Union “dissatisfied” with “sham” consultation over redundancies at Allied Bakeries’ Cardiff factory

By Raspberry Jim,

Three men stood infront of a factory with the Kingsmill logo behind them


The Allied Bakeries’ factory in Cardiff, which produces Kingsmill bread, is set to halt bread production in mid September and become a logistics depot, with a potential loss of 185 jobs.

The bakery has been running since 1971 at its Maes-y-Coed Rd site and the union representing its workers have fought “tirelessly” in the hope of keeping bread production open and saving jobs.

However Allied Bakeries have now announced that the consultation with the union is “at an end” and that bread production will halt next month on 13th September.

John James, Organising Regional Secretary for Number 2 Region of the Bakers Food & Allied Workers Union, has been leading negotiations on behalf of the union along with the local union branch committee.

Mr James says:

“We are very dissatisfied with the consultation.

“We believe that it has not been meaningful and has been a sham as the company did not enter into the consultation with an open mind.

“It was apparent that they had already made their decision.

“They have also failed to supply the union with the information that we need to assess the decision and consult with them on whether there are any other options available. It will be a very sad day for Cardiff if bread production is to finish at the bakery after so many years and more should be done to help to prevent some or all of the job losses.”

Mr James has since contacted ACAS (the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service), and with support from Cardiff based law firm Watkins & Gunn, intends to take legal action on behalf of his members against Allied Bakeries.

Clive Thomas, Managing Partner of Watkins & Gunn, who have represented the union for over 30 years, said:

“Meaningful consultation and the disclosure of information to facilitate this is vital in any redundancy situation. The union need this information so that they can consult meaningfully with the company to find ways to avoid the redundancies or at least keep them to a minimum.”

“Due to the absence of any meaningful consultation due to Allied Bakeries’ refusal to provide the required information, we are instructed to issue a claim for a Protective Award, initially to ACAS under their early conciliation scheme, and, if necessary, to take it to the Employment Tribunal”

A company spokesman from Allied Bakeries has said:

“Earlier this year Allied Bakeries announced the loss of a major own-label bakery contract, following which we have undertaken a detailed review of our bakery network to optimise our production capacity, locations and routes to market.”

“If these proposals are accepted it will regrettably result in some redundancies and we understand that this announcement will be unsettling for our colleagues in Cardiff.

“If these changes go ahead we will provide support to anyone impacted to help them find a new job, either at another Allied Bakeries’ site, or elsewhere in the local community.

“Unfortunately, bread is in decline in the UK and an excess of bread manufacturing means that bakery closures are a consequence of that, coupled with the big retailers wanting cheaper products that are dictated to by cost rather than the quality of the product.”

Watkins & Gunn are experienced trade union lawyers and offer a wide range of legal services from their offices in Cardiff, Newport and Pontypool.

New Patent Analytics Service supports the innovation of UK businesses

By Raspberry Jim,

Photograph of Matthew Veale of Wynne-Jones IP, smiling and standing against a red background


UK businesses looking to maximise and future-proof the commercial success of their innovations can now get an in-depth picture of the market, competitors, opportunities and risks thanks to a brand-new service launched by Wynne-Jones IP.

The intellectual property firm, which has offices in Cardiff, Cheltenham and London, has launched a Patent Analytics Service giving clients an insight into the patent landscape to support them in making informed decisions about their business strategies.

Headed up by Matthew Veale, who has a search specialist background, the team will be using PatSnap and a suite of other state-of-the-art patent analytic tools to deliver a tailored and detailed service.

Supporting Matthew is a dedicated team of IP attorneys and IP paralegals with specialist search skills, who collectively have an in depth understanding of the client’s business plans and technology enabling them to provide tailored advice, contextualised for the client’s business environment.

The new service will ensure that businesses avoid the pitfall of investing in technology that is already patented by other companies and in turn will avoid costly wrong investment.

In addition, it can also be used proactively to identify gaps in IP protection in a profitable technical field so that inventions can be focussed towards these areas and made proprietary without infringement on another company’s IP.

It will also provide a reassuring check before a product or service launch that the technology is novel and inventive, reducing the risk of infringement allegations from other companies.

Partner Elliott Davies said that this service would be vital to businesses looking to tap into established or emerging markets, helping them to uncover new opportunities or identify weaknesses in their portfolio.

He said: “Our new Patent Analytics Service is for any businesses which rely on innovation and who want to spend money on IP wisely. Using Analytics will push them ahead of the competition and help keep them there.

“Intellectual property is of vital importance to UK businesses, this service intends to allow businesses to make the most of their innovations. From talking to our existing clients and to IP-rich companies generally we have received the clear message that there is a big demand for better informed IP strategy.

“Every business needs an IP strategy. The only way to make decisions is to have the information. The best way to get information on IP, specifically patents is to use Patent Analytics. Patent Analytics can unlock detailed insights to help forward plan and create profitable IP and Research & Development strategies.

“It not only identifies any potential risks to the patent’s commercialisation, but also helps the client to focus on, and exploit the most valuable aspects of their product to drive even greater commercial success.”

Specialist Further Education College celebrates student successes

By Raspberry Jim,

A table of Awards at Beechwood College


The success of young people with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) has been celebrated at a specialist Further Education college in the Vale of Glamorgan.

Beechwood College in Sully, a specialist day and residential service for young people over the age of 16 with an Autism Spectrum or Asperger’s Syndrome has hosted its annual Students’ Awards Day.

The families of 57 day and residential students travelled from across Wales and England to watch the presentation of certificates in a marquee in the College grounds.

Unlike mainstream Further Education establishments, Beechwood College measures success based on completion of learning programmes which incorporate a range of goals set with the students, their families and their existing support workers when they arrive at the College.

These goals can include both achievement of formal qualifications but also the attainment of essential life skills, which are aligned to their current and future needs such as home management skills, as well as their own goals which reflect personal interests such as sport activities.

This year, 63 qualifications were achieved from the awarding body Agored Cymru which were made up of accreditations in Art, Music, Enterprise, Creative Media and Drama and all 57 students achieved non-accredited learning in home cooking skills and leisure activities.

Awards presented this year included an Eco Award for students that have done the most to promote ecological projects, an Entrepreneur Award for students who have run an enterprise scheme and shown the most entrepreneurial skill, and a Work Experience Award for students that have shown the greatest commitment to their work experience opportunity.

Students finishing at Beechwood College this year have met more than 95% of their learning programme goals. 


Angela Kent, Director of Education and Care at Beechwood College said:

“Our Awards Ceremony is a much-anticipated annual recognition of our student successes.

“Our integrated learning approach, which involves the active participation of the education, clinical and residential teams, aims to provide each student with a 24-hour learning environment tailored to their specific needs.

“Our goal is to provide a very broad range of experiences and skills for each individual, preparing them for later life and developing their skills in their areas of interest.

“It is a tribute to the hard work of our students and the efforts of the Beechwood College team that the students have achieved such a broad range of qualifications.

“Our largest ever student group completed Duke of Edinburgh Awards aimed at building confidence and team working skills this year. 9 completed their Bronze Award and 4 completed their Silver Award.

“Learning even the simplest of skills needed to build independence can be challenging for young people with Autism, so we are extremely proud of everyone.”


A parent of one of the students at the College, said:

“Beechwood College staff are keen for students to develop and that is reassuring for us as parents.

“What is very important to us is that Beechwood is a very transparent organisation and we feel our son is in safe hands with them as safeguarding is the number 1 priority for us.

“We see Beechwood as an extension to our house and we are all part of the same family.

“It is so reassuring to find a placement that is so motivated and wants to really help our son progress and be happy and safe.

“Beechwood truly care. As parents that is more important to us than anything.”

Opened in 2004, Beechwood College is a specialist day and residential service for young adults over the age of 16 with a formal diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Condition or Asperger’s Syndrome.

The College is registered with the Welsh Government as a Further Education (FE) College, and with Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW) as a care home for younger adults and students typically attend the college for between 2 and 4 years.

Based upon the principles of TEACCH, PECS and Makaton, the College’s goal is to provide opportunities and experiences for each individual, regardless of ability, to prepare them for later life. The integrated approach to learning has qualified lecturers, residential and clinical teams partnering together so that each student’s personalised education programme is developed and reinforced consistently as a 24-hour learning environment which can lead to formal accreditation.

Beechwood College is part of the South Wales-based Ludlow Street Healthcare Group. Employing more than 1100 staff including extensive clinical teams, Ludlow Street Healthcare is a provider of tailored care solutions for adults over the age of 16 who have a range of complex mental health, personality disorder and physical health needs.

Watkins & Gunn founding key partner in “ground breaking” veteran owned business portal

By Raspberry Jim,


Welsh law firm Watkins & Gunn has become a founding partner in an online portal designed so that the public can specifically find veteran owned businesses.

Veteran Owned UK is the largest UK Online Business Directory for veterans founded by Scott Johnson, a former Royal Engineer Bomb Disposal Engineer, after seeing many similar directories online in the USA.

It was created to support veterans owning businesses by providing the public with a user-friendly directorate to locate businesses supplying products and services specific to the customers’ needs, and now boasts over 950 members. 

The portal is designed to provide veteran owned business with greater exposure to the public and to build closer working relationships within the veteran owned business community.

Watkins & Gunn which has offices in Cardiff, Newport and Pontypool were “eager” to support veteran owned businesses in the UK and to partner with the first directory in the country.

The law firm already support veterans by offering a service to help ex-armed forces personnel claim compensation for noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) and tinnitus and felt they could build on this and do more to help by becoming partners in this new venture. Through the directory they are also offering discounted rates for their legal services to ex-servicemen and women. 

By using the new portal, veterans can enter the directory free of charge but the portal also offers paid membership for a more “bespoke” service where businesses can add additional features to their listings.

Sir Mike Penning M.P, an official supporter of the venture says:

“Veteran Owned UK are breaking new ground by supporting veteran owned businesses through their online directory.

“They saw the UK needed a means of easily finding veteran owned businesses and created a website to solve that issue.”

No portal of this nature existed in the UK before Veteran Owned UK, despite the concept being popular in the US.

Scott Johnson (left) and Clive Thomas (right) stand side by side in front of a Veteran Owned UK sign and a Watkins & Gunn sign.
Mr Johnson (L) of Veteran Owned UK and Mr Thomas (R) of Watkins an Gunn


Mr Johnson of Veteran Owned UK said:

“When we started this website, one veteran told us that he loved the idea as he didn’t want to be treated as a victim or to be seen as “broken” because he was a veteran.

“There are lots of charities doing amazing work for veterans who need support.”

“What we at Veteran Owned UK want to do is encourage those working to make their own mark in the business world and boost to their chosen markets.

“Ex-military are often driven, focused and adaptable.

“Many use these skills in “civvy street” to become great employees, some decide to start their own business, and these are the people we want to support.”

Clive Thomas, Managing Partner of Watkins & Gunn, said:

“At Watkins & Gunn we are keen to support ex-military personnel.

“When we met Scott Johnson and he explained the concept of Veteran Owned UK, we saw an opportunity to support veterans in a new and innovative way, so felt we had to get involved.

“There is a huge gap in the market for veteran businesses to advertise themselves. By using the businesses showcased in Veteran Owned UK Directory, you can directly support veterans, whilst utilising a service or purchasing a product that you need.”

Watkins & Gunn offers a wide range of legal services including Accident Claims, Medical Negligence, Wills and Probate, Employment and HR services, Education Law, Public Law, Business Law, Divorce and Family Law, Childcare Law, Criminal Law, Road Traffic Law and Property.

Inspirational young Cub wins the hearts of North Wales Scout group

By Raspberry Jim,

A group of children posing for a group photo in the Snowdonia mountain range


A young Cub with complex learning difficulties has won the hearts of his leaders and fellow Scouts in Conwy.

9-year-old, David Hughes, from Betws-y-Coed has Autism & Dyspraxia, but this hasn’t stopped him from living life to the fullest and taking every Scouting opportunity in his stride.

A recent mountain activity weekend saw David stun his group with his can-do attitude and determination. 

Nine Cubs from 1st Gwydyr Scouts headed deep into the heart of Snowdonia for a weekend of exploring the abandoned slate mines.

Accompanied by two leaders and two members of the recently formed Conwy District Adventurous Activities Team, the Cubs explored the underground tunnels of the quarries and learnt about the history of slate mining.

A young boy and his friends posing for a photo is an old slate mine in the Snowdonia Mountain range


David, who has been with the group since joining as a Beaver at six years old, was not deterred by any of the activities, including the two and half hour walk through the mine to the surface of the mountain, he revelled in the experience.

The weekend was packed full of tasks that many of his fellow Cubs would have found challenging and David completed them all with a smile on his face.


Hazel Barclay, Group Scout Leader of 1st Gwydyr, who was one of the Leaders on the weekend said:

“Each and every Cub there faced big challenges, it was tough for them all. David truly stunned us with his steadfastness, courage and determination. He always wore his bright and positive attitude.  It is an absolute pleasure to take him on these trips.

“Of course, some challenges are bigger for David than for some of the others, but he just gets on with it, grinning his lovely big smile all the way, never uttering a word of complaint and enjoying every single moment! To the other Cubs he is just one of the pack.

“David was at his best on the mountain weekend – he loves being outdoors, exploring places and learning about nature.  He’s full of knowledge and his different view of the world makes us see things in a different light.  He always asks amazing questions – the curiosity and interest he has in all sorts of things is incredible.

“When he first joined Beavers, our Beaver leader and her team worked really hard with him to help him join in the activities. We usually dedicated one leader just for him.  As he’s got older, he manages the activities better but sadly does struggles sometimes as he finds the acoustics in the hall quite distressing.

“We’re currently talking to the Church who own the hall to see if we can fundraise and apply for grants to have some sound-reducing work done on it, not just for David, as we have a number of other autistic children and children with different needs who really suffer because of the noise.”


Ray Barnett from ADC Activities who led the weekend, said:

“David is no different when given the chance. He took part in everything and completed all the activities with good humour alongside his Cub friends. David and all the Cubs kept their promise and “did their best”. We are so proud of them.”


David’s mum, Gemma, knows that his disabilities have never held him back, she said:

“He just needs to be given the chance to try, and that is exactly what ScoutsCymru have given him. He absolutely loves going on the weekend trips and taking part in the various activities. The leaders don’t see him as a task, he is just another one of the Cubs and it has created an environment for him to thrive in.”


ScoutsCymru gives over 14,000 young people in Wales the opportunity to enjoy fun and adventure while developing the skills they need to succeed, now and in the future. Open to all young people in Wales regardless of faith, gender, sexual orientation, race or social background, the movement encourages its members to do more, learn more and be more.

Children with life-limiting illnesses enjoy first family camp out

By Raspberry Jim,


Children with life limiting illnesses, including Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Goldenhar Syndrome, have enjoyed their very first family camp out.

The Ty Hafan Scout Group, which was the first hospice Scout group in the UK, took six Scouts and their families to Miskin Mill Scout Village on Saturday where they stayed until Sunday afternoon.

Ten-year-old Seth Burke who has Duchenne muscular Dystrophy attended with his two brothers, Reggie and Elyah, eight-year-old Christopher Jones who has Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome was also joined by his sister Bethan. Two-year-old Matilda Philpott who has Stickler Syndrome was joined by her 2 brothers, Oliva and Alfie, four-year-old Alice Haswell who has Goldenhar Syndrome camped out with her sister Scarlet, and 13-year-old Daisy Stacey who has Vacterl Association attended with her sister Molly.

Child and Adult with happy faces enjoying the Ty Hafan Scout Group family camp out


The weekend saw the families take part in a range of activities from archery, crafts and pop rockets to laser shooting, fire lighting, bush craft and raft making.

Child playing with a hoola-hoop enjoying the Ty Hafan Scout Group family camp out
Child smiling and enjoying the Ty Hafan Scout Group family camp out

The weekend saw the families take part in a range of activities from archery, crafts and pop rockets to laser shooting, fire lighting, bush craft and raft making.

The camp was a real Scouting first – the first time the referred children have been on a Scout Camp, something leaders have been hoping to achieve since the start of the Group.


Ruth Weltch, Group Scout Leader of the Ty Hafan Scout Group said:

“The opportunity to regularly set up camp in the great outdoors is one of the main reasons young people enjoy Scouting so much and we wanted to give our children, who would not normally have the opportunity, the chance to take part in a weekend of outdoor activities and to sleep under canvas with their families. 

“We have been overwhelmed and humbled by the amount of help offered by Leaders, not just from Cardiff and Vale Scouts but from other Scouting Areas in Wales. This reflects the scope of the hospice itself which is open to all children with life limiting illnesses throughout Wales.

“We have been able to give these children the opportunity to take part in activities not usually accessible to them and that we take for granted. It was an absolute joy to see them and their families take part in the weekend’s activities, seeing them smile and forget about their worries for a while was heart-warming.”


Lynne Phelps, from Ty Hafan, said:

“The hard work, time and effort put in by the Scout Group since its inception has been truly amazing. The Group has brought so much happiness to the hospice and given the children referred to us an opportunity to take part in activities with their families that they wouldn’t have had access to if it wasn’t for Scouts.

“The group has had a really positive impact not just on the children in our care, but also their families and our staff. We really can’t thank the Ty Hafan Scout Group enough.”


The Ty Hafan Scout Group was set up on the Scouting Centenary in 2007 for any child referred to the hospice along with their siblings, parents and family, to spend time together having fun and making memories.

A growing need for sibling involvement was soon recognised and so the Group began to run regular sibling camps. The sibling camps have given the young people who have brothers and sisters in the care of the hospice the opportunity to attend events such as Scarefest and the Jurassic International Jamboree, as well as the chance to spend quality family time with their loved ones.

ScoutsCymru gives over 14,000 young people in Wales the opportunity to enjoy fun and adventure while developing the skills they need to succeed, now and in the future. Open to all young people in Wales regardless of faith, gender, sexual orientation, race or social background, the movement encourages its members to do more, learn more and be more.

Construction company Troika appointed to transform former Royal Mail Building in Newport

By Raspberry Jim,

Computer generated imaged of the competed work of the former Royal Mail building


A Cardiff-based construction company has been appointed to redevelop the former Royal Mail building in Newport.

Troika Construction has been appointed to transform the building on Mill Street, after its success working on Chartist Tower in the city.

The internal demolition has already taken place at Mill Street and Troika Construction are now starting on site in a project that is expected to be completed in 35 weeks.

The building will be redeveloped into quality office space, which the owners Garrison Barclay Estates hope will attract businesses based within out of town business parks to relocate back into the city centre.

The new office spaces will offer a spacious layout with high ceilings, natural light and a quirky design – something new and exciting for Newport’s workforce. 

The site has already received a huge amount of interest from prospective tenants. The modern and flexible office space has attracted a range of businesses from legal firms to a London-based cyber security company.  

The location of the building also offers an affordable solution against its neighbouring cities of Cardiff and Bristol where headline rent is considerably lower. Along with this, the building is ideally located next to Newport Train Station.


Mark Cotter, CEO of Troika Construct Limited, said:

“We are extremely proud to play a role within the mass redevelopment of Newport. This project, coupled with Chartist Tower, are huge projects that will make a real difference to the city when completed.

“At Troika, we endeavour to deliver projects within deadlines, budgets and to the highest quality. The former Royal Mail Building will be a fantastic space with modern and flexible workspace that will attract businesses back to the city centre and become a hive of activity.”

A Cardiff-based construction company has been appointed to redevelop the former Royal Mail building in Newport. Troika Construction has been appointed to transform the building on Mill Street, after its success working on Chartist Tower in the city. The internal demolition has already taken place at Mill Street and Troika Construction are now starting on site in a project that is expected to be completed in 35 weeks. The building will be redeveloped into quality office space, which the owners Garrison Barclay Estates hope will attract businesses based within out of town business parks to relocate back into the city centre. The new office spaces will offer a spacious layout with high ceilings, natural light and a quirky design - something new and exciting for Newport’s workforce. The site has already received a huge amount of interest from prospective tenants. The modern and flexible office space has attracted a range of businesses from legal firms to a London-based cyber security company. The location of the building also offers an affordable solution against its neighbouring cities of Cardiff and Bristol where headline rent is considerably lower. Along with this, the building is ideally located next to Newport Train Station. Mark Cotter, CEO of Troika Construct Limited, said: “We are extremely proud to play a role within the mass redevelopment of Newport. This project, coupled with Chartist Tower, are huge projects that will make a real difference to the city when completed. “At Troika, we endeavour to deliver projects within deadlines, budgets and to the highest quality. The former Royal Mail Building will be a fantastic space with modern and flexible workspace that will attract businesses back to the city centre and become a hive of activity.” Troika Construction work across South Wales and South West England on projects for the commercial and industrial sectors specifically government, hotel, office and residential schemes.

Troika Construction work across South Wales and South West England on projects for the commercial and industrial sectors specifically government, hotel, office and residential schemes.

Mythical Creatures made with LEGO® bricks have arrived at Mermaid Quay

By Raspberry Jim,


Cardiff Bay is home to mythical creatures and more now that the BRICKLIVE Fantasy Kingdom has landed at Mermaid Quay.

Nine fabulous models made with a total of nearly 750,000 LEGO® bricks have taken over Tacoma Square, in the heart of Mermaid Quay, until Sunday 1st September.

Free to view, the display features an 11ft fire-breathing dragon, a unicorn and two hunting wolves as well as a wizard, princess, knight and huntswoman. Collectively the models took over 2,000 hours to build. There are also cute dragon whelps (baby dragons) displayed in the windows of various businesses in Mermaid Quay.

At the heart of the display is a throne – laid out in shimmering silk and encrusted with the finest LEGO® brick rubies, emeralds and sapphires – on which visitors can sit and take selfies. Mermaid Quay is running a weekly photo competition to crown a Selfie King or Queen each week – with FREE ice cream for a year from Cadwaladers Mermaid Quay as the weekly prize.


In addition, Mermaid Quay is running a host of other competitions, including:

  • A colouring competition to win a £100 voucher to spend at wagamama Mermaid Quay for young people aged 11 and under to bring their fantasy land to life with their best ever colouring in.
  • story writing competition to win a dinner for a family of four worth up to £75 from Bill’s Mermaid Quay with the theme of myths and legends for anyone aged 12 or over.
  • A themed fancy-dress competition to win fabulous treats at The Crepe Escape Mermaid Quay – open to all ages, the ‘fantasy’ theme means that visitors can let their imaginations run wild with a rich array of possible costumes – from princesses and knights to mythical creatures and unicorns!

This is the first time BRICKLIVE’s Fantasy Kingdom have been be on display in Wales and follows the success of previous displays at Mermaid Quay including the Great Brick Safari, Santa’s Sleigh and Big Cats, which all attracted many thousands of visitors.

The display is visible any time, but the throne will only be available to sit on 10am – 6pm daily. Visiting the installation is free of charge.

Ein huchafbwyntiau – Sioe Frenhinol Cymru

By Raspberry Jim,


Eleni oedd canmlwyddiant y Sioe fel y digwyddiad mwyaf yn galendr amaethyddol Prydain.

Roedd digon o anifeiliaid i weld a digon o ffermwyr i longyfarch. Pob blwyddyn mae yna dros 240,000 o bobl yn dod i’r Sioe dros y pedwar diwrnod ac mae dros 8,000 o anifeiliaid yn cystadlu. Mae hyn yn gynnwys dros 3,000 o geffylau, dros 800 o dda, dros 3,000 o ddefaid!

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Yn ogystal â’r cystadlaethau anifeiliaid fferm, roedd llawer i wneud yna. Stondinau crefftau, siopa, garddwriaeth, chwaraeon cefn gwlad, adloniant, arddangosfeydd a neuadd fwyd anhygoel yn llawn danteithion blasus.

Cacenau blasus gan Ridiculously Rich by Alana
Paned o de gyda Sarah o Welsh Brew Tea
Fran a’r tîm Barti Rum
Welshcakes enfawr ar stondin Fwdge
Michael a’i chynnyrch Biltong o From Our Farm

Roedd Sam Warburton yna hefyd yn cyflwyno ei nwyddau newydd ar y cyd â’r becws Braces.

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Wrth gerdded i’r Sioe, roedd e’n syndod i jamjar weld arddangosfa filwrol gan aelodau o’r gatrawd Zulu ‘impi. Wow! Roedd yn arddangosfa anhygoel i gofio 140 mlynedd ers y rhyfel Eingl-Zulu. Yn eu gwylio oedd Tywysog Cymru a Duges Cernyw a Brenin Goodwill a Brenhines Mpumi, Brenin a Brenhines y Zulu.

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Diolch i bawb at y Sioe! Disgwyl ymlaen i flwyddyn nesaf yn barod!

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