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Gillian Clarke's poem to mark Six Bells mining disaster

The national poet of Wales Gillian Clarke is to step down from her role after eight years.

She will be succeeded by Ifor ap Glyn in May.

Here Ms Clarke reads a poem she wrote to mark the 1960 mining disaster in Six Bells near Abertillery.

  • 01 Mar 2016
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