Leader, Louis LEVITUS
MARGARET TANN WILLIAMS was a student at the University College, Cardiff, and gained her diploma for all-round musicianship. She has recently won the Mercer's Scholarship for contraltos, and is now studying at the Guildhall School of Music, London.
THE BRITON FERRY GLEE SOCIETY
MUSICAL DIRECTOR, IVOR J. DAVIES
Reading of Welsh Poetry
A RT, Archæology, Music, Welsh and English
Literature and Drama are some of the many interests of Major Edgar Jones , who is Welsh Adviser to the West Regional Director. He is a member of the council and of the Art and Archaeology Committee of' the National Museum of Wales, and a member of the Board of Celtic Studies of the University of Wales. He is Headmaster of the Barry County School and Principal of the Glamorgan Summer School.
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