Cardiau Nadolig cynllun ailgylchu Coed Cadw

January 6, 2008 at 4:15 pm | Posted in Cardiau Nadolig, Christmas cards, Coed Cadw, Cymraeg, Cymru, Cynllun ailgylchu, Nadolig, Recycling, Wales, Welsh | 1 Comment
Coed Cadw Cardiau Nadolig cynllun ailgylchu

If the godlike announcements from the ceiling speakers in our ‘Marks and Sparks’ today are anything to go by, no doubt our family and friends in Wales will have celestial announcements in Welsh (the language of Heaven) and English (er, … I am reliably informed it is spoken in a Yorkshire dialect ‘up there’) reminding you to bring your Christmas cards to the special collection boxes in your local M&S store 😉

P.S. even Welsh language posters available!

Download Promotional Material To help spread the word Coed Cadw (The Woodland Trust) has produced a range of downloadable items for you to use.

Posters: Ask your local shops, community centre, library, school, college, doctors and dentist surgery to display a poster. Click on one of the country links below to download – this is a 1.3MB file so it may take some time. (You will require the free Adobe Reader).

England |Wales/Cymraeg | Scotland | N. Ireland


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  1. Hello. I wanted to mention that the British Red Cross are selling sells Welsh/English charity Christmas cards. If you are thinking of buying Christmas cards this year, do consider us. There might be something in our range to suit your needs this year. You can view them or order online. Funds raised from our sales support the work of the British Red Cross. Thanks!

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