1990s, School Governors
Back row, l-r: Mrs Eirlys Jones, Marteine Richards, Mrs Lynwen ap Gwynedd, Clr. T. Haydn Lewis, ?, John Adams-Lewis, Mrs. Rhian Sollis, D. Gatehouse, Clr D. M. B.Davies.
Front row, l-r: Dyfrig Davies, Dr Gwynfor Griffiths, headmaster, Llwyd Edwards, Islwyn Evans, ?, N. Newland.
… a highly revealing book, which looks at the rock sub-culture of the ’60s and its relevance to one town. But its relevance to Cardigan is relevant to Wales as well. … Cardigan in the ’60s was Wales’s pop-singing capital.
… The book is much more than a slab of nostalgia. No, it’s a reasoned chronicle of the forces which changed society for young people.
… This is one of the most interesting books I have read for a long time. It contains many interesting anecdotes, and is full of pictures of bands, the tickets, the programmes, newspaper cuttings and general memorabilia of the time.
… It is a volume you can turn to again and again, open any page and enjoy every word.
Read the full review in the Cambrian News 16 March 2017
New book by Idris Mathias: Dolbadau Press, 180 pages. £8.99.
The year is 1870. Blodwen Morgan is twelve years old and a hundred years ahead of her time.
The Mwldan docks and the Teifi River estuary are her stomping grounds…