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£31,246
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    Weʼve raised £31,246 to support the restoration of Eglwys y Grog at Mwnt which was recently badly vandalised.The money will go towards the repairs needed. Diolch.

    Mwnt, Cardigan
    Funded on Tuesday, 1st February 2022

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    Eglwys y Grog at Mwnt was recently badly vandalised by individuals and already some donations are being offered to the church trustees. This page has been setup to help with the generosity shown not only by those locally but from all parts of the UK and beyond. The money will go towards the repairs needed to get this iconic church back to its previous condition.

    With thanks to Wayne Harlow for the cover image

    https://www.facebook.com/WayneHarlowPhotography/

    Cafodd Eglwys y Grog ym Mwnt ei fandaleiddio’n wael yn ddiweddar gan unigolion ac eisoes mae rhai rhoddion yn cael eu cynnig i ymddiriedolwyr yr eglwys. Mae'r dudalen hon wedi'i sefydlu i helpu gyda haelioni a ddangosir nid yn unig gan y rhai yn lleol ond o bob rhan o'r DU a thu hwnt. Bydd yr arian yn mynd tuag at yr atgyweiriadau sydd eu hangen i gael yr eglwys eiconig hon yn ôl i’w gyflwr blaenorol.

    https://www.tivysideadvertiser.co.uk/news/19801622.shock-anger-vandals-attack-historic-mwnt-church/

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    • Clive Davies8 months ago
      Clive Davies

      Clive Davies

      8 months ago

      The Police investigations are ongoing, options such as CCTV and smart technologies are being considered. Media coverage aided our cause and we hope that once the work is completed on the church we will be able update everyone.

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    • Clive Davies8 months ago
      Clive Davies

      Clive Davies

      8 months ago

      In just one month with your generosity we have received well over the £20,000 target. The likely end figure after JustGiving fees will be more likely in the region of £30,000, so once again thank you. In addition , a number of people have sent donation by post and in person, all these have been recorded by the church treasurer. I would also like to thank those that have been in contact to offer skilled support, these are being worked through by the church wardens and vicar. Thank you Dyfed Powys Police o providing advice on security (picture)

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    9 months ago

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    Page last updated on: 2/1/2022 18.51

    Supporters

    1244

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 1, 2022

      £5.00

    • William

      William

      Feb 1, 2022

    • Susan Brind and Jim Harold

      Susan Brind and Jim Harold

      Jan 27, 2022

      We were really saddened to hear about the damage to the church. It's somewhere we love to visit when we are in Ceredigeon. We hope it can be successfully restored.

    • Esther Davies, Llandudoch

      Esther Davies, Llandudoch

      Jan 26, 2022

      Gwaith da, daliwch ati

      £20.00

    • Alun Evans

      Alun Evans

      Jan 26, 2022

      £30.00

    • Nan and William Dowell

      Nan and William Dowell

      Jan 25, 2022

      Visited today for my birthday. Hope that this little gift will help.

      £5.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jan 24, 2022

      £50.00

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    Mwnt, Cardigan

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