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Ralph's Life: Ralph on Tour.....Having a Wales of a time in Llandudno @thebottlemen  http://fruitbatwalton.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/ralph-on-tourhaving-wales-of-time-in.html#

Ralph's Life: Ralph on Tour.....Having a Wales of a time in Llandudno @thebottlemen http://fruitbatwalton.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/ralph-on-tourhaving-wales-of-time-in.html#

Steddfod Dyffryn Conwy 1961

Steddfod Dyffryn Conwy 1961

One of the cockle ladies of Penclawdd South Wales Mrs Lizzie Davies had worked on the sands for most of her life

One of the cockle ladies of Penclawdd South Wales Mrs Lizzie Davies had worked on the sands for most of her life

Myfanwy (a woman's name derived from annwyl, ‘beloved’) is a popular Welsh song, composed by Joseph Parry (above) and first published in 1875. Parry wrote the music to lyrics written by Richard Davies ('Mynyddog'; 1833–77). Some sources say it was written with Parry's childhood sweetheart, Myfanwy Llywellyn, in mind, although the lyrics were probably inspired by the 14th-century love-story of Myfanwy Fychan of Castell Dinas Brân, Llangollen and the poet Hywel ab Einion.

Myfanwy (a woman's name derived from annwyl, ‘beloved’) is a popular Welsh song, composed by Joseph Parry (above) and first published in 1875. Parry wrote the music to lyrics written by Richard Davies ('Mynyddog'; 1833–77). Some sources say it was written with Parry's childhood sweetheart, Myfanwy Llywellyn, in mind, although the lyrics were probably inspired by the 14th-century love-story of Myfanwy Fychan of Castell Dinas Brân, Llangollen and the poet Hywel ab Einion.

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