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Fun day will improve village - take it as red.

ST DAVID'S Day celebrations in Penrhys will also give residents the opportunity to shape the future of their village.

And on March 1 the Penrhys Partnership will launch the National Assembly's Communities First programme for Wales. Through the programme, peoples' confidence will be built up, education and skill training will be encouraged and housing should be improved, all making the community a safer place to live.

Events on the day are in support of the Prince's Trust's Go Red for Wales, campaign where people will be donating pounds 1 to the trust by wearing red clothes.

Entertainment starts at 11am at the Y Ffynnon Centre and includes a whole host of activities such as music and aromatherapy workshops, Pendyrus Male Voice Choir and karaoke at the Penrhys RAOB. Organisers have assured people that with so much fun and entertainment on offer they will ``never forget they're Welsh''.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Feb 17, 2003
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