The View From 'Siamber Glyndwr' on Allt Lletty'r Crydd overlooking
A474 MYB/ WMP Site Entrance. Renewable Robber Barons Invasion Under Way!
Sian Ifan Llysgenhadaeth Glyndwr Standing Sentry Look Out at
Siamber Glyndwr, Lletty'r Crydd, Banc Bryn, Mynydd y Betws.
Pobl Glyndwr and all Patriots become as 'Y Gwerin Owain' and join with us as 'Sentry Guardians' of Allt Lletty'r Crydd.
Come Pick Up Baner Glyndwr where we left it as our symbolic declaration and act of determination, that we may have lost 'Stryveland' but we will not and never lose the 'Sacred Hill' of Altt Lletty'r Crydd. That which was also the eastern point of the hard fought for Frontier of 'Stryveland' after a 54 year long struggle to restore native land to the native people from the land grabbing Anglo - Norman Robber Barons 1282 - 1334. Ironically, whilst many 'Welsh Nationalists' annually parade their shameful pathetic 'Heart on Sleeve' emotions at Battle Sites as at Rali Cilmeri 1282 and Brwydr Llwchwr 1136, so few have stood with a small band of 'Stryvelanders' in defence of Mynydd y Betws. That is their shame and not ours, we may appear to have failed and lost our struggle but no! For it is enough that a gallant few stood the 'bloodied ground' with us this long hard summer of 2012, they all will be remembered by Patriotic Posterity, the rest perhaps well forgotten as those who would not walk back into their history and thus betrayed past, present and future of their Homeland! However, there is still time, seven more weeks for all to come and pick up Baner Glyndwr and become 'Guardian Sentries' of Allt Lletty'r Crydd - a 'Sacred Hill'.
Neolithic Cairn Burial Chamber Remains on Allt Lletty'r Crydd.
Turbine On Way To MYB/WMP Site, the first of many plus blades over coming seven weeks to Samhain.
Below Atop Banc Bryn
For more on this area of Mynydd y Betws, see:
Hi! Alright, how to get here?
See Map below, look to the right end of the stick, Altt lletty'r Crydd about there.
If coming up from A474 via footpath and taking short cut up hill,
look for this tree and the tree beyond in background.
There an horse will come and lead you to Siamber Glyndwr.
No! that was my over worked imagination, though I think I might have a fictional story there, why not? will give it a go over the winter? Whatever, many ways to get there look at O/S Map after consulting info in following blog link below: