Llanbrynmair event

Llanbrynmair digitisation event 12th of April 2011
An image of Gretta Jones and her daughter when they where running the village shop in Llanbrynmair. Bridgend Stores. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Train accident Talerddig – A few people were killed. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Newsletter for the Independent Congregation of Llanbrynmair
photograph of Margaret Evans, local midwife, who died in 1939
Left to right (back row) -Miss S. James, Fred Lloyd, Tommy James, Mary Evans, Elizabeth Evans, Sarah Evans Efailfach 2nd row: Edward Evans, David Evans, Elizabeth Pugh, Mary Evans, Margaret Evans, Annie Jarman. 3rd row Maggie Evans, Elizabeth Ann Morgan,...
W.E. Williams, the choir's leader
Unknown children in the photo
Train accident Talerddig – A few people were killed. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
An image of Gretta Jones and her daughter when they where running the village shop in Llanbrynmair. Bridgend Stores. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
The Wynnstay Hotel in Llanbrynmair, looking north. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Train accident Talerddig – A few people were killed. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Train accident Talerddig – A few people were killed. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Image of the Post Office at Dylife. On the right you can see Mrs Dyfi Lewis's grandfather. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Tafolwern Chapel choir that won the local Eisteddfod in Llanbrynmair. Back row, left to right – David Wiggley, John Owen Jones, Lesley Jones, Arthur Williams, ?, Glyn Evans, Dafydd, Jones, Rowlie Evans, Emlyn James. Second row – Bronwen Williams,...
Image of Dyfi Tea rooms. This was the original location of the local shop run by Mrs Dyfi Lewis's mother. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
An image of Ifan Foulkes, Islwyn Phillips, Alun Foulkes and Ricky Jones preparing for the fancy dress competition at Llanbrynmair Carnival. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
An image of Margaret Morris, Vera Cullen, Gareth Owen a Ceinwen Lewis preparing for the fancy dress competition at Llanbrynmair Carnival. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
The Noson Lawen competition with the Urdd Eisteddfod. Mrs Dyfi Lewis (the contributor) is the second on the left in the second row.
Mr William Watson, Bryn haulog, Llanbrynmair, the headkeeper for Sir Watkins Wynn on Charlie the horse. This horse was shot so it could be buried with it's owner! The picture is taken outside the Wynnstay in Llanbrynmair. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis...
Llanbrynmair Carnival. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
The new school was built on this site in 1976. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
The Llanbrynmair Aelwyd yr Urdd's Can Actol. Back row left to right - Dyfi Jones, Beryl Hughes, Beryl Smout, Pat Williams. Second row – Ceinwen Rowlands, Jean Pugh, Mair Jones, Iris Williams. Front Row – Douglas Hughes, Gareth Williams, John...
Wyn ?, Dafydd Jones, Blaenplwyf a Hedd Bleddyn in the march through Llanbrynmair. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Eirlys Jones, Llinos Williams, Marian Lewis, Eileen Williams, Susan Pitcher, Margaret Morris, Sheila Duckett marching through Llanbrynmair. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Thomas Davies, David Davies, Ceinion Cullen, Josh Jones, Mr Fryer a Llew Jones in the billiards lunch, at the village hall. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
This was the logo for the tea rooms that was run by Mrs. Dyfi Lewis in Llanbrynmair. This was on the original location of the village shop run by herself and her mother before her. Contributed by Mrs Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Ann Williams carriying the horn during the march, followed by her twin children. Contributed by Mrs. Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Idris ap Harri Williams and T.E. Nicholas (Nicholas y Glais) during the march. Contributed by Mrs. Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
The wedding day of Margaret Jones and Stuart Binnie. The photograph was taken outside the village hall in Llanbrynmair. Contributed by Mrs. Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones), the brides sister. Mrs Dyfi Lewis is on the right of the bride.
The village shop in Llanbrynmair, with the owner, Mrs. Gretta Jones and her daughter Dyfi at Christmas time. Contributed by Mrs. Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
An image of Mrs. Gretta Jones, the mother of Mrs. Dyfi Lewis, in front of her shop, Bridgend Stores, Llanbrynmair. Contributed by Mrs. Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
An aerial photograph of Dyfi Tea Rooms, Llanbrynmair. This building no longer exists as the bridge was made larger. Contributed by Mrs. Dyfi Lewis (nee Jones)
Back row (l-r): Mrs. Newell, Mrs. Hamer, Edna Hamer, , Mrs. Davies, Mrs. Evans (caretaker), Front row (l-r) Mrs. Tudor, Mrs Dossie, Dora Thomas (teacher), Mrs. Olwen jervis
Newsletter for the Independent Congregation of Llanbrynmair
Picture of school pupils from Ysgol Y Bont, Bont Dolgadfan
Picture of school pupils, including Mr. J.E. Jones, singer of Penillion
Picture of school pupils from Pennant School. Edna Hamer is in the middle of the picture
A picture of Ysgol y Bont, with Chapel y Bont in the background
A picture of a row of houses at Efail Bach, Pennant
Picture of three teachers from Pennant School
A picture of the old Cobbler's Shop, Bont Dolgadfan, which is thought to have closed during the Second World War
A picture of the Old Post Office in the snow.
Llanbrynmair school won with their drama. Back row, left to right – Geoffery Jones, Elwyn Jones, John Morris, Awela Hughes (sitting), the teacher - Mrs Ann Fychan (nee Lewis), Hugh Lewis, Bethan Hughes Jones. Sitting on the floor, left to right...
Back row, left to right – Linda Jones, Megan Evans, Ruth Jones, Bethan Jones, Awela Hughes, Huw Lewis, John Morris, Elwyn Jones. Front row – Nerys Evans, Linda Lewis, Hannah ?, Janes Evans, ? Oldale, Elizsbeth Oldale, Valerie Jones
A recipt from Dolgoch, Llanbrynmair, that repaired bikes in the area.
A poster of events to celebrate the coronation of King George V that included races for children and adults with tea and fireworks to finish.
John Davies recalls the history of Llanbrynmair
The memorial was created by T.R. Jones, a Llanbrynmair stone mason and it was placed on the cross roads between the Emporium and Daniels Shop. It was unveiled by Mr. Wintringham Stable on the 12th of May 1921. Two extra names where added to the memorial...
The image was taken outside the Mans in Llanbrynmair. Norman Owen and Morris Peate ond others
Ten years of the history of Talerddig, near Llanbrynmair, in the handwritting of Meirions Williams
List of the donations given when raising money towards the Powys state and chair Eisteddfod of 1963
Aelwyd Llanbrynmair - Chwarengerdd y Ferch o Gefnydfan c 1960
Powys Eisteddfod, Llanbrynmair, 1963
Glanllyn, Llanbrynmair, September 16, 1910.
Urdd Canoe Trip - 'On Tuesday, 1st April, a party of 36 members of the Welsh League of Youth left Dover for Calais on the start of a 6 day expedition down the river ? In our picture, the Montgomeryshire contingent are seen receiving last...
Aelwyd Llanbrynmair c1960
Aelwyd Llanbrynmair - Celebrating 25 years.
Building Wynnstay Bridge
Musical Show, Llanbrynmair, c1947
Llanbrynmair Children's Choir willing at Newtown.  Leader George Hughes. June 30th 1906.
Llanbrynmair School c 1920
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