FHS of Martin

Society Area Representatives


The area represenrative is Mr Paul Madden

The Welsh Dragon   The ancient Cambrian mountains form the backbone of this green, mountainous country, which has been a stronghold of Celtic culture for about 3000 years. Wales has been incorporated with England since 1535 but retains a strong national identity. Over one-fifth of the people speak Wesh, a Celtic language with a rich poetic tradition. About 60% of the country's 2.8 million population live in the south or extreme northeast. The old coal-based industries that transformed these areas last century have since given way to a service-led economy.
St David's is the smallest cathedral in the
British Isles. The 12th century cathedral
was a centre of pilgrimage for the shrine
of St David the patron saint of Wales.
St. Davids Church, Wales
View of Wales  

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