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Wasps 28 Cardiff 24

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Cardiff 26 Bourgoin 6

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THEATRE: Hafod Ely Hospital, Cardiff

According to the notes written to accompany this performance, Thomas Johnes was an 18th-century Welsh landowner - perhaps an equivalent to Wiltshire's William Beckford or Norfolk's Thomas Coke - who attempted to transform his Cardiganshire estate, Hafod, into a picturesque utopia. His daughter, Marianne, grew up there and became a gifted naturalist before falling ill with a wasting disease, while Johnes himself was eventually bankrupted by the enterprise. In 1807, Hafod was destroyed by a fire. Marianne died in 1811, followed by Johnes himself in 1813.

Letter: Quick dap

Sir: "Dap" can also refer to the speed at which a person or object travels - "He went at a good dap". I have never heard it used of dropping crockery, which does not mean that R Pugh (letter, 18 March) is wrong, but I never use "drop" in that context. The correct word is "fall", as in "You mind you don't fall our Mam's best cup when you do do (sic) the dishes." The dialects of South Wales vary greatly over even very short distances.

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