Medi 2005 September


There is now a Carrog in Brittany - “Place de Carrog” to be precise, which was officially inaugurated and named on the last weekend in August. The occasion was the visit of seventeen of us to Plouyé, where our hosts have created an permanent amenity area in the centre of their village, the centrepiece of which is a large “menhir” or standing stone which now bears a Welsh slate plaque commemorating the occasion. A full report on the visit will be printed in next month’s issue.

Our photograph shows from left to right: Ian Lebbon - organiser of the visit, Rhys Webb who presented the plaque on behalf of Carrog, Marcel Le Guern - Mayor of Plouyé and Marc Parayre - Chairman of the Plouyé Twinning Committee.

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