Cambria – Issue July 2015

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  • july2015coverLetters
  • Dr Alan Sandry – Everything changes, an economist’s view of the election results, the diaspora and some suggestions for growth of Welsh business
  • Adam Price has a vision for a Museum of Living Art
  • Theo Davies-Lewis – a 17 year old laments the lack of faith in his generation’s ability to contribute
  • JD Fonge analyses the UKIP and Plaid vote
  • Julia de Courcy on another side of Scottish devolution
  • Caroline Juler is drawn to the work of Roger Cecil and the man
  • Meifod, Gwyn Griffiths and John Keates capture its history and beauty
  • Grant Dollin on Australia’s greatest Prime Minister, Llandudno born William Hughes
  • Beatrice Fannon on the inspiration of St. David
  • Eirian Williams on links with Budapest and how the Bards of Wales became an inspiration to generations of Hungarians
  • Rhys Mwyn on the first Welshpunks
  • Meic Stephens celebrates two men who have helped to shape Wales, modern and historic, John Davies and Meredydd Evans
  • Vicky Moller admires the Swansea Tidal Lagoon project
  • Learn Welsh and Have fun, Martin Davies explains the ancient form of Pwnc
  • Mike Buckingham tells a grim tale of survival on the high seas during WWII
  • Poem by Margaret Quinn – Aman in his element
  • Book reviews – Nicholas Dykes explains why Henry Richards is his great hero, Meic Stephens is admired and news of a forthcoming anthology
  • Chris Kinsey’s paeon to the glories of a Welsh spring illustrated byEwa Kadewska
  • Gwen Griffiths on the early days of Nantgarw and a continuing tradition
  • Music and theatre – Norma Lord and Gwyn Griffiths take a look at Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, Cardiff Singer of the World and the WNO, David Petersen reviews Dinas, Calan’s new CD
  • Gruff Meredith says it is time to start owning and being the national Welsh press and media
  • Elisabeth Luard on harvesting seaweed and what to do with it
  • Caroline Juler admires the new lock gates in Milford Haven


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