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Great service, diolch!

Cwm Rhyd y Rhosyn 1 - Dafydd Iwan ac Edward

What a amazing find this shop is.
Lowri was so polite, pleasant and helpful when I spoke to her to over the telephone. She helped me with ordering it over the phone on the Friday morning, the package arrived by midday on the Saturday, what a excellent service. My elderly aunty was over the moon when she received the CD.A*service, would highly recommend.

Diolch yn fawr iawn am eich help gyda archebu y CD hyn

Carden hyfryd

Carden grêt a lliwgar ar gyfer Dydd y Tadau. Byddwn i wedi hoffi e heb pom poms a bod r'n gallu cael ei ailgylchu yn ei gyfanrwydd.

O’dd Dai Jones yn gymeriad a chymro dda!
Mae’r Siop Cwlwm wastad yn cynnig gwasanaeth arbennig o dda!

Father's day card

Great value for money, and much appreciated.

Socks

Lovely quality, really soft. Bought for a gift

Lovely card/Cerdyn hyfryd

Very happy with this lovely card.
Hapus iawn gyda'r cerdyn hyfryd hwn.

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Welsh Blanket Print Coaster
andrew davis-butler
Welsh taperstry coaster

Such lovel coasters. Well made and beautiful colours

Perfect socks

Very comfortable and easy on the feet.

Fron male voice choir

Wonderful to listen to, good harmony, and a great selection of songs.

Feeling a kinship with this poet

Even though I come from a different background to Sara, her battles to be accepted for being different really resonated with me and then the realisation that it's your friends and family who matter, not what strangers think. The annotations for Welsh references was also very helpful.

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SUO-GANEUON
TJ Jones Abertawe
Cerddoriaith bendigedig

Caneuon gwych. Mor pwysig i cadw’r iaith ac ein diwylliant.

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Each Slow Dusk - Dave Andrews
Nicholas Brookfield
Brilliant

A very well written murder mystery made all the more interesting by setting the story in my old home town. I have just read the follow up and hope there's a third in the pipeline.

These poems are a delight.

There is a special intimacy to this collection of poems by Sara Louise Wheeler. The quilt image in the title is perfect for the way that the tumble of memories, incidents and events from Wheeler’s life are brought together. The resulting confusion of intensity and emotion is such a delight.
Wheeler has long felt pushed to the outskirts of things and many of the poems here are driven by a search for identity. She writes of her Welsh grandfather, “you came to me / in a dream, to warn / that I was losing / myself, in a world / not meant for me - / and repressing my true self.” The essential nature of personal identity is illuminated in ‘A special day on Ivy Street’ when a community comes together to celebrate a christening. “A milestone in her spiritual life - / her special word given, her name spoken, / forever a symbol of her identity and answer / to the question: ‘Who are you?’”
Language has long been a troubling issue for Wheeler. She comes from a bilingual family and has always spoken Welsh. Yet her Welsh is considered by some to be ‘bratiaith’ – a debased adulterated language. The hurt that this continues to cause is rawly exposed in ‘The Non-Welsh woman, vol. 1-5’. “My old friend / cognitive dissonance / returns to torture me. / Who am I?”
But more than anything else, these are poems about the complex cherished relationships which Wheeler has with members of her family, past and present. She writes of a photograph from the 1960s of ‘Nain Llanrwst’ who had one blue eye and one brown eye. “I share this peculiarity now, / though more subtly, as my depigmentation progresses.” She writes of her paternal grandmother’s sister. “Beautiful through your lifetime, and your autumn, / although you never had a chance to marry; / I see you, Gwladys Ellen – strong woman.” And with particular pride, she writes of becoming Dodo (a colloquial term for aunty) to her two beloved nieces. “It changed me, once I knew / I had a role to fulfil, / and though I’ve failed, in many ways, / I have still, somehow, / Become Dodo.”
I know quilt-makers. They are driven people who are incapable of making just one. In that spirit, I fervently hope that ‘A Goareig patchwork quilt’ is merely the precursor of many others to follow.

Diolch

As someone completely new to learning Welsh I have found this a delight. I love the layout and the stories are short, simple and amusing enough to hold my attention. I will certainly be looking for volume 2.

Blodau jug

Beautiful vase/jug but it was described as large and I expected it to be a lot larger than it was for the price x

Hi there! We appreciate your feedback and apologize for any confusion regarding the size of the jug. We will make sure to review the product description to ensure accuracy. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Have a lovely day!

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Babi Prysur *
Jayne Thomasi
Perfect

Bought for my grandaughter. She absolutely loves it.

Hi there! Thank you so much for your review. We are thrilled to hear that your granddaughter loves our Babi Prysur * product. It's our goal to bring joy to our customers, and we're happy to know we've achieved that with your purchase. Have a wonderful day!

3 Happy Welshmen

I bought the coasters for myself and two brothers. We are all delighted with them and are a constant reminder of our Welshness - I live in London, one brother in Essex and the other in Kent.

I just love Dorian Spencer Davies colouring books

Great colouring books. Me and my 4 year old love them. Get some sparkly pens and the sea and sky really stand out. It’s fab that you can recognise and talk about the places in them.

Lliwgar I blant

Llyfr lliwgar a diddorol I blant bach.

Llyfr da I rai bach

Llyfr lliwgar a prysur I blant bach.

Llyfr lliwgar

Llyfr lliwgar I blant bach sy'n hoffi CYW.

Overpriced and undersized. Smallest card received by recipient who should have felt the biggest love. Rated 1 star only to be able to comment.

Very Informative

I thought I knew a bit about nuclear until I read this book.and realised I was completely ignorant on the subject. Mabon has successfully dismantled the pro nuclear arguments in a devastating way and made the link between civil and military nuclear and that we don't need reactors to produce medical isotopes. Whilst I've always been lukewarm towards nuclear I am now firmly in the no.more nuclear camp. Diolch Mabon for educating me so thoroughly.