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ON THE GRAPEVINE: We asked at Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor Glynllifon: If you won a fortune on the lottery, what would you spend it on?

PRYDERI HUGHES: The possible list could be endless but it would have to include a few luxuries such as a holiday, maybe a new car and tarmac the whole drive up to the house!

ELIN HAF JONES: I'd be ecstatic. I would use the money to go travelling to Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, and Thailand for a year. But I would also save some of the money to buy a house and give some money to various charities.

ANNA BUDESHA: If I won the lottery I would set up a program to get more young people involved in sport, with the aim of reducing mental health issues. And I would buy a chalet in Zermatt, Switzerland, so that I could enjoy the mountains with friends and family. ANDREW WILLIAMSON: Hmmm that's a tough question. I think first of all I'd have to give some to my family as I wouldn't be where I am now without them. I'd also donate PS100k to the forestry department here in Glynllifon and then I'd like to buy a big country estate somewhere in Wales with plenty of woodland so my son can train to become a forester.

Glynllifon with residential Glynllifon Estate has a wide range land-based courses animal park, outdoor engineering with modern

to buy a big Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor Glynllifon is a land-based campus with residential facilities, situated on the Glynllifon Estate near Caernarfon, The campus has a wide range of facilities appropriate to the land-based courses it offers, including an outdoor animal park, indoor animal unit, indoor and outdoor horse riding arenas, forest, engineering workshop and a working farm with modern milking parlour. For details:


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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Mar 9, 2018
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