Byline: By JILL TUNSTALL
AS National Poet of Wales, Professor Gwyn Thomas had no hesitation when asked to celebrate Snowdon's summit, in verse. "It was the very highest compliment," he chuckles. At 3,560ft, his poetry will also be the highest in Wales as it has been etched into the fabric of the new summit building.
The cafe's name Hafod Eryri - meaning summer shelter of Snowdonia - was chosen by secret ballot from about 400 suggestions and has been registered as a trademark and used as a logo.
Contractor Carillion said in April it was racing to finish the pounds 8.3m building, which will be clad in stone, by early summer in order to qualify for European …
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Publication information: Article title: Epic Poetry. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Post (Liverpool, England). Publication date: June 7, 2008. Page number: 3. © 2009 MGN Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2008 Gale Group.
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