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  • But Delyth Richards , head of research at Kleinwort Benson, points out there are a host of potential pitfalls.

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  • Local Community Councillor Delyth Jones is one of many local supporters campaigning to keep the Post Office open.

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  • The William Salesbury Society has the most detailed plan by a long chalk, namely an updated version of an earlier scheme drawn up by Einir Young and Delyth Morris.

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  • I used to agree with her about most things, but it Delyth and I who were mostly involved in the disagreement on this issue.

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  • I think Delyth probably agreed with your reservations at the time, but prefered to keep her powder dry!

    Second Homes in Wales.

  • Delyth, an animal welfare officer at Anglesey council, gave birth to tiny Wiliam but was too poorly to be transferred from Ysbyty Gwynedd to Ysbyty Maelor in Wrexham with him.

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  • Delyth said: I had only been home to Llannerchymedd for three hours in all that time so it was lovely to get him home.

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  • Delyth is hoping to hold fundraising events for the two hospital's special care baby units to thank staff for their efforts in helping Wiliam battle against the odds.

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  • Delyth Parry, Barclays business agricultural manager, said, This is a great example of someone using a wealth of personal experience to spot a business opportunity.

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  • Delyth, who lives with Wiliam and his dad, 27-year-old Iwan, finally got to take their little boy home on June 25, a month after his original due date and, by then, aged six months and weighing 9lb 4oz.

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