Owen Glendower

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Noun1.Owen Glendower - Welsh chieftain who led a revolt against Henry IV's rule in Wales (1359-1416)Owen Glendower - Welsh chieftain who led a revolt against Henry IV's rule in Wales (1359-1416)
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An exclusive opportunity to see the elite Colliers' Park football training facility is among the experiences on offer at Wrexham Glyndwr University's next open day.
A RETURN to education has paid off for a woman whose studies at Wrexham Glyndwr University are to lead her to her dream career in teaching.
But the amazing and bizarre story of Glyndwr Michael comes straight from the pages of history rather than from any espionage novel.
IT'S been an exciting couple of months for me after formally being installed as Wrexham Glyndwr University's Chancellor in February.
WELSH freedom fighter Owain Glyndwr was referred to by Cuban leader Fidel Castro as "the world's first guerilla leader" and playwright William Shakespeare recalled him as being "not in the roll of common men".
Technium OpTIC site talks continue with government A BID by Glyndwr University to take over Technium OpTIC at no cost was rejected by the Welsh Government.
At the Battle of Pilleth, fought on the hillside behind the church, Owain Glyndwr, Prince of Wales, vanquished and captured the English Edmund Mortimer.
Owain Glyndwr wrote the letter to French King Charles VI in 1406 asking for a military alliance against English monarch Henry IV.
Significantly, the Welsh turned to Owain Glyndwr, the redeemer hero of this book and the great symbol of Welsh resistance.
The National Library of Wales is trying to trace a watercolour, painted in the early 1900s, depicting Owain Glyndwr on horseback leading his soldiers to battle.
HOW Glyndwr went from homeless man to war hero: 1942 A pair of high-ranking soldiers devise a plan to "plant" a body carrying false documents to trick the Nazis over the Allied plans in the Mediterranean.
The programmes will be delivered on campus in both North and South Wales after Wrexham Glyndwr University and NPTC Group of Colleges were awarded funding under the new degree apprenticeship pilot programme for Wales.