Dyma flog fach sy’n amlinellu beth rydw i’n meddwl am safbwynt ein hiaith wrth weld gwleidyddiaeth y wlad a’r digwyddiadau eraill yn ddiweddar. 2016 – Mae’r Olwyn Wedi Troi Mae’r flwyddyn hon wedi’i chreu nifer o newidiadau yng Nghymru. Yn … Continue reading Cymraeg (-2050)?
Introduction Co-founder Lyn Williams of Kreelicious unnervingly stepped up to the challenge as the event’s facilitator, even though it would only be with his one good leg; unfortunately he’d injured his ankle getting the evening’s goodies from Georgetown shop – … Continue reading Coffee with a Slice of…Mental Health Awareness
Intro As the title might suggest this blog concerns the Care Sector. I have also added, for a hint of poeticism and pun a mention of Casualty, the British television drama that turns 30 this September. A lot has changed … Continue reading The Care Sector in Casualty
We’re looking for artists!! via Submissions being sought! — Tydfil Art Gallery Continue reading Submissions being sought! — Tydfil Art Gallery
I’ve Missed Out Unfortunately I was unable to attend the event this year, which was disappointing as I’m an activist – Well, self-described “professional-ranter” on equality rights, especially within the LGBT community, as I have family members and some of … Continue reading A Tweeter’s Perspective on Pride Cymru
The third official Hwyl Hub creative meet up last Friday (12th August) was particularly interesting, as the organisers had Dan Sargent (Creative Director of Blue Stag) do a presentation on crowd funding, which was exemplified by his company’s social media … Continue reading No Sign of Sinking – Merthyr’s Creative Community
When we think back to 1966, the first thing that pops into our heads is the infamous football match between England and Germany – everything seems irrelevant, which shouldn’t be the case. Ken Loach who directed Cathy Come Home had … Continue reading Cathy Come Home