Gweinidog wedi marw, yn llafaru ette Sef cynhwysiad dwy bregeth, a bregethwyd, Tachwedd 11, 1770. ... Gan y Parch. Mr. D. Edwards. A gyfieithwyd i'r Gymraeg gan y Parch. Mr. P. Williams (1771)
David R Edwards was lead singer of the Welsh language post-punk/experimental band Datblygu and was born in Aberteifi, Ceredigion. The band was formed at Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi / Cardigan County Secondary school in 1982. A witty and incisive lyrical talent whose use of language is almost reason in itself to learn Welsh, according to John Peel.As well as Datblygu, David worked with Tŷ Gwydr and pioneering dance act Llwybr Llaethog on L.L. v T.G. MC DRE (1992), around which time he took up work as a secondary school teacher. Health problems and alcoholism forced Datblygu into retirement after releasing the Putsch double A single in 1995. David himself has since been largely ignored by mainstream Welsh media but interest was revived after Ankstmusik re-released 1993's classic Libertino in a triple disc box set along with the first two studio albums Wyau and Pyst in 2004. Datblygu returned to the studio in 2008 to record a one-off 7" single entitled Cân y Mynach Modern.David's battle with health problems and alcoholism was chronicled in an O Flaen dy Lygaid documentary, produced by BBC Cymru for S4C. The programme also features his friend, actress Rhian Ree Davies.David R Edwards' autobiography, Atgofion Hen Wanc, was published by Y Lolfa in 2009.
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The film follows a cine camera man as he films scenes around the town of Tunbridge Wells, including Trinity Church, the Town Hall, the Opera House, the Pantiles, Chalybeate Spring and scenes of floats from the Tunbridge Wells Festival procession.
Scenes from an agricultural show in Tunbridge Wells.
This amateur cine club film shows scenes of people enjoying events of the annual fete and fireworks in Dunorlan Park in Tunbridge Wells.