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Ceredigion Communities
19/9/20

A Saturday full of various activities and events for all ages. A virtual portrait of our communities in "normal" times and the hive of activity. There will be sessions celebrating Ceredigion, its people and places from the past. A chance to see how communities are responding to the digital challenge today, a chance to question, take part and have fun.

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The Land Beneath our Feet 1 - The National Library of Wales Screen and Sound Archive present Ceredigion Films: a selection of film clips about Ceredigion
(Bilingual)

A fun TicToc session for little ones 0–3 years old, today Lowri and Sioned visit the seaside, grab your bucket spade and “eli haul”! (sunscreen)
(Welsh language)

Bro360 – The Power of Local News – in Wales, the Papur Bro, a local Welsh language newspaper is a powerful thing, but what about local news websites, what role can they play?
(Welsh language)

A film by Ffion Jones, Ni yw’r Ddiadell, We are the Flock created as part of Ceredigion Museum’s Sheep exhibition, curated by Alice Briggs. Take a moment to look into the eyes of past, present and future Ceredigion sheep farmers. Each with a set of unique embodied knowledge developed over years of living and working with their sheep.
(Welsh language, with English subtitles)

Recollections of 'Siani Bob Man' by Mrs. Lloyd, Henfynyw - part of Unlocking Our Sound Heritage project, The National Library of Wales
(Welsh language)

Story Time – What happens when a small, fluffy blue creature comes on holiday to your house?
(Welsh language)

TicToc – A session for 0-3 year olds, Lowri and Sioned invite you to go for a Picnic!
(Welsh language)

Scarecrow Competition – Let’s fill the gardens and fields of Ceredigion with Scarecrows!
(Bilingual)

Cassie Davies Recollections, a Welsh cultural icon born and bred in Cwm Blaencaron, Tregaron. Part of Unlocking Our Sound Heritage project, The National Library of Wales
(Welsh language)

Story Time – Sali Mali and her friends go to the beach!
(Welsh language)

TicToc, a session for 0 – 3 year olds, Lowri and Sioned celebrate a Birthday Party.
(Welsh language)

Cered and Theatr Felin-fach want to collect memories of life, living and learning in Ceredigion? Images to spark some memories – Do you remember carting the milk churns to the stand at the end of the farm lane? Did you “break into” the castle at Cardigan to play? Do you kick the bar at the end of Aberystwyth promendade or is it a student thing?
(Bilingual)

Lockdown and Us – Three women, three generations, five months. Alaw, Barbara and Catrin discuss their experiences of Lockdown.
(Welsh language)

Gwilym Bowen Rhys, talented musician, amazing energy.
Gig 7pm, Enough said.

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