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"Young people's wellbeing and ideas are at the heart of the company's work and the financial support by the commissioner allowed us to perform this important play Tempted to many more of them," says Jeremy Turner, artistic director of Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch.
Marnie Brewster, 70, has a cabin at the Trawsfynydd Holiday village near the Rhiw Goch Inn and has been visiting regularly since 1982.
She said she was happy to hear there was an engagement activity to show people round the Gilfach Goch centre and that they would still be providing the service in the area.
When demand fell and costs rose the industry that had employed 250 men around Braich Goch in open-cast pits above the site where the Corris Craft Centre now stands went into rapid decline.
Steve Jones, head of Streetscene, said: "The potholes in Allt Goch have been reported and are being repaired today (Tuesday).
He said: "I found it quite funny that Crib Goch is considered a bike trail.
A guard of honour, made up of Katie-Jo's friends from the air cadets, lined the street outside St Barnabas' Church, Gilfach Goch, when the funeral cortege arrived.
"The group had split into smaller parties and this gentleman was with another man who had decided to climb Snowdon via Crib Goch.
Spokesman Charlie Graham said: "Crib Goch is an accident blackspot.
* Gold, single news article, Goch, "Mold: A Growing Problem," November 2001
"Even though they're storybook characters, the three main ones are children and reflect the mischievousness, behaviour, fears and innocence of the audience," says Arad Goch's artistic director Jeremy Turner.
The 47-year-old IT worker says that Crib Goch - a peak in the Snowdon range - is his "favourite mountain" which is what made it ideal for his first tattoo.