Number 2, December 1938
THE CHILDREN AT CAMBRIA
FINANCIAL SUPPORT; A child can be "adopted" by individuals
or groups, who pay 10/- a week towards his or her maintenance,
and keep in touch with him by means of letters, parcels, and,
where possible, occasional visits. Collecting cards, for groups
or individuals, can be supplied on application to the Secretary.
Concerts and football matches with the children can be arranged
by writing to the secretary, Mr. J. Williams, at Cambria House,
Caerleon, Newport, Mon.
Materials for the Carpentry and Sewing Classes are urgently needed.
A room has been opened as a sitting-room and library for the older
girls; gifts of books would be much appreciated.
Cambria House is open to visitors on Sundays, and at other times
by appointment. Those who would like one or more of the children
to pay them a week-end visit are asked to write to the Warden,
Mrs. Fernandez, at Cambria House.
The house will be closed from Dec. 26th to Jan. 8th,
during which time the children will be staying with friends.
ENGAGEMENTS FOR DECEMBER
Sunday 4th. Concert in Tredegar.
Thursday 8th. Concert in Varteg, organised by the Pontypool
Basque Children's Committee.
Friday 9th. Concert in the Church Hall, Crumlin, Local
artistes as well as the children.
Sunday 11th. Concert in Tonypandy.
Y mae plant y Basgiaid sy'n byw yn hen brifddinas Arthur yn
dymuno Nadolig Llawen i bobl Cymru.