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The Story of Gelert

Beddgelert, Gwynedd, Wales (map) Cymraeg
A man's best friend is his dog. Prince Llywelyn always considered his best friend to be his faithful hound, Gelert. At least, he thought so, until the fateful night he went out hunting and left his precious son in the care of Gelert.

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5th February 2015
The legend of gelert
Long long ago ,in North Wales there was a young prince named Llewellyn and had a beautiful son he loved with all his heart he...

2nd December 2011
Synopses of the Story of Gelert
These are synopses from a variety of students who were trying to give a flavour of what the story is about.

1st August 2010
The Story of Gelert
An animated version of The Story of Gelert made by Abi Joachim at a summer school run by Suffolk Anglia Ruskin University

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Name: Franz 10th February 2017
I like it
Name: Carl Hardin 4th February 2017
I was 8 years old when I first read this story in primary school, the teacher was reading it with us but I found it so fascinating that I read the story way ahead of the teacher and remember it had such a powerful effect on me and brought to the surface such emotions even though I was so young. I am now 72 years old but never ever forgot this story it had such a impact on me. So glad to have come across it again after all these years!
Name: Corinne Genge 25th January 2017
Now this story makes me cry every time I see a
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