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Visitors at the National Eisteddfod 2010 Glynebwy/Ebbw Vale.

The National Eisteddfod at Glyn Ebwy/Ebbw Vale played host to more than 10 000 visitors every day.  The ‘free’ ticket day on Sunday attracted more than 25 000 visitors!

Apecs Press displayed Margaret Jones paintings, cards, books by Margaret, and new authors, Margaret Jones and Arthur Edwards and Posters of Welsh mythology and Folk Tales. The Power Point presentation of the new Lake Stories Project attracted much interest.

Margaret held book signings, told stories and chatted to visitors every day, and found a high degree of interest in Welsh mythology and Folk Tales.

Alun worked with Lauren Jones, (on post graduate work experience) and the Welsh Outlaw Twm Sion Cati arrived on Wednesday, to be interviewed by the BBC and ‘arrested’ by the police!

It proved to be an exhausting, exhilarating and highly successful week!

The workers celebrate a successful week! Cheers!
Twm Siôn Cati and Apecs Press interviewed by BBC Cymru/Wales.
The Gorsedd process to the Main Pavilion.
Alun Isaac greets celebrated local artist, Dewi Bowen, formerly Head of Art at Cyfarthfa Grammar School.
Henry VIII failed, but Glyn Ebwy police apprehend the Welsh Outlaw Twm Siôn Cati!