Gwynedd football fan launches official bid to reverse Euro 2016 Gorsedd snub
An official motion will go before Gwynedd council next week in a bid to force a U-turn on the snubbing of Wales’ footballing heroes by Gorsedd y Beirdd.
After Wales’ performance at Euro 2016 in France, there were calls to induct Chris Coleman’s men into the Gorsedd, which recognises those who have made distinguished contributions to Welsh life.
The Gorsedd refused to honour the players, but Gwynedd councillor Owain Williams is now leading a renewed effort to reverse the decision.
The Llais Gwynedd leader will bring a motion before councillors on Thursday asking the Gorsedd to change their... read more
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