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Beth yw hanes cymêrs Cegin Cofi bron i ddwy flynedd ers i'r hogia' di-waith fynd ati i greu cegin gymunedol. Two-part series catching up with the lads at the community kitchen C...


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-Two years ago, lads from

-Caernarfon's Ysgubor Goch estate...

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-..wanted to start a kitchen...

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-..to sell healthy and cheap food

-on the estate and learn new skills.

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-This was the beginning

-of Cegin Peblig, or Cegin Cofi.

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-Our cameras followed

-the venture from the beginning.

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-We've come back to see what

-Jamie, Dave and Sgaw are doing...

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-..without forgetting

-the man behind the idea, Kenny Khan.

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-Caernarfon's Ysgubor Goch estate

-or Sgubs as locals call it...

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-..is well known for its chequered

-residents and social problems.

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-Sgubor Goch is generally viewed

-as a trouble hot spot.

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-People say, "Don't go there.

-It's full of ruffians.

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-"They all look like tramps."

-That's what they say.

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-It's true enough.

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-It's true enough.

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-A bad name.

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-In a way, what they say is true...

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-..but they should get to know

-the residents and not just brand us.

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-Maybe their clothes aren't great,

-maybe they've been in trouble...

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-..but they're still nice people.

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-Sgubs is a boring place.

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-There's nothing to do here

-and there aren't any opportunities.

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-We're next to an industrial estate.

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-Are there any jobs

-for the likes of us?

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-No, not one!

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-Loads of people from around here

-are sent to prison.

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-The reason for that

-is the area in which they live.

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-If only we had something to do,

-anything at all.

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-On the weekend, we all drink cider,

-smash windows or fight...

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-..then we're sent to prison

-only to do it all again.

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-Prison is more fun. At least

-there's a pool table inside.

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-These lads are in search

-of something better.

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-Kenny Khan understands the problems

-facing Sgubor Goch lads.

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-He turned his back on a life of

-crime, and now lives in Sgubor Goch.

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-He's a community worker

-on the estate.

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-Kenny is an experienced chef.

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-His vision is a mobile van selling

-healthy home-made food cheaply.

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-The unemployed youngsters

-will also develop catering skills.

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-People on the estate have issues...

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-..with work, money,

-dole and benefits...

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-..accommodation...

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-..education,

-lack of qualifications.

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-Who fancies onions?

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-Help yourselves, boys.

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-It's a cracker of a project.

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-It gives you a chance to cook meals.

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-It'll be cheap, healthy food.

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-You can set up a business,

-cooking, wiring the van...

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-..driving,

-qualifications - the job lot!

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-It's a chance to make money.

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-It's a chance to make money.

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-Yes, money.

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-It will get you out of fucking bed!

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-Everyone on the estate

-struggles to cook proper meals.

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-They eat KFC or pizzas and chips

-every day.

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-They deserve better.

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-Over the past two years, Cegin Cofi

-has gone from strength to strength.

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-The lads worked hard to clean up

-and revamp an old van.

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-It's roadworthy

-and can now serve food.

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-Local people and businesses

-gave up their time to help...

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-..and let them use their facilities

-free of charge.

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-The scheme has generated a lot

-of goodwill, uniting the community.

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-They held a tasting day

-on the estate...

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-..giving free samples

-to show what could be done.

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-Lobscouse and fruit salad

-were on the menu.

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-Kenny and the lads were surprised

-by the interest it generated.

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-The children's reaction

-was very encouraging.

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-The time has come

-to take another step forward.

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-Can Cegin Cofi become

-a real community business?

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-Unemployment continues

-to be a problem in Sgubor Goch.

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-Things are looking up

-for this family.

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-Since the last series,

-Jamie has found a job.

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-Dave and his girlfriend

-have had a new baby, Keenan.

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-The baddest gangster in Caernarfon!

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-Hey!

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-Hiya.

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-It's been a long journey -

-and the journey isn't over yet.

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-They want to take Cegin Cofi

-out on the road.

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-But first, one of Cegin Cofi's

-hardest workers is getting married.

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-Yes, Mr Anthony Sgaw Williams

-is getting married.

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-Oh, you look pretty!

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-My brother's marrying

-Catherine Williams.

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-I don't know how he is.

-He's a bit stressed.

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-We all have to get ready.

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-Anthony's stressing over his cravat.

-He's left me with the baby.

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-Hey!

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-I went out for a few pints

-last night.

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-My mouth was like a sponge

-this morning. I need a cuppa.

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-I'm happy.

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-I want to be with Catherine.

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-I hope she turns up!

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-I've already texted her.

-"Turn up today!"

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-What time are we going there?

-Twelve o'clock, is it?

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-I'll go to your wife's house

-to take photos.

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-She's not my wife yet.

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-Don't jump the gun

-or she might not turn up!

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-In Catherine and Sgaw's house...

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-..the girls arrive

-to help the bride.

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-Are you nervous?

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-Not yet. I will be when I get there.

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-Not yet. I will be when I get there.

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-Tell us about the dress.

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-It's come all the way from China,

-and it only cost 65.

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-Its really nice, custom-made.

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-So you're going to turn up, are you?

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-So you're going to turn up, are you?

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-Yes, I am. He'd kill me if I didn't!

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-See you in half an hour, Sgaw...

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-..or an hour.

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-Make sure you change into your suit.

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-Make sure you change into your suit.

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-Don't worry.

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-Dave wasn't the first choice

-for best man.

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-The original best man

-was jailed a fortnight ago.

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-Then Dave went to court,

-and I thought he'd be in jail too.

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-Kenny said, "Don't ask anyone else

-or we'll all be in jail."

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-Any chance of a brew?

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-Get me a bib.

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-Or a carrier bag, or something.

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-I know it'll go all down my suit.

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-I'm starting to feel nervous now.

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-Ffion's dress.

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-Ffion's dress.

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-Isn't she smart?

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-The bridesmaids arrive

-at the bride's house to get dressed.

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-Flowers!

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-Let's see. They're nice!

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-Nice, aren't they?

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-Where are the dresses?

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-Smile!

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-Catherine's brother is styling

-her hair free of charge.

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-It's handy that my brother's

-a hairdresser!

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-Once in a lifetime!

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-Stephen has been a hairdresser

-in Glasgow for several years.

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-How often do you come home?

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-About twice a year. The last

-time I was home was for Christmas.

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-Twice a year is enough for me!

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-Don't you miss Caernarfon?

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-Sometimes.

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-Not often.

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-While Sgaw and Catherine get ready,

-Kenny has work to do.

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-He and the lads applied

-for a grant for Cegin Cofi.

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-The form must be posted today.

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-What will the money mean

-to the lads?

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-It'll help the lads

-through training...

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-..sort out the Food and Hygiene

-certificates and work clothes.

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-It'll get the boys

-off the dole and into work...

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-..once they've been trained

-on the course.

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-The idea is a reality now.

-There are no more freebies.

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-It's a business, and it's real.

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-Kenny rushes to complete the

-application to join in the wedding.

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-Will you go down soon?

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-Will you go down soon?

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-Once I've brushed my hair and teeth.

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-I'll put on my new pants

-and fix my dodgy socks...

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-..a little polish, money in pocket

-and down to the Registry Office!

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-# Ty Ar Y Mynydd #

-Maharishi

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-# Even though I've only

-seen you once or twice

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-# I'm sure

-that you're the one for me #

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-Everyone is ready to go.

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-The neighbours look forward

-to catching a glimpse of the bride.

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-# There won't be any argument,

-only agreement

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-# If you come to live with me

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-# Your mother will be dismayed,

-your father will despair

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-# Oh, will you live with me?

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-Hey, Cath! This will be on S4C!

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-Sgaw and Catherine's families

-have gathered for their wedding.

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-Some have travelled far to be here.

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-Norman, Sgaw's uncle,

-has lived in Australia for 30 years.

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-He came all the way to take photos

-of his nephew getting married.

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-Good afternoon...

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-..and a warm welcome

-to Anthony and Catherine's families.

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-Repeat after me, I call upon...

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-Repeat after me, I call upon...

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-I call upon...

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-..these persons here present...

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-..these persons here present...

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-..these persons here present...

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-..to witness that I,

-Anthony Williams...

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-..to witness that I,

-Anthony Williams...

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-..do take thee,

-Catherine Williams...

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-..do take thee,

-Catherine Williams...

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-..to be my lawful wedded wife.

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-..to be my lawful wedded wife.

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-..to be my lawful wedded wife.

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-You were good!

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-I call upon...

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-I call upon...

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-I call upon...

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-..these persons here present...

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-..these persons here present...

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-..these persons here present...

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-..to witness that I,

-Catherine Williams...

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-..to witness that I,

-Catherine Williams...

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-..do take thee, Anthony Williams...

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-..do take thee, Anthony Williams...

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-..do take thee, Anthony Williams...

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-..to be my lawful wedded wife...

-husband!

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-..to be my lawful wedded husband.

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-I was only testing!

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-She was listening!

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-It's my pleasure to pronounce

-you husband and wife.

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-You may kiss the bride.

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-# The golden light

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-# Shines through

-the clouds on the horizon

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-# An orange glow on the seashore

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-# Creates dancing shadows

-on the waves

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-# I remember the day

-by the promenade

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-# Sitting on the wall above the sea

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-# Just beneath the sun

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-# My ice cream melted on the wall

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-# Is there a way to overcome this? #

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-Can we smoke now?

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-How did it go?

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-How did it go?

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-I'm privileged.

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-Did you enjoy it?

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-Did you enjoy it?

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-Yes.

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-He didn't think I'd turn up.

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-I didn't.

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-How do you feel

-now Catherine's your wife?

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-Fantastic.

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-I'm drinking champagne

-for the first time ever.

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-When I was last home, he was a baby.

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-They've all grown up.

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-It's a surprise. It's nice.

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-My son is coming over in six weeks.

-It's a shame he couldn't be with me.

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-That's how it goes.

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-How did it feel

-to see them get married?

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-I was proud.

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-Memories came flooding back.

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-Kenny's posted the grant application

-and he's ready to party.

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-The grant application went in today.

-Fingers crossed.

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-Cegin Cofi II is on the way.

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-Thank you.

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-Can I have your attention please?

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-Thank you for coming today.

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-It's a pleasure

-to have you here on our big day.

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-I don't know what to say.

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-He should be making the speech,

-but he's scared.

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-Thank you, Mam and Dad,

-for your help.

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-Thank you Kenny for helping me out.

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-I'm finished.

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-The lads are delighted to see

-their friend getting married.

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-I'm having a brilliant time.

-I've never worn a suit before.

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-I feel cool.

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-Seeing my mate getting married,

-I thought he was nuts.

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-At our age?!

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-But it's love, isn't it?

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-Love takes over.

-They both look lovely.

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-What have you been doing

-since the last Cegin Cofi?

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-I'm working most of the time...

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-..making money,

-as we're meant to do.

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-I feel loads better

-now I've got a job.

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-Jamie is also working.

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-He says it's thanks to Cegin Cofi.

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-Cegin Cofi helped me

-to get where I am now.

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-I'm in a decent place. I'm happy.

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-You get out of bed

-and turn up for work, do you?

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-Yes, and on time, for a change.

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-This programme gave me a wake-up

-call taught me to get out of bed!

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-What does today mean to you,

-seeing Sgaw getting married?

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-It means a lot to me

-that Sgaw is happy.

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-You can tell by looking at him

-that he's happy.

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-It's been a great day, so far...

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-..and it'll get better

-with more beer!

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-# I'll remember this #

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-Back in Kenny's house,

-the journey continues.

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-Cegin Cofi

-takes another step forward.

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-To realize the dream

-of selling healthy food...

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-..the van has to be ready.

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-Today's a big day.

-The electricians are arriving.

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-Once again, a local company agreed

-to do the work free of charge.

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-This favour will be invaluable

-to Kenny and the boys.

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-Hi, Kenny. How are you?

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-How are you?

-Thank you for helping me out.

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-No problem.

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-There's a box of stuff there.

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-There's a box of stuff there.

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-Let's see what needs to be done.

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-Double sockets and back boxes.

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-And this.

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-And the bill.

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-And the bill.

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-No!

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-One centre light.

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-There.

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-And a light above the cooker

-next to the extractor.

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-Training

-is another element of the scheme.

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-The grant money

-has been received to fund courses.

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-Maggie Ogunbanwo

-from Penygroes is the instructor.

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-More people have joined the group.

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-We're training them...

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-..just to help them

-start to work in Cegin Cofi.

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-Tonight, Sgaw...

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-..from the original Cegin Cofi...

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-..is coming

-with Alan, Jade and Sophie.

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-I'm glad to see two girls.

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-We do Girl Power in the class.

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-Special treatment for the girls.

-Al, special treatment for the girls.

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-My eyes can't handle onions.

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-It's no problem for me.

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-Onions in my eyes? Nice!

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-All these wimps who don't want

-to try and use some chillies.

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-The young people will be awarded a

-Food Safety in Catering certificate.

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-They learn skills such as baking,

-bread making, soups, cakes...

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-..and things like that.

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-Watch the genius at work, Ken.

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-Mash the tomatoes.

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-Who are you texting, Sgaw?

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-Catherine.

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-I was dying

-to do the Nigerian curry.

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-It's something different

-to cook at home. I'm experimenting!

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-It smells good.

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-It smells good.

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-Stop!

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-Oh, nice.

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-Oh, nice.

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-It tastes like curry.

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-It doesn't look like one!

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-It looks like an Indian curry...

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-..rather than a Nigerian stew.

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-Oh, nice.

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-Just a little bit more chilli!

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-I knew you'd say that.

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-I'm sure it's a good idea.

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-I have a lot of faith

-in the young people.

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-Good luck to them in the future.

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-The boys are joining

-in the project.

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-In the beginning,

-they were rather nervous.

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-They thought working in the kitchen

-with girls was a sissy job.

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-But it's a question of slowly

-building up their confidence.

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-I couldn't be more proud.

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-This is a long journey,

-not a flash in the pan.

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-Spot on.

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-On the next Dos i Gwcio...

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-..will the Cegin Cofi Bonfire Night

-go with a bang?

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-# Time to move, showing signs of

-stress, we're sober, no-one's sorry

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-# Our story stops here,

-no more worry about what to do next

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-# There's a bright future for us,

-we did it without help from you

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-# So pay attention,

-we said it before

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-# You're in your own little world,

-we've moved on, moved on, moved on #

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Beth yw hanes cymêrs Cegin Cofi bron i ddwy flynedd ers i'r hogia' di-waith fynd ati i greu cegin gymunedol. Two-part series catching up with the lads at the community kitchen Cegin Cofi.