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Re: Festival in the Shire (August 2010)
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Posted on: 2010/1/27 11:18


Re: Festival in the Shire (August 2010)
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It is nice to see the standard of Journalism is so good in Wales, look at the cover of the latest issue of the "Cambrian News".

I also noted a comment on another forum from the BBC article on the festival and its viability.

"It plans to feature "internationally respected speakers", and is expected to attract dozens of visitors."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/mid/8485043.stm

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Re: Festival in the Shire (August 2010)
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That's a hilarious cover from Cambrian News.

On the BBC article, "speak and ye shall be heard". The current version of the article at that link has "thousands of visitors" so someone corrected it.

Posted on: 2010/2/1 9:57
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Re: Festival in the Shire (August 2010)
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One would at least expect a higher standard from the BBC! I pointed out the error and they corrected it!

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Strange and slightly humorous tangent to this event...

The Cambrian News (the paper that broke the story that the Festival in the Shire was moving to a different location) has now been banned from certain meetings of the Machynlleth town council because of that "leak".

http://www.cambrian-news.co.uk/news/i/5162/

Posted on: 2010/2/25 0:07
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