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The Heritage of Orchards & Cider Making in Wales - Folk Traditions

Here you can learn about how folk traditions are living on in contemporary Wales.

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Storyteller David Ambrose sings The Gower...

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Mike ‘Widder’ Lewis of Chepstow Community Cider...

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Cider festival stall holders tell us why their...

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Cider festival goers tell us why they have...

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A female cider festival goer tell us why she...

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A cider festival goer tells us why him &...

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Storyteller David Ambrose recites an apple...

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Mike 'Widder' Lewis shares how he...

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Mike 'Widder' Lewis of Chepstow tells...

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Chepstow Community Apple Day 2016 featuring The...

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James Perks proprietor of Raglan Cider Mill...

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Orchardist Ian Sturrock shares and impromptu...

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