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Comments from the Urdd.org exhibition

The exhibition Urdd.org ended on Sunday and the curators and conservationsists are now getting Oriel 1 ready for the next exhibiton 'Pop Peth, Music and Me' which starts on the first of August.

During the Urdd.org exhibition there was an area where the public could leave their memories or thoughts on the Urdd, here are some of them:

‘I loved the horse riding and I found it very fun. The government should give out free trips!’

‘My name is Molly. I went to Llangrannog in 2009 April with the Urdd. The cabins are much nicer than they used to be.’

‘I am going to Llangrannog next week. I am excited.’

‘It was the best place i have ever been to. I loved the toboganning.’

‘C.1969 I went to Llangrannog - spent 2 nights in wooden cabin then spent the rest of the week in the ysbyty – only remember custard and shopping!’

‘I went to Llangrannog twice as a young girl. I had so much fun horse riding and skiing but especially the Disco at the end. I broke a young boy’s heart!’

‘I remember falling in love with one of the ‘swogs’

‘1962 – my friend and I were the only 2 to go from my school Caer Castell Cardiff. The weather was extremely cold and one morning us two girls who were on the top bunks woke to find we were covered with snow. The stay was shortened due to bad weather.’

‘The Logo should be a dragon or something that doesn’t look like a lollypop or a candycorn’

‘They live in luxury at Llangrannog these days! Bring back the cabins that i had to stay in!’

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