Amendments to the programme / Newidiadau i’r rhaglen

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53681380_2092466177508045_7478187019009523712_o.jpgOherwydd salwch y siaradwyr rydym wedi gorfod newid y sesiynau canlynol:

Hankering with History ac
O’r Pedwar Gwynt

Yn eu lle bydd:
Belle and the Bear
a
Delyth Jenkins: That Would Be Telyn – Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast with my Harp

Sat 11AM at Fountain Fine Art  FREE EVENT
Presentation of the most beautiful little story ‘Belle and the Bear’ written by Isabel Williams and her aunt Lisa Tuckwood.
(replacing Hankering with History)

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/belle-and-the-bear-tickets-60747220572

Isabel was facing illness with bravery, positivity and having hope, even during the darkest times – all reflected in this story.
An amazing and inspirational young lady who very sadly passed away in December 2018.

These gorgeous books are available in both Welsh and English. Every penny goes to the 3 charities that helped them and their family during Isabel’s illness. LATCH, Dreams and Wishes, and brainstrust.

DnASUN 14:30 Fountain Fine Art
£5

Delyth Jenkins: That Would Be Telyn – Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast with my Harp
(replacing O’r Pedwar Gwynt)

In the summer of 2012 Delyth Jenkins walked the 186 miles of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. She carried a small harp with her, with the intention of giving a series of impromptu path-side concerts. Structured around the 17 days of the walk, this book is an account of her adventures and the people she met and played for along the way.
She’ll talk about her journey, the book and she’ll bring her ‘arp!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/that-would-be-telyn-walking-the-pembrokeshire-coast-with-my-harp-tickets-60803628289

 https://www.ylolfa.com/pr…/9781784616724/that-would-be-telyn

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