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Cadw

‘Keep’, the historic environment agency within the Welsh Assembly government. It is charged with protecting conserving and promoting appreciation of the Welsh built heritage. It manages Welsh monuments in state care. See also HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND MONUMENTS COMMISSION FOR ENGLAND; ROYAL COMMISSION ON THE ANCIENT AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS OF SCOTLAND.
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Staff and pupils at Tyn-y-Wern Primary in Trethomas are celebrating the school's 10th consecutive Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative award for a local history project.
The town of Machynlleth was chosen organisers say because of its central location and rich Welsh heritage, which made it a good choice for the spendour of the centenary celebration.
Her products are inspired by her Sri Lankan and Welsh heritage: one, a red lentils and cashew nut pate, is a homage to her birthplace of Sri Lanka and her parents' cooking in Bethesda.
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Some of the earliest American presidents, including Thomas Jefferson and John Quincy Adams, had Welsh heritage, as did the first president of the West African nation of Liberia, Joseph Jenkins Roberts.
I WAS thrilled to see in the ECHO (Sunday, May 31) that Liverpool had recognised its Welsh heritage with a monument at Princes Dock.
Bassist Rhys Webb got chatting about his Welsh heritage, with Sir Macca telling tales of visiting his Aunt Dilys and his favourite Welsh towns.
The David Jones Centre, is named after the influential painter and poet whose Catholic beliefs and Welsh heritage infuse his work.
Welsh was spoken for the first time, on 20 November, at the Education, Youth and Culture Council by Welsh Heritage Minister Alun Ffred Jones, who was heading the UK delegation for culture items.
A source tells us: "It was St David's day, and the cast thought it'd be a really nice way of making H feel welcome, while celebrating his Welsh heritage." We're sure they made him a happy Taffy...
The campaign was designed on the back of the 2017-2018 Arts, Museums, Heritage and Libraries National Survey for Wales, which found 71 per cent of 25-34 year olds surveyed had visited a Welsh heritage site in the year to March 2018.
The Rotherham United midfielder was born in Merseyside but has Welsh heritage, meaning he is able to represent Wales at international level.

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