Animal print can also be seen

-on the high street.

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-You could wear a scarf.

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-You can tie it in a bow.

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-These items might already be

-in your wardrobe.

0:39:500:39:59

-The vintage and old items are

-much better than the modern items.

0:39:590:40:09

-Unless you have friends

-who buy you Armani or Gucci items.

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-Never throw anything away as they

-will always come back into fashion.

0:40:230:40:33

-Margaret has a granddaughter

-who will love her wardrobe...

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-..in the future.

0:40:400:40:44

-This hat is also great.

0:40:440:40:50

-Next, we have a jacket.

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-If I remove the hat,

-you will see the pattern.

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-These can be worn in the summer

-with the skirt or with skinny jeans.

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-Long jackets and floral items

-are also fashionable.

0:41:170:41:24

-That's all for today's programme.

0:41:240:41:26

-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:260:41:28

-Carys Tudor will have advice on

-keeping warm during the cold months.

0:41:280:41:33

-Y Castell with Jon Gower will follow

-the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:330:41:36

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:360:41:38

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Bydd Lilwen McAllister yn sôn am yr hen draddodiad o ddathlu'r hen galan yng Nghwm Gwaun. Lilwen McAllister will be chatting about the tradition of celebrating the old new year in Fishguard.


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