Wales rugby and football fans will be able to brush up their knowledge of popular Welsh hymns and arias ahead of the big games on 12 November, thanks to a Welsh-language sing-a-long held at the Old Arcade pub in Cardiff’s city centre on Friday, 11 November.
Welsh love song Myfanwy, rousing hymn Calon Lân, and the Welsh national anthem, Hen Wlad fy Nhadau, will be among the famous songs performed at the free event, which starts at 8.30pm, and is being organised by Cardiff University.
Bodelwyddan (pronounced bod-el-with-an), is a Grade II listed Victorian property on the North Wales coast, recently the subject of a £6 million renovation.
Constant repetition and practice built into the lessons keeps all the Welsh you've learnt available for instant use whenever you need it.
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The hotel offers a superb range of leisure facilities, numerous daily activities, and nightly live entertainment.
Please note: Due to refurbishments the Main Castle House, which currently contains the National Portrait Gallery, will be closed until further notice.
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Womens Rugby CRCC Womens Team are looking for new players!
Join a sociable group of women aged 18 who learn rugby and fitness skills! Several friendly games are arranged during the season and they would love to welcome new players and supporters.
We are also planning some meet ups without children when there are sufficient numbers.