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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 12:56 pm    Post subject: Cymuned: Cylchlythyr / Newsletter Reply with quote

From : Cymuned <cymuned@cymuned.org>
Sent : 14 June 2007 20:52:16
To :
Subject : Dai - the Assembly - Thomas Cook

Annwyl Dai,

This has been an important week for us. As many of you will
know, we held a rapid response protest outside Thomas Cook's
in Bangor on Monday, because they had announced that their
staff would not be allowed to speak Welsh to each other - and
it became the leading press story in Wales for the day. We
were also responsible for bringing the Commission for Racial
Equality in Cymru into the story, which has had a very
significant effect.

Tomorrow, there will be another colourful protest outside
Thomas Cook's in Bangor, from 1 o'clock onwards - if you can
make it there, you'll be very warmly welcome...Smile

In other news, we had a set of extremely positive meetings
with the leaders of Plaid Cymru and the leaders of the
Conservative party in the Welsh Assembly. It looks very likely
that the new Housing Measure for Wales will involve some
real discussions on the need for a local housing market - the
coming months are going to be very busy indeed for us, but
there are more open doors at the moment than ever before.

Lastly this week - if you feel that people who want to see a
future for the Welsh language should use their buying power
to encourage companies to offer services in Welsh, have a look
at www.DimeGoch.com/english for a new idea which has already
received quite a bit of praise - a great way to support the
language even if you don't speak it yourself!


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Dewi Sant told us to "Do the little things."

To see what he had in mind, have a quick look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/dewisant

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Are you a dreamer or a doer?

Cymuned can't survive without YOUR help.

Have a look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/ourfuture

to hear how to make things change.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Cofion cynnes/Warm regards,

Sarah Roberts
on behalf of
Aran Jones
Prif Weithredwr Cymuned
on behalf of Pwyllgor Gwaith Cymuned

cymuned@cymuned.org
www.cymuned.org

P.S. Stickers should not be put on public property.
Cymuned, 64 Stryd Fawr, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 5RR, CYMRU
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 12:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

From : Cymuned - Homes4Locals.com <cymuned@cymuned.org>
Sent : 21 June 2007 15:34:16
To :
Subject : Dai, Swanage and Sing4Wales

Annwyl Dai,

***
Fairly urgent request - do you live in England? If you do,
and you're interested in our work but feel that there's
nothing going on near you, please get in touch asap - we are
working with Purbeck Housing Action to expand Homes4Locals.com
throughout England, to add to its already considerable success
in Wales. If you get in touch, we will be able to help spread
the word further and faster...Smile

Our friends in Purbeck are also very keen to hear from anyone
concerned about these matters in Cornwall - we know a few are
on the list, so please drop us a line to find out how you can
take part in the range of activities we've got planned.
***

News just in: You may remember that the Welsh Football
Supporters Association showed interest in working on behalf of
Sing4Wales by including a page in every international game's
programme. Today we have learnt that a major company intend to
sponsor this campaign. This is encouraging news that we can all
delight in - fuller details will be sent out when we've signed
on the dotted line...;-)

A valuable meeting of the valleys' Campaigns Committee was held at
the end of the week where a programme of work was drawn up - some
new ideas are already under way. Anyone interested in being
involved in this work, contact the office and we'll put you in
touch with the organisers in the South.

As no apology has been received yet, the protests against the
Thomas Cook company for prohibiting the use of Welsh by their staff
in Bangor are continuing. As you probably know from the attention
received from the media, some of our members were at the protests
in Bangor and Cardiff at the end of the week. Thank you to each one
of you. There is another opportunity this Saturday at 1 o'clock in
Wrecsam with our members from the North East. If you can, go and
support them outside T.Cook, Wrecsam. Even if you cannot attend
protests, there is an opportunity for everyone to do their bit by
posting a Business-in-Wales.com postcard to your local branch.
There are plenty of postcards available for free; just call the
office.

Another opportunity (and enough time to make arrangements!) to
support members from the North East will be in a Public Meeting at
Rhostyllen on Wednesday evening, the 4th of July at 7.30. They have
been working hard (especially our North-East representative,
Carrie) in this area, and this meeting will be to discuss the
National Trust's plans to build hundreds of houses on their
Erddig estate. It would be great if there was a strong
representation from Cymuned.

Thank you.

***

And now, a message from our partners in Purbeck - the first
of what we hope will be many groups who join us in the
struggle for a fairer housing market.

***

Purbeck Housing Action - South Dorset, England

For our members in Dorset who are receiving this weekly email for
the first time - we have added your details to the list as we will
be using one email to communicate with you all - it makes sense and
means we can all keep a grip on what's happening across the
British Isles!

Our first full public meeting takes place on TUESDAY 26th JUNE at
the Purbeck Arts Centre, Commercial Rd, Swanage at 7.30pm. We will
be explaining to those attending what we're actually doing as a
group, recruiting new members and passing out relevant information.
If you are in the area, please feel welcome to come and join in -
our meetings are far from dull and everyone gets to have a say!

Purbeck Housing Action is steaming ahead with local research into
current housing needs, Government reports & recent research
conducted throughout the UK by official bodies. We are organising
plans to survey our local area to provide currently unknown figures
relating to people living 'under the radar' - in garages, sheds,
caravans, mobiles and so on. These residents currently have NO
VOICE and we intend to give them one for the first time.

We are also continuing to discuss working with our local council to
affect positive change - we are working with Cymuned in rolling out
the Homes4locals campaign throughout the UK as we believe this may
soon become a highly effective and influential world-wide campaign
- we already have people from Cyprus wanting to join! The next step
is to continue actively pushing district councils throughout the UK
to sign up to the policy.

Our umbrella group ukcommunities.org is due to be launched in July
- together with our new national campaign 'Offset your 2nd home' -
watch this space! The website will offer all community action
groups in the UK a webpage on the site, there's a forum so you'll
be able to communicate and discuss plans and research and we'll be
sharing information, advice and offering downloadable campaign
packs, petition forms, posters and so on. This is going to be HUGE
and numbers mean power - a better chance for us all to affect
change locally.

FFI or to request a webpage on the new site, please contact me on
info@purbeckhousingaction.co.uk.

Nico Campbell-Allen
Purbeck Housing Action
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Dewi Sant told us to "Do the little things."

To see what he had in mind, have a quick look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/dewisant

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Are you a dreamer or a doer?

Cymuned can't survive without YOUR help.

Have a look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/ourfuture

to hear how to make things change.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Cofion cynnes/Warm regards,

Sarah Roberts
on behalf of
Aran Jones
Prif Weithredwr Cymuned
on behalf of Pwyllgor Gwaith Cymuned

cymuned@cymuned.org
www.cymuned.org
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 1:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

From : Cymuned - Homes4Locals.com <cymuned@cymuned.org>
Sent : 28 June 2007 15:53:33
To :
Subject : Rhostyllen and the Eisteddfod

Annwyl Dai,

First of all, may I remind everyone about the Public Meeting to
discuss the National Trust's intention to build over 200 houses on
Erddig estate in Rhostyllen. The meeting will be this coming
Wednesday, the 4th of July at 7.30pm in the "Old Court House",
Rhiwabon. Our members in the Wrecsam area have been working
exceedingly hard during the last few months and we ask everyone
who can to come and support them.

Also, if any one in the area would be free to help distribute
leaflets promoting the meeting on Saturday afternoon, please get
in touch asap with Carrie on draiggoch@talktalk.net - we really,
*seriously* need your help...Smile

Thank you to everyone who was at the protest outside Thomas Cook in
Wrecsam last Saturday. A special thanks to you all for collecting
almost 100 names on the Cartrefi.com petition. One or two others
have been in touch promising to give half a day every month to do
the same. Is anyone else keen to do so? Let us know as soon as
possible. Thank you.

The Eisteddfod week is fast approaching and we need volunteers to
give half a day's work on our stall on the field. Contact the
office and, if you're one of the first three for any particular
day, you'll get a free admission ticket!

And talking about the Eisteddfod, 2 or 3 of our friends from
Flanders will be joining us for the week on our stall (as well as
to enjoy the Eisteddfod in general, I'm sure!). We would like to
be able to offer them accommodation, so if anyone in the Mold area
can help with this, could you contact the office as soon as
possible, please?...Smile

And finally, here's some interesting and promising news. Aran had a
positive and practical meeting with Huw Lewis from Cymdeithas yr
Iaith Gymraeg (Welsh Language Society) on Tuesday evening. They
discussed how we could co-ordinate pressure work on housing matters
and it looks as if we will be able to work increasingly
successfully together in the future.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Dewi Sant told us to "Do the little things."

To see what he had in mind, have a quick look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/dewisant

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Are you a dreamer or a doer?

Cymuned can't survive without YOUR help.

Have a look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/ourfuture

to hear how to make things change.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Cofion cynnes/Warm regards,

Sarah Roberts
on behalf of
Aran Jones
Prif Weithredwr Cymuned
on behalf of Pwyllgor Gwaith Cymuned

cymuned@cymuned.org
www.cymuned.org

P.S. Stickers should not be put on public property.
Cymuned, 64 Stryd Fawr, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 5RR, CYMRU
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 1:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

From : Cymuned - Homes4Locals.com <cymuned@cymuned.org>
Sent : 06 July 2007 13:19:13
To :
Subject : Lib-Dems and Rhostyllen

Dear Dai,

The Eisteddfod Stall: Thank you very much to all who responded to
last week's e-mail, when we asked for volunteers to give a morning
or an afternoon in our stall on the Eisteddfod field. We need a few
more to fill different days, and there remain a few more tickets
left that will give free entry to the field for those who get in
touch with us during the next few days, so come along: first come,
first served!

Ruabon Meeting: An excellent meeting was held in Rhiwabon on
Wednesday evening regarding the National Trust's intention to build
over 200 houses on the Erddig estate at Rhostyllen. Carrie, our
representative in the north-east spoke on Cymuned's behalf, as did
Aran - you can see some video clips on
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IN1jBNAUr7g
Thank you to all who made the effort to be present to
support our members in the area - Carrie's enormously hard work
is now paying off, and the people of Rhostyllen are finding their
voice...

The Valleys: Iestyn and Albany held a meeting with Peter
Black from the Liberal Democrats on Wednesday evening to discuss a
sustainable local housing market, and reported that it had been
a successful and useful meeting. By now, the only ones remaining
who have not had a meeting with us are the Labour party, but we
have received an invitation to meet Leighton Andrews, the Deputy
Minister with responsibility for Housing, and expect to arrange
a date in the near future.

Dime Goch: In order to persuade large companies to offer services
in the Welsh language, Dime Goch was established. For a small
monthly contribution, your name can go on DimeGoch.com's list and
the money will be used to promote Dime Goch and to lobby companies
to prepare Welsh services. To back this important venture, go to
www.DimeGoch.com and subscribe!

Petition Party: After the Eisteddfod, we intend giving one Saturday
per month to go out on the streets of towns in Gwynedd with the
Cartrefi.com petition together in one big crew. We believe that
this will be an easier way to go about it, targeting one area at a
time and will be a great opportunity to get together as well.
If you'd like to get involved, let us know, and we will contact
everyone after deciding what town we'll be targeting at the end
of August.

If you'd like to arrange something similar in your own area,
that would be great - just give us a call!

Finally, we had a very successful meeting with Felinfoel,
the second largest brewery in Wales, who are eager to become
the sponsors of Sing4Wales.com. We're going to be looking at
a number of ways to promote the site over the next few months,
with Felinfoel giving us the financial backing to be able to
do so, and we're enormously grateful to them for this huge
opportunity...Smile


* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Dewi Sant told us to "Do the little things."

To see what he had in mind, have a quick look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/dewisant

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Are you a dreamer or a doer?

Cymuned can't survive without YOUR help.

Have a look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/ourfuture

to hear how to make things change.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Cofion cynnes/Warm regards,

Sarah Roberts
on behalf of
Aran Jones
Prif Weithredwr Cymuned
on behalf of Pwyllgor Gwaith Cymuned

cymuned@cymuned.org
www.cymuned.org

P.S. Stickers should not be put on public property.
Cymuned, 64 Stryd Fawr, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 5RR, CYMRU
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 1:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

From : Cymuned - Homes4Locals.com <cymuned@cymuned.org>
Sent : 13 July 2007 13:15:24
To :
Subject : Porthmadog and Cardiff (again!)

Dear Dai,

Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg: following a negative
statement made by Tesco regarding the business use of the Welsh
language, Cymdeithas will be holding a protest this Saturday, the
14th of July, in Porthmadog. Meet in the Porthmadog
Leisure Centre's car park just before 2 o'clock.

Bus to the Eisteddfod: a bus has been hired to go to the Eisteddfod
from Pwllheli on the first Saturday, August the 4th - the cost per
head will be £10. Don't forget that this is the day when we're
holding our rally by the entrance, so we're be really grateful if
you could make the effort to be there...Smile We need names by
next Friday (July 20th) at the latest, please...

Carry on Lobbying: Aran, Iestyn and Albany will be meeting
Leighton Andrews, Welsh Labour's Housing Spokesman, on Tuesday,
July 24th to discuss the way forward with the housing market.
On the same day they will also be meeting Peter Griffiths from
the Principality Building Society in Cardiff.

There will be a campaign meeting for members near Rhostyllen to
decide on the next steps in our campaign against the National
Trust's proposed development on Monday evening, at 7.30, in
Rhiwabon. All welcome - please call the office for more details.

No news in this week from Purbeck Housing Action in Swanage, but
we know they're working their socks off down there - if you live
anywhere near the South Coast of England, what about getting in
touch and offering a helping hand?

Finally for this week, notice that there will be a presentation
on the DotCym campaign in Parc Menai, Bangor, from 6 o'clock
next Thursday evening. More details at
www.itwales.com/997596.htm - and if you can't make it,
you can declare your support for this worthwhile campaign to
get a Welsh domain extension at www.dotCym.org...:-)


* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Dewi Sant told us to "Do the little things."

To see what he had in mind, have a quick look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/dewisant

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Are you a dreamer or a doer?

Cymuned can't survive without YOUR help.

Have a look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/ourfuture

to hear how to make things change.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Cofion cynnes/Warm regards,

Sarah Roberts
on behalf of
Aran Jones
Prif Weithredwr Cymuned
on behalf of Pwyllgor Gwaith Cymuned

cymuned@cymuned.org
www.cymuned.org

P.S. Stickers should not be put on public property.
Cymuned, 64 Stryd Fawr, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 5RR, CYMRU
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From : Cymuned - Homes4Locals.com <cymuned@cymuned.org>
Sent : 19 July 2007 15:40:06
To :
Subject : apologies and campaigns!

Dear Dai,

Fist of all I would like to apologise to Ann, Aran, Dewi and Emyr
that there was no mention in last week's e-mail of their work in
collecting names for the Cartrefi.com petition. The four of
them were out in Pwllheli on the morning of 7th July and in
little more than an hour they had collected nearly a hundred
names. Heartfelt thanks to the four of you. As I've mentioned
before, this is extremely important work and everyone who's
prepared to be involved needs to give their name to me soon
(I'll be in the stall at the Eisteddfod on the Friday afternoon,
so come and see me!), then from the end of August we can seriously
get on with targeting a town at a time as one large group.

The campaign in Rhostyllen is gathering pace, and the Rhostyllen
Residents Committee has been formed. In their very positive first
meeting this Monday, the group decided to meet on a weekly basis to
discuss the many ideas raised to push the campaign forward.
Concerned residents shared their views with the Assembly Minister,
Janet Ryder, who has given her support to the campaign.
The campaign is set to grow as more and more residents get involved
who are willing and able to fight this development every step of
the way with the help and support of Cymuned.

During the week news was received about the owner of La Voile
restaurant in Y Felinheli who has forbidden a local young lady
working there from speaking Welsh.

She was told that if customers spoke Welsh then she would have to
answer them in English. Several of our members in Gwynedd are keen
to hold an "interesting and colourful stunt" within the next few
days in protest, and if any of you would like to take part, get in
touch with the office as soon as possible. In the meantime we hope
that everyone can send a Business-in-Wales.com postcard to this
address: La Voile, Marina, Y Felinheli, Gwynedd LL56 4JN.

Unfortunately our lobbying team will not be meeting with Leighton
Andrews this coming Tuesday as intended as there are to be some
changes in cabinet members' duties. However, we hope that another
meeting with him can be arranged in the near future, and we have
already requested a meeting with Jocelyn Davies, the new Deputy
Minister with responsibility for Housing.


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Dewi Sant told us to "Do the little things."

To see what he had in mind, have a quick look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/dewisant

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Are you a dreamer or a doer?

Cymuned can't survive without YOUR help.

Have a look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/ourfuture

to hear how to make things change.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Cofion cynnes/Warm regards,

Sarah Roberts
on behalf of
Aran Jones
Prif Weithredwr Cymuned
on behalf of Pwyllgor Gwaith Cymuned

cymuned@cymuned.org
www.cymuned.org

P.S. Stickers should not be put on public property.
Cymuned, 64 Stryd Fawr, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 5RR, CYMRU
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 1:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

From : Cymuned - Homes4Locals.com <cymuned@cymuned.org>
Sent : 26 July 2007 16:00:53
To :
Subject : Dai, almost Eisteddfod...

Annwyl Dai,

And here we are with only a week to finish preparations for the
Eisteddfod - it seems to roll round faster every year! Very
many thanks to everyone who contributed at our significant costs
for the Eisteddfod - thanks to you, it looks as though we're
going to have a really interesting stand this year, so don't
forget to call in and say hello...Smile

Our opening protest against 'La Voile' in Felinheli for banning
a young member of staff from speaking Welsh to customers got
good coverage in the Daily Post, but a remarkably arrogant
response from the restaurant owners. There will be a petition
available to sign in the Eisteddfod, and there'll be a string
of further protests until they make the necessary apology.

The National Trust has now agreed to meet us with regards to the
situation in Rhostyllen - and we understand that an official
request for a site visit will be going in in the near future.
The Trust's request to chop down an old ash tree on the site has
recently been refused - let's hope this is a sign of the fate
that is awaiting the whole development!

We had a very useful meeting with the Chief Executive of the
Principality building society on Tuesday evening - he was
supportive of the idea of a local, sustainable housing market,
and had some very interesting offers about how to develop this
discussion further - more news when we're in a position to
reveal them...Smile

Sarah is away this week to celebrate her birthday (her 21st, I'm
sure she'd want me to say!) in Prague - so forgive me if this
weekly email isn't up to her usual standards - I've forgotten
how to do them, since she took over...;-)

Enjoy yourself, but do hurry back, Sarah!

Aran (on behalf of Sarah)

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Dewi Sant told us to "Do the little things."

To see what he had in mind, have a quick look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/dewisant

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Are you a dreamer or a doer?

Cymuned can't survive without YOUR help.

Have a look at:

www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/ourfuture

to hear how to make things change.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Cofion cynnes/Warm regards,

Sarah Roberts
on behalf of
Aran Jones
Prif Weithredwr Cymuned
on behalf of Pwyllgor Gwaith Cymuned

cymuned@cymuned.org
www.cymuned.org

P.S. Stickers should not be put on public property.
Cymuned, 64 Stryd Fawr, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 5RR, CYMRU
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2007 3:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Dai, Well, the Eisteddfod's over, but Cymuned's still here! The lack ofcash machines on the grounds was a huge blow to us, and we lost money (over £800) for the first time ever at the Eisteddfod,because so many people didn't have any money with them to spend.

It won't be possible for Cymuned to maintain a stand at theEisteddfod under these kinds of conditions - so we've started the Cymuned Eisteddfod Club. If you believe that it's importantfor our communities to have a strong statement at the Eisteddfod of their right to exist and to survive, becoming a member of our Eisteddfod Club will make it possible for us to carry on.

Eisteddfod Club members will have free access to a private buffet,with entertainment from some of the biggest names in Wales, in Cardiff next year - and it only costs £2 a month to join the club...Smile To become a member, just email us with your address, and we'll send a membership form out to you straight away.

The "Not-on-Erddig" campaign to oppose the building of 223 houseson National Trust land in North East Cymru gathered pace this weekwith the launch of Rhostyllen.comPlease visit the site for up to date news and information about thecampaign. Don't forget to sign the petition.The communities of Wrecsam and Rhostyllen need your support!

Several of us from the NorthWest will be out on the streets ofCaernarfon this Saturday morning between 10 and 11 collecting nameson Business-in-Wales.com's petition, concentrating on La Voilerestaurant, Felinheli who have not, as yet, responded to ourprotest to their prohibiting a member of staff from speaking Welshat work.

If you have an hour to spare, come and help the work. We will bemeeting outside the Post Office/Bob Parry's office on the Maes at10.00.

On the 8th of September, Wales's football team will be playingagainst Germany in Cardiff. We will need volunteers there todistribute Sing4Wales cards. Here's a great opportunity to bringour work to the attention of the supporters, so let the office knowif you can be there to help.

It's now possible to shop on the net in a shop that has a widerange of posters, flags, CDs, DVDs, games, books etc and all inWelsh. So if you'd like to support the language, go along to www.popethyngymraeg.com to have a look.

Excellent, especially if you want to start your Christmas shopping!

And if you go to DimeGoch.com, you can see that two Assemblymembers have now signed up to this new service that makes iteasy for non-Welsh speakers to do something to help the language - maybe you'd like to give it a go, too?
www.DimeGoch.com

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Dewi Sant told us to "Do the little things." To see what he had in mind, have a quick look at: www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/dewisant

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Are you a dreamer or a doer? Cymuned can't survive without YOUR help. Have a look at: www.cymuned.net/ymlaen/ourfuture to hear how to make things change.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Cofion cynnes/Warm regards,

Sarah Roberts
on behalf of
Aran Jones
Prif Weithredwr Cymuned
on behalf of
Pwyllgor Gwaith Cymuned

cymuned@cymuned.org
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