Cofiwch Dryweryn Remember Tryweryn - Tote Bag
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Tote BagCofiwch Dryweryn Remember Tryweryn

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Tote Bag

A bag just in case. This classic tote bag carries your groceries, text books and everything else you can easily strap around your shoulders.
  • Handle length: approx 12” (30cm)
  • Holding capacity: 10 litres
  • Light consistency: 140 g/m²
  • Fabrics: 100% cotton

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Cofiwch Dryweryn Remember Tryweryn
Cofiwch Dryweryn Remember Tryweryn
Cofiwch Dryweryn or Y Wal Cofiwch Dryweryn is a graffitied stone wall in Llanrhystud, Wales. Author and journalist Meic Stephens originally painted the words onto the wall in the early 1960s following
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