Word of the Day: calan Gaeaf 'All hallows’ day, All Saints’ day, 1st of November': http://geiriadur.ac.uk/gpc/gpc.html?calan%20Gaeaf – It is 'calan gaeaf' (literally 'first day of winter') on Sunday, 'calan' being a borrowing from Latin 'calendae', the base of which also occurs in 'calendar' in English. #Welsh
First rugby of the autumn internationals. Lets see if Pivac has managed to make Cymru any worse. #WalesVsFrance
£4m set side for Transport for Wales to develop 'North Wales Metro'. https://nation.cymru/news/4m-set-side-for-transport-for-wales-to-develop-north-wales-metro/
Good piece from the FT on the fracturing of the 'union' during Covid.
Wales 'to nationalise railways tomorrow' after Covid-19 sends passenger numbers plunging. https://nation.cymru/news/wales-to-nationalise-railways-tomorrow-after-covid-19-sends-passenger-numbers-plunging/
This great blog outlines #Scottish #Independence's financial case. Sadly we in #Cymru have some work to do to extract ourselves from the parasitic grip of the English Tory scum who rape our resources.
The hunt is on for an ambitious individual to join the GlobalWelsh team as a Community Engagement Officer! (Freelance Basis/Mat Cover)
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Word of the Day: pau 'a country' http://geiriadur.ac.uk/gpc/gpc.html?pau – one of the less familiar words in the #Welsh national anthem Hen Wlad fy Nhadau which was written by Evan James who died on this day in 1878.
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