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Gwladus, Gwenllian's cousin, in the convent at Six Hills near Market Rasen, Lincolnshire:
It is proposed to place information about Gwladus in the local church. People in the area talk of "the Grave of the Welsh Princess".

The Lost Children - were they taken from Wales to Lincolnshire by sea?
The Society is currently investigating the history.

Proposed local group:
It has been suggested that a local Gwenllian group could be set up, based on Sempringham, for members living in neighbouring parts of England. Please let the Webmaster know if you'd be interested in joining this group.



The long awaited volume about some of the fateful events of 1282, based on a number of booklets written by the late Anthony Edwards, has been printed and is on sale for £8.50 (+ £1.50 p&p - £2 p&p for two books). The English language book is the work of Mrs Janet Elson, whilst the Welsh version 'Wyneb yn Wyneb â Brad', translated by the Society's former chairman, is also available at the same price.

To order your copy/copies, please contact us.

[Also available at Awen Meirion, Bala]


On Wednesday 29 January, 2014, following a decision taken in the recent Meeting of the Executive Committee, the former chairman presented a framed picture of the Society's plaque on the summit of Snowdon to Mike Robertshaw, Senior Engineering Manager of the Snowdon Mountain Railway Company, together with a pack of information leaflets about the plaque, which will be given to every passenger using the train to reach the summit.

In the picture is the former chairman presenting the picture to Mike Robertshaw in his Llanberis office.


It's official! Carnedd Uchaf is now Carnedd Gwenllian!
(click here to read more)


The Six Hills Yews
Rob Evans, geologist and member of the Society, has provided to the Lincolnshire Tree Awareness Group (TAG) information about the 9 Yews at Six Hills on the Lincolnshire Wolds, which are reputed to be associated with the grave of Gwladus, the cousin of Gwenllian. This information, with a photograph and line drawing of the yews, has been incorporated into the legends section of a TAG booklet on '40 Special Trees of Lincolnshire' published in September 2009.