How Gets? - Conversations with the people and characters of Bethesda
HowGets is a podcast where I, Tom Simone, talk to people interesting people in Dyffryn Ogwen about various things.
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How Gets 1 (Welsh)
Growing Food, Food Security, & Community Projects
A conversation with Judith Kaufmann, owner of Perllanau Afallon, a company that specialises in apple juicing, orchard & fruit tree pruning, and Adam Quaeck, gardening enthusiast and Partneriaeth Ogwen's maintenance officer.
Moel Y Ci - Community Farm & Environmental Centre
Egin Ogwen Growing food in the community
Blodeuwedd Botanics Gardening activities for all
Tyddyn Teg Organic Farm
Marchnad Ogwen Market
Marchnad Cae Star - 4-6pm Tuesday & Thursday, Cae Star car park, Bethesda (behind Kings Head)
How Gets? - 2: Wax Food Wraps and Plastic Waste (English)
A conversation with Christine Peake about how making small changes can result in a big difference for the environment.
How Gets? - 3: Trysorau Coll (Welsh)
A conversation between the author of the book Trysorau Coll Dr J. Elwyn Hughes and Mr Ieuan Wyn, looking at the life of the poet and novelist Caradog Pritchard.
How Gets? - 4: Veteran's Sheds (English)
Tom Simone speaks to Mark Emptage and Judith Kaufmann about the veterans sheds in Bethesda.
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How Gets? - 5: Energy efficieny in your home (Welsh)
Judith Kaufmann, Dyffryn Gwyrdd wellbeing and environment officer, Partneriaeth Ogwen, and Guto Broschott, Swyddog Datblygu Cyd-Ynni, discuss assessing your home's energy efficiency.
How Gets? - 6: Cycling and being greener (English)
Tom Simone, Dyffryn Gwyrdd wellbeing and environment officer, Partneriaeth Ogwen, speaks to Christian Graham, Friends of the Earth, about not owning a car and how to have a greener lifestyle.
Elen Williams talks to Manon Steffan Ros.