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Rhys

Jean (Ella Gwendolen Rees Williams). ?1890--1979, Welsh novelist and short-story writer, born in Dominica. Her novels include Voyage in the Dark (1934), Good Morning, Midnight (1939), and Wide Sargasso Sea (1966)
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In July 2015, Rhys suffered lifechanging injuries while taking part in a cycle race.
Little Boy Blue actor John McGrellis and former Everton manager Joe Royle came to show their support for the event, which raised money for the Rhys Jones Community Centre CIC.
And as well as spending his time with Rhys, Dylan is also fundraising for Ty Hafan after seeing the work the charity has done for Rhys.
Doctors treated the small cut with butterfly stitches and sent him home, but hours later the wound became infected and Rhys began vomiting at home and his eye was swollen shut.
Mae Rhys yn cyfeirio at Castach Bach (Cofis methu deud 'll')
Rhys was 11 when he was shot by Sean Mercer, 16, as he crossed a pub car park on his way home from football training in Croxteth, Liverpool.
Rhys, eight, of Guisborough, was diagnosed in December with Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 7 - a genetic defect which degenerates the brain's coordination centre, the cerebellum.
The short section on Rhys and religion also diverges from the trend of linking her representation of religion to Caribbean traditions such as obeah or creolized religious practices.
Race 4: 1st Rhys Bamford, 2nd Allan Brooks, 3rd Duncan Walpole, 4th Innes Bamford Race 5: 1st Allan Brooks, 2nd Rhys Bamford, 3rd Duncan Walpole, 4th Sarah Yaccabe Overall results: 1st Allan Brooks, 2nd Rhys Bamford, 3rd Duncan Walpole, 4th Innes Bamford