IN A week that saw the Barry Town United Development Centre (in partnership with the Vale of Glamorgan Council) resume for the new season, Town youngsters were in action across various age levels this past weekend, scoring a hatful of goals along the way.
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THE four-piece Denim Snakes, from Barry, will perform at this year’s Oxjam, Cardiff. Their rock ‘n’ roll sound bursting from their home’s ghost-town pleasure park can be heard at the event on Sunday, November 16.
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A CHOIR of Welsh learners from Barry, Cardiff and the Vale won 1st prize in their class at the Eisteddfod in Llanelli last week. Côr Dysgwyr Caerdydd a'r Fro, under the musical direction of Dot Connell, had strong competition from 4 other choirs but succeeding in winning again after their win at the Llandow Eisteddfod 2 years ago. The competition was held in the big pink pavilion on the main stage for the first time this year so they also had to contend with TV cameras and bright lights. This was the first time for many choir members to attend the Eisteddfod or compete on stage and was a very memorable day indeed.