Here are the results of our latest newsletter competition…
Last week, we had three copies of the new paperback edition of Pamela Petro’s The Long Field to give away, courtesy of Little Toller. We asked:
‘In Wales, most houses have names rather than numbers.’ writes Pamela Petro in The Long Field. ‘Moel-y-Llyn means ‘Bare Hill by the Lake’. Penbryn means ‘Hilltop’. Glasgoed is Welsh for ‘Green Woods’…’
But what is the translated meaning of the house name ‘Glan-y-mor’ ?
And the answer is: ‘By the sea’. The winners are Alan Knight, Carol Richardson and Frances Rowe. Your books should be with you soon!
Thanks for all the entries. To be in with the chance of winning our next prize — a copy of Victoria Bennett’s All My Wild Mothers: Motherhood, loss and an apothecary garden, along with an A3 print of Adam Clarke’s dandelion illustration from the book — make sure you’re signed up to our mailing list. The sign-up box can be found on the right hand side of this page.