(The Children's Hour)
' Yr Etifedd Coll '
Y burned rhan o ddrama gyffrous gan Ieuan GWYNN , wedi ei seilio ar y nofel, gan E. MORGAN HUMPHREYS
'Cwrs y Byd', gan
' Deng munud i'r plant lleiaf gan MAIR HOWELLS
(A serial play; a talk; and a story for smaller ones)
ROYSTON BUFFREY (treble)
PATRICIA MACKENZIE (violin)
DIANA MACKENZIE (pianoforte)
Patricia and Diana MacKenzie are sixteen-year-old twins. Patricia has won many trophies and medals for violin playing at musical festivals both locally and in London, including the ' Premier ' Trophy awarded by the British Federation of Musical Festivals at the recent Mid-Somerset Musical Festival ; indeed, she has won this trophy two years in succession. Diana has also been successful in winning many trophies for pianoforte playing at musical festivals ; at the recent Bristol Musical Festival she won the trophy for the Open Repertoire Class. Between them they have won 54 cups, 52 medals and many other prizes and certificates.
(A Recital of Songs by Tawe Jones )
ANNIE DAVIES (soprano)
Ysbryd y Robin (The Robin's Sweet
Dewch i Chwarae (Come to frolic)
Paradwys fy nghalon (My Hearts
Yr Enfys (The Rainbow) Y Ddeilen (The Leaf)
with ALBERT KINSEY
(entertainer) from the Craigside Hotel Hydro,
The Craigside Hydro is one of the best known hydros in North Wales, and is particularly popular with tennis and badminton fans. The covered tennis courts, built thirty years ago, were first used by the famous Doherty brothers, who were for many years the tennis champions of England. The Welsh Covered Courts Championships and the Welsh Badminton Championships are regularly held on these courts. The Hydro itself nestles at the foot of the Little Orme, and commands a magnificent view of rugged mountains on one side and of the sea on the other.
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