Category Archives: Welsh writing

Writing4fun Summer 2014

Hi there! Writing 4 Fun Monmouth starts again on thurs 8th may 2014. It will be a guest session with David on ‘monologues’. Check out Stanley Holloway and Joyce Grenville. As usual at Monmouth library 9.30am to 1130am. See you … Continue reading

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Writing4Fun Monmouth

Writing4Fun restarting on Thurs 5th Sept 2013. 9.30am to 11.30am Monmouth library. Don’t forget… For more info on our sessions email: pat@paddlebrook.co.uk

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Stalking John Barrowman: Opening night at Chapter Cardiff

Chiffi, Garner and Steed’s new musical! Well done guys! I went expecting to be entertained… and was blown away by the fun filled, energetic, hilarious show. There were some splendid performances. I loved the three divas! And who cant relate … Continue reading

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Snapshot: A writer’s life for me

Windows open to the smells of the countryside. Sun shining. Stornoway Hebridean lilt playing over me. Beowulf and Anglo Saxon Chronicles in my head. Mapping the Mind, Brilliant excel and Alex’s adventures in Numberland at hand. Owain’s Resistance on my … Continue reading

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Di Angen aka unnecessary

I spotted this morning that Huw* Stephens’  Welsh word of the day is Di angen. I am a slow Welsh learner – which can be seen as a good thing, I think. Like slow cooking, slow towns and fellow blogger … Continue reading

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Merlin in Rhyl

This past week, I have been travelling up to the North of Cymru. Looking for Owain and Tudur.  I didn’t find them, though I heard stories of where they had last been sighted. But I did meet the marvellous magician and … Continue reading

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An old nation came of age: Wales Yes Vote

Half a million people of Wales voted Yes in the quietest election or referendum I have ever taken part in. The sign for free range eggs on the village green was bigger than the sign for the polling station. And … Continue reading

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