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LYNLove Your Neighbor
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Life only became more difficult for Tamy Lyn when her father suffered a heart attack and died when she was 8 years old.
Lyn appreciates that Lionheart Radio is more than a radio station, recognising that it is a social enterprise concerned with the welfare of all those who are a part of it.
That experience inspired Lyn to get an anthropology doctorate degree and teach about filmmaking and youth culture.
Dyma'r dynion fyddai'n dychwelyd i Iwerddon i barhau a'r frwydr fyddai yn y pen draw yn sicrhau eu hannibyniaeth," meddai Lyn Ebenezer o Bontrhydfendigaid, Ceredigion sy'n cael ei ystyried yn un o arbenigwyr penna'r byd ar hanes Gwersyll Rhyfel Fron-goch.
But without the stranger attending to Carl and communicating with paramedics, Lyn fears things may have been much worse.
Jones insists his namesake Lyn was sick and had lost four kilograms in weight after not being able to go into work.
Lyn picked up a concrete planter and broke down the door of the Elizabeth Street property.
But Lyn also aims to nip the cause of their grief in the bud - by steering children away from the kind of Islamic extremist grooming that poisoned the minds of 25-year-old Fusilier Lee's killers Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, both radicalised by hate preachers.
Twice a week Lyn took the bus to Walton to visit her brother Lou in the correctional facility.
After a prayer, organiser Julia Stevenson read a poem from Lyn called Once a Fusilier, Always a Fusilier.
Gary and Lyn with Lyn's mum Pamela Preston and nana Joyce Jones