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Cerridwen

nature goddess whose magical cauldron was misused. [Celtic Myth.: Parrinder, 58]
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Same But Different Community Interest Company in Flintshire is a not for profit organisation that was established by photographer Ceridwen Hughes from Mold.
Isaac couldn't feed properly and there were a few bits and bobs that indicated something was not right," mum-of-two Ceridwen said.
The age-old tale of the birth of Taliesin was at the heart of the performance, with Shan Cothi taking on the magical role of enchantress Ceridwen, who lured a flotilla of boats from the Welsh Sea Rowing Association - some from as far away as Porthmadog - to Cardiff Bay.
Shan Cothi taking on the magical role of enchantress Ceridwen, who lured a flotilla of boats from the Welsh Sea <BRowing Association - some from as far away as Porthmadog - to Cardiff Bay Peter Bolter
In a recent expedition to the Weddell Sea, 674 marine species were found, 80 percent of which were new to science," said co- author, Ceridwen Fraser, from ANU's Fenner School of Environment and Society.
Edited by Ceridwen Spark, Seumas Spark, and Christina Twomey
com Ceridwen Centre, Camarthenshire Nestled in an old orchard, there are three yurts - spacious tents made from canvas and bentwood frames.
The team, led by Dr Ceridwen Fraser from the Australian National University and Dr Aleks Terauds from the Australian Antarctic Division, studied tens of thousands of records of Antarctic species, collected over decades by hundreds of researchers, and found there are more species close to volcanoes, and fewer further away.
Bryn Thomas and his wife Marian Ifan, who are leaders of Bangor Urdd Aelwyd, were presented with the John and Ceridwen Hughes Award last night.
Ceridwen John, the council's Climate Change Manager, said: "When we looked at buying a new vehicle for our street cleansing operations, it became clear the electric option was better suited for our purpose as well as being better for the environment.
Her adopted mum had died in 1980 and when the new document arrived, it revealed her biological mum was called Annie Ceridwen Hudson.
The other shortlisted contenders for the prize were Ross Raisin, Caroline Bird, Ceridwen Dovey, Dinaw Mengestu and Edward Hogan.