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Posted: 14-Mar-2005, 04:28 PM
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Recently Devon has been getting in touch with its celtic roots. Dumnonia is being un-earthed. Devon has now got a flag to spearhead this feeling. I put this email to our Welsh friends to gather opinions. Some of the people of Devon have genealogy and history thus feel its their right to claim a flag. It represents the region and is good for business. However not all are happy with the move. Please go to the general discussion board and post your opinion under celtic Devon. Is the move just??? or are the celts destined to fight with each other!!!

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Posted: 22-Apr-2005, 11:05 AM
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I spoke to some people from Cornwall at the National Eisteddfod last year and I asked them about Devon and its claims to be Celtic and they told me to dismiss it. They said that Devon was England and not Celtic at all. Does Devon feel Celtic or just a few natives? Is there animosity between Devon and Cornwall?

Gwlad, gwlad, pleidiol wyf im gwlad
Tra mr yn fur
I'r bur hoff bau
O bydded ir heniaith barhau
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