• David Lloyd Geroge chatting with the Archdruid Crwys during the Denbigh National Eisteddfod 1939

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During the 1920s Lloyd George's links with Wales weakened. He lived at Bron-y-de, a house he bought in Churt, Surrey in 1921. Dame Margaret lived in the family home at Bryn Awelon, Cricieth. But he did not sever his connection with his motherland. He remained interested in Welsh matters and his annual Thursday speech at the National Eisteddfod was a major event.

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