Pennod 1 Genod y Carnifal


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Mae criw o genod Llangefni, Ynys Môn am ddod â'r Carnifal yn ôl i'r dref ond a fydd pobl y dref yn cefnogi? A group of Anglesey women set about ressurecting the Llangefni Town C...


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-Nice one!

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-Llangefni is a quiet town

-in North Wales.

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-It's a friendly place

-where everyone knows everyone.

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-But Llangefni

-has been a bit too quiet of late.

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-There's no bustle, no customers

-and certainly no carnival.

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-But that's about to change.

-Who are these women?

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-A group of girls have come together

-to bring the carnival back...

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-..for the first time in years.

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-We want to prove to people

-that Llangefni isn't a dump.

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-The carnival was once the highlight

-of the year in Llangefni.

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-It was an entertaining social event

-where men could dress up as women.

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-We were always excited

-about the July carnival.

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-People waved at us

-as we paraded through town.

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-We felt special. It was nice.

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-For the first time in 18 years...

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-..Llangefni will have a carnival.

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-A group of local girls

-will try to organize it.

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-It's 24-7 at the moment.

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-We don't stop!

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-Nici didn't sleep last night,

-I won't sleep tonight.

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-Mandy sleeps soundly every night!

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-Mandy sleeps soundly every night!

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-She's in bed by eight!

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-People realize

-the community spirit is missing.

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-We should look after each other.

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-Was it a pound a pint in Bangor?

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-I'm a Llangefni girl. I mix

-with everyone and know everyone.

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-Better the devil you know!

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-OK, ta-ra!

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-I wouldn't live anywhere else...

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-..unless I won the Lottery!

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-Nici lives in Llangefni

-with her 14-year-old son, Cameron.

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-She's the carnival committee

-secretary.

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-Cameron's happy to see

-anything happening in Llangefni.

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-You're on telly, Cameron. Smile!

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-There's nothing here.

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-Children stay at home

-and play the Xbox.

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-Cameron is 14 and he's a good lad.

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-I'm very proud of him.

-He'll do something with his life.

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-I've got my fingers crossed for him.

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-You've had all your results.

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-You've had all your results.

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-Yes.

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-What did you get?

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-93% in Science.

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-Yes.

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-94% in Maths.

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-94 in Maths?

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-What about French?

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-97.

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-97?

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-Bonjour, Cameron!

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-Hello?!

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-Mam's always talking

-about the carnival.

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-It's been 18 years

-since we last had a carnival.

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-It's good it's coming back.

-It'll bring people together.

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-The more the merrier.

-Everyone can get involved.

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-My parents lived next door

-to the carnival field.

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-I'd run home

-and ask Mam for more money!

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-The carnival went on all day.

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-People lined the streets.

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-Shops closed as the parade passed.

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-Llinos and I have been close friends

-for many years.

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-She comes over once a week

-for a glass of wine and a chat.

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-We had discussed doing something

-for ages, but weren't sure what.

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-We decided to try

-to organize a carnival.

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-We were discussing how little

-there is for children to do.

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-We decided to try to sort it.

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-Llinos and her family

-live around the corner from Nici.

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-They have one goal -

-to organize a great carnival.

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-I'll be the goalie.

-Who can score against me?

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-When Llinos isn't working,

-as the chairman...

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-..she keeps tabs on the committee.

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-She's keeping tabs

-on a house full of children today.

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-It's her son Josh's birthday.

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-Bless him!

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-It's another chance to get together

-to discuss the carnival.

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-I can stay around and be a runner.

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-You'll sleep better tonight.

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-You'll sleep better tonight.

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-Have you got a sandwich?

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-People don't get off their bums

-to do something.

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-We started it off.

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-People have been

-more than willing to help out.

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-We didn't have a generator

-this morning.

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-One of the lads brought us his.

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-I think that's what's important.

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-People are realizing

-their neighbours are friends.

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-It hasn't been like that

-for many years.

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-Mandy is also helping out

-with the arrangements.

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-She has something for Josh too.

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-Another present!

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-There you are!

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-What do you say?

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-Don't then!

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-Mandy and her family

-also live in the town.

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-Her youngest daughter, Cari Haf...

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-..is one of the carnival queen's

-petals, if you please.

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-Mandy and Cari

-have just come back from Bangor.

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-They were shopping for tiaras

-for the coronation. How did it go?

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-We didn't see anything we liked.

-I'll keep an eye on eBay.

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-Never mind. We had fun.

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-We had a McDonald's... no, a KFC,

-so it wasn't too bad!

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-I'm not as involved as the rest.

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-They work hard, fair play.

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-Food's ready.

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-It's 24-7 at the moment.

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-This month has been hectic,

-between everything.

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-We're working on the weekends.

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-We're not sleeping!

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-It isn't bad.

-We're managing between us.

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-I always like a challenge.

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-If I wasn't doing this,

-I'd be doing something else.

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-The girls have been busy

-promoting the carnival.

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-They remind shopkeepers

-about the shop window competition.

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-They even go to the Hardcore Gym.

-Are you sure about this, girls?

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-We're here

-about the shop window competition.

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-He doesn't look keen to me.

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-The parade comes from the school

-and passes here down to Iceland.

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-You've got your work cut out here!

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-Oh, he's smiling.

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-Can you put a poster in the window?

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-Can you put a poster in the window?

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-OK.

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-Good work, girls!

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-If you can't get a vehicle,

-there's a walking group.

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-You can just walk in the parade.

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-Or get a load of boys to carry him.

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-Don't promise too much! You'll be

-a pageboy before you know it!

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-Good luck.

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-Good luck.

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-Thanks very much.

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-Well done, girls!

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-Can we stay here?

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-Nici, there's work to do!

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-That put a smile

-on everyone's faces!

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-We're all mucking in.

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-It's quite equal,

-but we lapse sometimes.

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-We get cold feet

-and think it's too much work!

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-But we rally round and carry on.

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-Thank you. Ta-ra!

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-It's turning into a happy day

-for everyone.

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-The girls' wishes - and Josh's -

-seem to be coming true.

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-It's important

-that the little children...

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-..who are growing up in town...

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-..can look forward

-and see a brighter future.

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-Llinos's daughter Lidia

-is the youngest committee member.

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-She's excited

-about her first carnival.

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-I didn't know what a carnival was

-until Mam explained to me.

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-Once she got involved,

-I asked her if she'd like some help.

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-I started to help her.

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-Most of the children

-are out playing...

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-..and doing silly things.

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-We want to make Llangefni

-a better place.

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-And learn how to use

-a swing properly!

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-It's a pound for three goes.

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-It will cost 5,000

-to stage the carnival.

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-The girls are arranging

-all sorts of fund-raising events.

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-Lidia and Nici are making a poster

-for an Easter fun day.

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-What's Cameron doing

-with the screwdriver?

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-Make the 50p bolder.

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-It'll cost 50p to enter.

-Even I can afford 50p!

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-It'll be a good day for the kids.

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-They'll be whacked

-going to bed on Sunday night!

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-We'll have the tug of war

-on the rugby field.

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-You've got to be 18

-to take part in the tug of war.

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-Everyone's looking forward, they

-all want something in Llangefni.

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-It's cheap...

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-..so we'll raise a little money

-every time we arrange something.

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-People wouldn't come if it cost

-a fiver to enter. Times are hard.

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-Right, let's put it here.

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-Let's move it away from the sign.

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-We'll kick off at eleven o'clock,

-but we'll be there by nine.

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-There's so much to do.

-We've summoned the Llangefni A-Team!

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-We're expecting a good turnout.

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-We are getting the support.

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-I think we'll be OK!

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-Everything's in place

-for the Easter fun day.

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-All they need is fine weather

-and people spending money.

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-What could go wrong?

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-Good morning.

-Welcome to Llangefni Rugby Club!

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-The weather's fine.

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-The weather's fine.

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-It's lovely.

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-Fine weather for a fun day.

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-You need more than nice weather

-for a successful day.

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-You'd better get going!

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-There's work to do.

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-The women hope

-that people will flock...

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-..to the rugby ground to have fun

-and donate to the carnival fund.

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-Can I have two here with us?

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-Please!

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-Don't be afraid to ask, Nici, you

-won't get anything without asking.

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-In the time I've been doing this...

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-..I've seen how ready people are

-to help and how kind they are.

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-Everyone's skint these days,

-the price of everything's gone up.

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-People have brought

-2 Easter eggs. It all helps.

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-They're willing to help.

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-There's another one

-to do after this.

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-The lads never were good at jigsaws.

-This might take some time.

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-No, they're doing well.

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-At last, the ground is ready.

-The first customers start to arrive.

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-Steph is also

-on the carnival committee.

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-She welcomes people at the gate

-wearing rabbit ears.

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-There are a lot

-of strangers here too.

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-The word has gone around,

-which is great.

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-Whisky! She's going to have fun.

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-Welcome to everyone.

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-The egg hunt starts in ten minutes

-at the far end of the field.

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-Before you ask what on earth

-the woman in the hat is doing...

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-..let's have an explanation.

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-Wow.

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-Every egg you find is worth 10p.

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-You can exchange it

-for a bag of mini eggs.

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-Search, search, search!

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-Do you understand?

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-Health and Safety says...

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-..you can't throw chocolate eggs

-into a hedge, only plastic ones.

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-So the kids are busy

-looking for plastic eggs.

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-They can swap them later

-for chocolate ones.

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-But they have to pay.

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-Some haven't quite got it,

-poor things.

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-Have you got money?

-You've got to pay for the eggs.

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-You need to have 1.50.

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-Some bring back a full bag.

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-They don't realize

-they have to pay 10 pence.

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-Where's Dad when you need him?

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-He's having fun! What about Nici?

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-Hectic.

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-I thought

-we'd be sorted in 90 minutes...

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-..and I'd be having a lager,

-but I'm not!

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-It's already a good turnout.

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-I think it'll be a good day.

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-I felt sick this morning.

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-How will I be on the day itself?

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-Hi, Soph. You OK?

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-Do you want to say something on S4C?

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-No!

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-This is my niece, Sophie.

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-Thanks, Auntie Nici. Embarrassing!

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-The Easter festival is a taster

-of how the carnival day will be.

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-Is it a help?

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-Is it a help?

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-The main thing we've learnt...

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-..is to have a rota saying

-where we're all supposed to be.

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-Or we'll end up in the same place

-and no-one manning somewhere else.

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-We've learnt a lot,

-including to come here earlier!

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-Here's Llin with the megaphone...

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-..looking lovely.

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-That reminds me,

-the woman in the hat is back.

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-It's tomorrow?

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-I'll have to wish you

-a happy birthday again tomorrow!

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-Three strips, please.

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-Three strips, please.

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-Sure.

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-Can I have two different colours?

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-You can have three.

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-You can have three.

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-You can be fussy on your birthday!

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-The ground is full of people

-having fun, and the kids love it.

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-So far, everyone's smiling,

-even the sun.

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-There's food in the kitchen

-and the bar is open.

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-I'm cooking today.

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-We have burgers, cheeseburgers,

-hot dogs and chips, don't we, Julie?

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-I got up late, at 8.45 am.

-It was a rush to get here.

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-I went to bed early, after Britain's

-Got Talent. It wasn't a late night.

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-I just didn't want to get up!

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-How much do you hope to raise?

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-A few hundred would be nice,

-500 or 600 would be ideal.

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-It's important to raise

-as much money as possible.

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-I'll have to get slicing.

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-I'll have to get slicing.

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-Watch out! Ooh!

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-Carnival day will be expensive.

-There'll be a lot to pay out.

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-We've got a bit of money

-behind us now, so we're doing OK.

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-Boiled burgers.

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-Yummy!

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-But the money's still rolling in...

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-..as more arrive to enjoy

-the day's main attraction...

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-..the tug of war competition.

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-We'll beat those big muscular lads.

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-We've got more muscles!

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-Have you got teams?

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-Have you got teams?

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-Yes.

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-At the moment, four men's teams

-and two women's teams.

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-We'll leave it for five minutes

-then we'll do the draw.

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-Are you going to take part?

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-Are you going to take part?

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-Yes, I've been dragged in.

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-I'll have to nick some boots!

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-Look out! The girls are competing

-as the Llangefni Queens.

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-They can't wait to start.

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-Can all the tug of war teams

-come here, please?

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-Please.

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-Please.

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-Please.

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-Alright, Meirwen?

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-Well done, Meirwen.

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-The Warriors and Llangefni Queens,

-take your positions.

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-Take your what? Watch out,

-or Meirwen will want a word!

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-CHEERS

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-CHEERS

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-Wow, my money's on these.

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-The other girls have been going

-to Hardcore Gym, but we haven't.

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-Oh dear, the Queens

-don't look too keen.

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-Come on, Nici, it's up to you

-to inspire the team.

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-You'd better

-get rid of the handbag first.

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-Well done, Nici,

-the spirit's willing.

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-Come on!

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-But is the body in working order?

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-You have to warm up.

-Something just clicked... ooh!

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-Stop the camera!

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-Stop the camera!

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-It's a bit late for that.

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-I hope you're strong,

-Pat Barry's on the other team.

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-Take the strain, pull!

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-Take the strain, pull!

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-Here we go.

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-Come on, girls!

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-SHOUTING

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-Oops! Concentrate!

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-Nici shows the way to do it.

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-SHOUTING

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-Yes!

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-With that attitude, Nici,

-the carnival's bound to succeed.

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-But hold on.

-There's a problem with the referee.

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-Sorry, void.

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-Gareth's being Gareth.

-He's a football referee.

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-I knew if we had Gareth,

-everything would be by the book.

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-I didn't think he'd do that to us!

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-Void.

0:19:510:19:52

-Why?

0:19:520:19:53

-Why?

-

-This has to pass that pole.

0:19:530:19:55

-It did!

0:19:550:19:56

-It did!

-

-No.

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-We've got it on camera!

0:19:570:19:58

-We've got it on camera!

-

-That part went over. Let's go!

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-Meirwen,

-come here to egg us on!

0:20:020:20:06

-Yes, come on, Meirwen!

0:20:060:20:08

-Will egging on help them?

0:20:080:20:10

-Let's have some action!

0:20:140:20:16

-Take the strain, pull!

0:20:160:20:18

-Take the strain, pull!

-

-Here we go again.

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-Come on, girls!

0:20:200:20:22

-SHOUTING

0:20:220:20:24

-I think they're tired.

0:20:250:20:28

-After the disappointing first round,

-Nici's heart isn't in it.

0:20:300:20:35

-The Queens have lost.

0:20:350:20:37

-I can't talk!

0:20:410:20:42

-Best out of three?

-That's ridiculous.

0:20:430:20:46

-Right, three chances

-for a Welshman, or woman.

0:20:480:20:51

-Nici has decided to stop pulling

-and start shouting.

0:20:510:20:55

-Come on, pull!

0:20:560:20:57

-Pull!

0:20:580:21:00

-Pull!

0:21:000:21:01

-Pull, lie back!

0:21:040:21:06

-Come on!

0:21:060:21:08

-Pull, pull, pull!

0:21:080:21:10

-Yes!

0:21:110:21:12

-It's a great day out,

-families together. Really good.

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-Brilliant, especially for the kids.

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-It's a change. There's not much

-to do here, you've got to travel.

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-It's nice, the town coming together.

0:21:310:21:33

-It's nice, the town coming together.

-

-It's nice, having this.

0:21:330:21:34

-It doesn't happen often.

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-It doesn't happen often.

-

-Llangefni's pulling together.

0:21:360:21:38

-Wrap!

0:21:390:21:40

-Oh, no!

0:21:400:21:42

-At the tug of war,

-they're preparing for the final.

0:21:420:21:46

-The Llangefni Queens

-are determined to win.

0:21:470:21:51

-One more! The decider.

0:21:510:21:53

-Alright?

0:21:560:21:57

-Take the strain, pull!

0:21:580:22:01

-Once more, girls.

0:22:010:22:03

-Is there anything left

-in those legs?

0:22:030:22:06

-SHOUTING

0:22:060:22:07

-He's taking it seriously.

-Yes, hush! Come on, girls.

0:22:090:22:13

-Almost there! Come on!

0:22:150:22:17

-Almost there!

0:22:170:22:19

-Come on!

0:22:200:22:21

-Yes!

0:22:220:22:23

-Victory for the Queens!

0:22:230:22:26

-Well done!

0:22:270:22:29

-Not too close.

0:22:290:22:31

-Have we got a bottle of Asti

-or something, because we won?

0:22:350:22:39

-It's not fair. I've got to work now.

0:22:390:22:41

-It's not fair. I've got to work now.

-

-And me, at four.

0:22:410:22:43

-Great!

0:22:430:22:45

-It was fun.

0:22:450:22:47

-OK, Llin? Well done!

0:22:470:22:49

-Nice one.

0:22:490:22:50

-We're going to the bar. Excuse us.

0:22:510:22:53

-Everyone's had fun, the weather's

-fantastic. We couldn't ask for more.

0:22:550:23:00

-Really great, fantastic.

0:23:000:23:02

-Very, very unexpected.

0:23:030:23:05

-We really didn't think

-so many people would come.

0:23:050:23:09

-It shows how much people

-want something in Llangefni.

0:23:090:23:13

-They've come out to support us.

-It's been awesome.

0:23:130:23:18

-Hooray!

0:23:180:23:20

-Well done, girls.

0:23:210:23:22

-Next week,

-it's the queen's coronation...

0:23:220:23:25

-..the pleasure and,

-oh dear, the pain.

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-S4C Subtitles by Gwead

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Mae criw o genod Llangefni, Ynys Môn am ddod â'r Carnifal yn ôl i'r dref ond a fydd pobl y dref yn cefnogi? A group of Anglesey women set about ressurecting the Llangefni Town Carnival.