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News from Rhosygilwen

Rhosygilwen says: “One of the things that performers say is that they always receive a very warm welcome from our audiences. A big thanks to those of you who have returned to our events in healthy numbers. We’re lucky to be able to provide a level of intimacy in Neuaddydderwen (the oak hall) which other, larger, more formal venues cannot manage. Musicians love meeting you after the show in the bar and hearing your appreciation.

“One of our regulars has made an excellent suggestion: that we should encourage more ride-sharing to help out those who don’t drive – and we might just reduce CO2 emissions too. Please call the office on 01239 841387, Monday to Friday, if you’re willing to offer someone a space, or drop us a line on And if you’re looking for a lift please call in and we’ll try to match you up. Hopefully, over time, it will all happen naturally and we’ll not only meet new friends but save the planet too. There is also a new Facebook page: Rhosygilwen Ride Sharing.”

Blas y Môr – Tastes of the sea – 30 June

This will be a “nourishing, mouthwatering banquet based on the waters around Cardigan Bay” created by Chef Guy Morris. Pescatarians, vegetarians and vegans will all be catered for.

Mozart’s Magic Flute – 7/8 July 

Sung in English – Rhosygilwen’s summer opera this year features an exceptional cast with Trystan Llyr Griffiths, Sion Goronwy,  Eleri Gwilym, Gwyn Morris, Catrin Aur, Helen MacDonald, Annalisa Biagini, Deborah McIntyre, Llar Toft plus orchestra and chorus conducted by Alistair Auld. Directed by Rebecca Maine. “There is a long picnic interval so feel free to bring along a nice bottle of wine and some nibbles to share with friends.”

Menter Rhosygilwen, Rhosygilwen Mansion, Cardigan, Pembrokeshire SA43 2TW.

Kitty Parsons

Kitty has forgotten how long she has been here now but she loves Pembrokeshire for its beauty and it's people. She spends her time searching out stories for, swimming in the sea , drawing and painting as Snorkelfish and eating cake. She says " has been an opportunity to celebrate this beautiful county and its people. Keep the stories coming. We love to hear from you."

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