Monthly Archive: February 2016

UAC yn noddi Eisteddfod CFfI Eryri

CANGEN Sir Gaernarfon o Undeb Amaethwyr Cymru oedd yn noddi Eisteddfod CFfI Eryri a gynhaliwyd yng Nghanolfan Porthmadog yn ddiweddar. CFfI Llangybi ddaeth i’r brig gydag Iestyn Tyne o CFfI Godre’r Eifl yn ennill...

Ladies darts title again for Usk YFC

IT WAS an all-Usk final in Gwent YFC’s ladies darts competition held at Usk Royal British Legion on January 9. After battling their way through the knock-out rounds, Ali Williams and sister Molly came...

Dramatic times ahead for Gwent

TWO nights of top-quality drama is set to occupy the stage at the Blake Theatre, Monmouth, as Gwent YFCs take over the venue for their annual drama competition. On Friday and Saturday February 19-20...

Chwaraeon, siarad a dawnsio Ceredigion

DAETh dros 100 o aelodau brwdfrydig i Neuadd Llanddewibrefi ar ddiwedd mis Tachwedd i gystadlu yng nghystadleuaeth Chwaraeon Dan Do’r sir. Gyda chystadlaethau fel tenis bwrdd, dominos, snwcer, pwl a tipit; roedd ‘na rhywbeth...

Sustainability must come first in 2016

WELSH farmers alone cannot win the battle against climate change and global warming so consumers and retailers must also strive to put sustainability first in 2016, Hybu Cig Cymru’s (HCC) chairman said in his...

Walter Rowlands award winner announced

THE latest winner of FUW Glamorganshire’s Walter Rowlands memorial award is 18-year-old Tomos Churchill of Graig Ddu Farm, Dinas, a level 2 agricultural studies student at Pencoed College, near Bridgend. Tomos, who has learning...

Gwent members of the year revealed

GWENT YFC federation has announced their senior member of the year as Amy Phillips and Lowri Lougher as junior member of the year. Amy, 26, has been a member of Raglan YFC for 12...

MP outlines importance of tourism

MONTGOMERYSHIRE MP Glyn Davies has highlighted the importance of tourism to the Mid Wales economy and stressed the industry has not received the level of support it deserves. He was speaking after a meeting...