Mon, 19 Dec 2016 Ffermio


Mon, 19 Dec 2016

Bydd Ffermio yn dathlu'r Nadolig wrth i Alun, Daloni a Meinir ymgynnull yn Nhafarn y Ffarmers, Llanfihangel y Creuddyn. Ffermio celebrates Christmas at the Ffarmers, Llanfihange...


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-Hello and a warm welcome

-to Ffermio...

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-..and to the Ffarmers pub,

-Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn...

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-..where we're all celebrating

-Christmas.

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-Indeed.

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-There's more emphasis these days

-on buying locally at Christmas time.

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-On this programme, we look at those

-who produce things at home.

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-Not just food but presents too.

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-That sounds nice.

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-Once again this year...

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-..a Christmas tune

-composed especially for Ffermio...

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-..will be performed by a

-farmer's son from the Vale of Clwyd.

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-Coming up, we'll be in Colwyn Bay

-meeting Lowri Wyn...

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-..who keeps rare sheep.

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-More than that, she makes

-something special from their wool.

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-You'll also get the chance to see

-the photos you sent us of your dogs.

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-As Christmas draws near, farmers

-across Wales are getting busier...

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-..to ensure everyone

-has plenty of food.

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-Turkey is still popular.

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-Meinir went to a Pembrokeshire farm

-where they keep 500 of them.

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-Here on Maesyderi farm, Boncath,

-the Vaughans are very busy...

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-..preparing turkeys for

-local people's Christmas dinner.

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-Believe you me,

-a 20lb turkey needs a lot of food!

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-Maesyderi is a 200-acre farm.

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-They milk 120 cattle

-and keep 30 pedigree Beltex sheep.

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-There's a lot more work

-for the family in winter...

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-..as they rear 500 turkeys.

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-This is a proper family farm.

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-Everyone pitches in.

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-This gets you

-in the Christmas spirit!

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-How long have you kept turkeys?

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-They've been at Maesyderi

-for about 28 years.

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-Mam and Dad decided they wanted

-to keep some after they got married.

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-Mam-gu and Tad-cu had some

-and they said...

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-.."If you're going to keep some,

-keep them all!"

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-That's what happened.

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-We order them in January and they

-come as day-old chicks in August.

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-As they grow,

-they go out to a larger enclosure.

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-It's three weeks until Christmas

-and they've come on very well.

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-They're given rolled barley now

-to make their meat a lot whiter...

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-..and the taste a lot nicer.

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-Is that the secret?

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-Yes, and a couple of secrets

-I won't tell you!

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-I thought

-you were going to reveal all!

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-Not this time. That's how we get

-the customers to return every year.

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-The chicks come in August a day old.

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-How much do they cost then?

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-About 3 when they're a day old.

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-It all depends on

-the different varieties or breeds.

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-You have many breeds here.

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-You have many breeds here.

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-We have five breeds.

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-Roly-polies, Plumpies...

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-..T9s, T10s...

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-..and the Grainmakers

-I think their name is.

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-It's to ensure we have

-different weights for the customers.

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-Some want 8lb turkeys,

-some want 28lb ones.

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-If they're not large enough

-or they're getting too big...

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-..we change the lighting

-in this building.

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-If they're too small,

-we give them more light for longer.

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-Why is that?

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-They only eat when it's light.

-They don't eat if it's dark.

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-You have to be organized, I'm sure.

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-There's a lot of paperwork...

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-..especially

-after the turkeys are slaughtered.

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-You have to ensure

-there's a turkey for everyone...

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-..and they get the size they want,

-or as close as possible.

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-After slaughtering, they're weighed

-before they're put in the fridges.

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-Then we sort them...

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-..so a turkey is allocated

-to everyone who orders from us.

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-You have to be organized.

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-The farmyard can get full of cars...

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-..with 20 people in the house

-wanting their turkeys!

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-Glyn and Mair

-have farmed here for 28 years.

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-They can do any work required.

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-Mair does the milking

-in the morning and evening.

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-I do the feeding, scraping

-and the mucking out.

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-It's all done in the morning

-before breakfast.

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-Then it's other work

-for the rest of the day.

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-The turkeys are fed after breakfast.

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-I'll then go around

-the Beltex sheep.

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-You also work away from the farm.

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-Yes, I'm a fireman

-with the fire brigade in Crymych.

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-It'll be 20 years next year.

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-I'm the crew manager at present.

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-I enjoy it.

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-It's completely different

-to farming.

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-I've learned a lot

-and I enjoy it a lot.

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-I think you're very lucky

-to have Mair!

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-Definitely. She can do everything.

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-There's no telling

-if I'm here or not.

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-If the pager goes, I'm off.

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-That's how it works.

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-You're a farmer's daughter. You can

-do anything that needs doing.

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-Yes, I was brought up

-on a dairy farm near Capel Iwan.

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-I do most of the milking.

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-I prefer milking

-to scraping or feeding.

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-She prefers it

-to being on a tractor too!

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-It's not easy to rear turkeys

-for Christmas.

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-As well as all the work

-feeding them...

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-..you need to be organized

-when taking all the orders...

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-..ensuring no-one goes without

-their turkey on Christmas Day.

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-It's a couple of weeks

-until Christmas.

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-We have to watch them now.

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-There's a lot of work

-keeping an eye on them...

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-..making sure they're clean...

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-..ready for the mad rush

-as I call it...

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-..a couple of days before Christmas.

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-Carys,

-you have some extra help this year!

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-Yes! He'll be among the feathers

-by Christmas.

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-We've been born among the feathers

-so he'll go in straightaway.

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-It's a part of our life.

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-It's how it's been for us

-and it'll be the same for him.

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-How many regulations are involved?

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-How many regulations are involved?

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-Quite a lot.

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-Like milk, it's food,

-so we have to be careful.

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-We send in a form

-saying when we're plucking.

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-We might have a spot-check

-or we might be lucky and see no-one.

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-What happens on plucking day?

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-A couple of us

-start at around 2.00am.

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-We catch the turkeys,

-stun them and slaughter them.

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-It's much easier

-to handle them in the dark.

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-You don't anger them.

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-We do around 170-200 in a day.

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-How much per pound do you charge?

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-How much per pound do you charge?

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-Around 3.50 per pound.

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-For a 20lb turkey, it's around 65.

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-It's a good sign

-that you have returning customers.

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-It is. We're lucky that local people

-support us very well.

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-If you want fresh turkey,

-come to Maesyderi this year!

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-They're not expensive

-and I can guarantee they're tasty!

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-You obviously enjoy farming turkeys.

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-I do.

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-I'm very glad that Mam and Dad let

-us take such a role in the business.

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-They take our comments on board.

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-If we want to change something,

-they're ready to try it.

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-So I do enjoy doing it.

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-It's a way for me to farm

-without farming full-time...

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-..because I usually work in the

-office, so it keeps me on the farm.

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-It makes Christmas.

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-Yes, it isn't Christmas here

-without turkey.

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-We're in the Ffarmers pub

-in the depths of Ceredigion.

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-The place has been transformed

-by the owners...

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-..Rhodri Edwards

-and Esther Prytherch.

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-Today, the chef is their son, Harri.

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-Harri, tell me, does Christmas

-challenge you as a restaurant?

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-You'd think it would, but because

-the menu doesn't change...

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-..almost everyone wants turkey...

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-..we can just send the orders out.

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-It's also

-quite an exciting time of year.

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-That keeps us going too.

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-We have a break in January

-so it's something to aim for!

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-Yes!

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-I'm sure

-you've seen the development...

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-..of the idea of local food.

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-That's part of your culture here.

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-It is, actually.

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-It's a lot easier than you'd think.

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-There are so many good ingredients

-in the area.

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-Rob Rattray is nearby.

-He provides our meat.

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-The fish comes from Cardigan Bay

-and Pembrokeshire.

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-If you went through the menu,

-a lot of it is local.

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-Hunts take place

-the other side of the valley.

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-We get meat from there

-this time of the year.

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-I see.

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-What's the response like?

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-Do people appreciate the fact

-you provide food sourced locally?

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-Yes.

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-We're a bit out of the way.

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-People are willing to drive here

-because they know the food is local.

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-If it costs an extra 50p,

-people are prepared to pay.

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-It's nice, as there's no village

-hall and the chapel's shut...

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-..we're like the local town hall.

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-That's another reason...

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-..why the Ffarmers

-is in Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn.

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-What about Christmas Day?

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-Where will you be spending it?

-Will you be working?

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-We're opening on Christmas morning.

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-A drink for the locals -

-it's a tradition.

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-Then we're going to Cardiff

-to see family.

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-Excellent. Merry Christmas to you.

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-Thank you for the food

-when it comes.

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-We love coming here to the depths

-of Ceredigion to Y Ffarmers.

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-Merry Christmas.

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-While we're enjoying the tasty food,

-a chance for you to have a break.

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-Before that, a few weeks ago...

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-..I asked you

-to send in photos of your dogs.

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-Thank you for the response.

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-Here are some of them.

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-If you want to see more,

-visit our Facebook page.

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-Enjoy!

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-Welcome back to Y Ffarmers pub

-in Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn.

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-We've already been in amongst

-the turkeys in Pembrokeshire.

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-We've also spoken about the

-importance of buying locally.

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-What about Christmas presents?

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-Daloni has been

-to meet Lowri Wyn...

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-..who has a different use

-for her wool.

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-Llwyn Elian is a sheep farm

-in Llanelian near Colwyn Bay.

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-They keep 400 commercial sheep.

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-When their daughter, Lowri Wyn,

-returned home from travelling...

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-..she bought a flock of rare

-pedigree sheep for a unique reason.

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-Were you born and raised here?

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-Yes, in Llanelian.

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-Where is Llanelian? We can

-see the sea in the background.

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-It's between Colwyn Bay,

-that's down by the sea.

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-Behind us you can see the mountains

-where Betws Yn Rhos and Dolwen are.

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-You farm here.

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-Yes, we have

-around 400 sheep in all.

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-You have your own special flock.

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-I've got slightly different sheep

-to the ones Dad and Taid have.

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-My sheep are

-Devon and Cornwall Longwool.

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-I've got eight sheep, a ram

-and a few lambs from last year.

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-You bought them yourself?

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-I bought them myself

-because I was interested in them.

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-I take them out

-and exhibit them at shows.

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-Only small shows.

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-You were raised here

-but you've been away.

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-Yes, I went travelling for a few

-months in New Zealand and Australia.

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-I came back and wanted to start

-something myself.

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-I started making jewellery

-from home.

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-I started doing it

-in my brother's old bedroom.

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-Is there a connection between

-your beautiful sheep...

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-..and what you produce

-in your studio?

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-I use the wool.

-We shear the sheep and the lambs.

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-Lamb wool is very valuable.

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-I take the wool

-down to a shop in Colwyn Bay.

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-A lady down there

-weaves and colours it for me.

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-I use that wool

-in some of my pieces.

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-That's original.

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-Yes, it's a bit different.

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-Yes,

-but I wanted something original...

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-..so people think and remember

-"Oh, the woman who does the wool."

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-They are very friendly sheep.

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-Their sheared wool

-can weigh up to 9kg.

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-At its longest,

-their wool is around 25cm long.

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-Here's the ram.

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-Isn't he lovely!

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-Look at this wool.

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-It's long, thick and curly.

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-It's wonderful.

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-He's quite a sight, Lowri.

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-He's quite a sight, Lowri.

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-He does like a bit of attention.

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-How old is he?

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-He's three or four. Four, I think.

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-You'll get a lot of wool

-from shearing him.

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-Yes indeed.

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-Look at how nice it is.

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-If Santa Claus is listening...

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-..please, please my I have one

-like Ted for Christmas?

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-I haven't seen a ram like

-this one for a long while.

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-They are different.

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-You've pampered him.

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-He is quite tame.

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-He's been spoilt.

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-He'll be here forever.

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-I don't think Mam

-will let me sell Ted.

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-I don't think I could anyway.

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-Ted! You're special.

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-What's amazing is that you use the

-wool for such an original purpose.

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-There's a lot of wool

-and I don't need much.

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-I thought about making

-the most of what I've got.

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-I'm sure the shearers

-enjoy themselves.

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-Yes, I have to get a few friends

-round on those days.

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-You'd need two or three strong

-shearers for this coat.

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-Right, do you want

-to come home to Lleyn?

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-Chrissy Smith

-at the Lost Sheep in Colwyn Bay...

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-..is a master of spindling

-all kinds of wool.

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-That includes Lowri's wool.

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-After designing and crafting at

-home...

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-..Lowri moved to Conwy high street.

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-This year, she won Conwy's prize

-for best new business.

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-This is where the jewellery is made.

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-This is where I make

-all the jewellery.

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-I do the selling here too.

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-How do you go about your work?

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-I buy the silver in a sheet or wire.

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-I then go about cutting it

-then filing and soldering.

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-I have to do a lot of cleaning

-with sand paper.

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-I then get the fine files out.

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-That's followed by polishing

-and then adding the wool at the end.

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-There's also personalisation

-if someone wants a name on it.

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-You make all kinds of items.

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-I make necklaces,

-bracelets, earrings, studs...

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-..and I take commissioned work.

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-I'll do that if a customer wants

-something that's unique to them.

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-I try to work with the customer

-to make something different.

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-If someone wants a particular colour

-of wool, is that possible?

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-Yes, a bride came wanting

-to match her bridesmaids' dresses.

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-I went back to the lady in

-Colwyn Bay and tried to match it...

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-..so we could make necklaces

-for her as thank you presents.

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-You make each piece individually.

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-Yes, every one is hand made and none

-of them are exactly the same.

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-They are all unique.

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-Wyn jewellery accepts commissions

-from all over the world.

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-She's made cuff links

-for George North...

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-..and a bracelet for his girl

-friend, Olympic cyclist Becky James.

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-It's been a successful year.

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-The busy period before Christmas

-proves that wool, vision...

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-..and jewellery

-are a successful combination.

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-This is my second Christmas

-at the Wyn Jewellery store.

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-It's been very busy.

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-I've had a lot of requests

-over the web and on the high street.

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-Conwy is such a busy place.

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-We've got

-a lot of unique shops here.

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-Most of the shops are open

-right up until Christmas Eve.

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-I'm sure I'll be very busy

-up until then.

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-From where do you get your ideas

-and inspiration?

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-Just from the countryside.

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-I've grown up on a farm.

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-I think that shows in the jewellery.

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-There's nothing like it.

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-Nobody makes jewellery

-with this wool.

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-That's how I wanted to

-attract customers.

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-It's quite different.

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-From wool to song.

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-We've got a special song

-for Christmas again this year.

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-This one is written and performed

-by Steffan Rhys Hughes...

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-..who grew up on a farm in

-Llangwyfan in the Clwyd valley.

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-He won the Bryn Terfel Scholarship

-this year.

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-He's also just been announced

-as Only Men Aloud's newest member.

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-Quite a year for him.

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-The song is called

-Gwyrth yn y Gwair.

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-In addition to celebrating

-the miracle of birth...

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-..it's a chance to look back on

-the year, the highs and the lows.

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-It's a chance to remember that while

-we have the miracle of birth...

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-..be that a person or an animal,

-there's hope for us all.

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-Even though I live in Cardiff,

-I'm from Llangwyfan.

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-There's plenty of inspiration

-on the farm.

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-I enjoy going around the land

-with Taid and Dad and the family.

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-I am inspired by being home.

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-I'm looking to singing in a number

-of concerts over Christmas.

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-I'll be singing both here

-and at home.

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-I'll head home to relax

-over the holidays then.

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-I'm looking forward to the projects

-on the horizon in 2017.

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-Christmas is almost upon us.

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-2016 is about to draw to a close.

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-We've had an excellent year

-travelling all over Wales.

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-We've met some interesting

-characters.

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-Thank you all for your company,

-support and your welcome.

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-Indeed, this year has been

-a year of events and changes.

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-Assembly elections, Trump elected

-in the US and Brexit of course.

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-Plenty of questions to answer

-in the new year.

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-In the new year, we'll be back

-on the 9th of January...

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-..to celebrate Ffermio's

-20th birthday.

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-A chance to look back

-at a few items...

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-..and some highlights

-from the recent past.

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-We leave you with the sounds

-of a Christmas song...

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-..composed especially for Ffermio

-by Steffan Rhys Hughes.

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-Merry Christmas to you all.

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-Merry Christmas!

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-# When the nights are long

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-# And the world weighs you down

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-# Remember the little baby

-and his crib in an old stable

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-# He came to the world as a gift

-in his mother's arms

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-# He gave his life for us

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-# Nobody asked why

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-# A miracle in the hay, it's a baby

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-# Jesus, son of Mary,

-he was proclaimed

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-# As the hope for us all

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-# For all of the world's children

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-# There's a miracle in the hay

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-# Despite all the obstacles

-on our road

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-# Despite all the pain

-and the tears shed

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-# Remember the sun always rises

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-# After every long year

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-# A miracle in the hay, it's a baby

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-# Jesus, son of Mary,

-he was proclaimed

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-# As the hope for us all #

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Bydd Ffermio yn dathlu'r Nadolig wrth i Alun, Daloni a Meinir ymgynnull yn Nhafarn y Ffarmers, Llanfihangel y Creuddyn. Ffermio celebrates Christmas at the Ffarmers, Llanfihangel y Creuddyn.


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