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The latest Phil Evans column

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Comedian Phil Evans is from Ammanford. He is known as the man who puts the ‘cwtsh’ into comedy. Website – www.philevans.co.uk
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ONE DAY, IT’LL ALL BE WATER UNDER THE BRIDGE
I’ve long suspected that so-called ‘inanimate objects’ are far from inanimate.
Either they’re an

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Latest podcast from Phil Evans and Robert Lloyd

Posted By Robert Lloyd

The latest podcast from Phil Evans and Robert Lloyd has just been released.
The Big Cwtsh: Episode 12 is now on Soundcloud.

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Press releases

Computer Science department launches creative coding contest

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Aberystwyth University’s Computer Science Department is calling on primary school pupils across Wales to take part in a unique coding competition combining poetry, Welsh mythology and creative computing.
The challenge to children aged 7-11 years old includes animating a poem by Eurig Salisbury, a

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Latest Carmarthen Town AFC match report from John Collyer

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Match Report – Carmarthen Town v Llandudno (14 April 2018)
Carmarthen Town (3)  Llandudno (2)

by John Collyer
Carmarthen, with only three Welsh Premier League fixtures remaining, went into this match knowing that they needed a victory to keep alive their prospects of finishing

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Professor Richard Wyn Jones to deliver O’Donnell Lecture in Aberystwyth

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Professor Richard Wyn Jones will deliver the University of Wales O’Donnell Lecture 2018 at Aberystwyth University on Monday 30 April 2018.
Under the title ‘Cenhedloedd, Cenedlaetholdebau a Gwleidyddiaeth y Deyrnas Gyfunol’(Nations, Nationalisms and Politics of the United Kingdom), the lecture will consider the

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News

Lights, camera action! Film festival heading to Llanelli!

Posted By Robert Lloyd

There’s just four weeks to go to the start of the prestigious Carmarthen Bay Film Festival in Llanelli.
The festival is now in its seventh year and continues to go from strength to strength.
A total of 699 entries were received for this year’s

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