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Monday
Dydd Llun

Tuesday
Dydd Mawrth

Wednesday
Dydd Mercher

Thursday
Dydd Iau

Friday
Dydd Gwener

Saturday
Dydd Sadwrn

Sunday
Dydd Sul

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Prince Charles was invested as the Prince of Wales 1969.

St Julius, Aaron
Early fourth century; maryred at Caerleon

2
St Oudeceus
Early seventh century; bishop

3

Si‚n Lloyd (Weather Presenter) born July 3, 1958 in Maesteg, Bridgend

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Philip Madoc (actor)  born 1934 in Merthyr Tydfil

St Morwenna
Sixth century; virgin and daughter of Brychan

6
St Noyale
Sixth century; martyr.

Gwyn Thomas (broadcaster) born 1913 in Cymmer

7

Michael Howard
(politician) born 1941 in Llanelli


Glenys Kinnock (politician) born 1944

8
St Urith
Early eighth century; martyr

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10
Donald Peers (singer) born 1908 in Ammanford

11

Buckley Jubilee

12

Gareth Edwards
(rugby player) Born 12 July 1947 in Pontardawe

13

Ian Hislop (Editor of Private Eye) born 1960 Nr. Swansea

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St Cewydd
Sixth century; hermit and son of Brychan

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St Cynllo
Sixth century; confessor and missionary

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St Arilda
Sixth century; martyr

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Rhys Ifans (actor) born 1986 in Haverfordwest

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Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson (athlete) DBE born 1969 in Cardiff

In a tape recorded message Queen Elizabeth II announces at the closing of the Commonwealth Games in Cardiff, in 1958 that she is creating the (then) nine year old Prince Charles, Prince of Wales

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St Samson
Sixth century; educated at Llanilltud-Fawr and later abbot and bishop of Dol. His relics are at Caldey and Dol

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Billy Meredith (footballer) born 1874 in Chirk

St Germoe
Fifth century; Irish missionary to Cornwall

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St Garmon
Fifth century; abbot and bishop

 


 

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