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pennal

(ˈpɛnəl; pəˈnɑːl)
n
(Education) archaic a first-year student of a German Protestant university
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Ffederasiwn Ysgol Dyffryn Dulas Corris ac Ysgol Pennal ?
He also donated money towards a bronze sculpture of Owain Glyndwr which was unveiled at Pennal Church, near Machynlleth, in 2004.
STOCKTON TOWN: Arthur, Garbutt, Ward, Cossavella, Nicholson, Coulthard, Hayes, Woodhouse, Coleman, Owens, Risbrough Subs: Mulligan, Carter, Dunwell, Wilson, Stockton NEWTON AYCLIFFE: Winter, Brown, Weldon, Trotter, Mitton, Grant-Soulsby, Costello, Hutchinson (Pennal), Charmey (Browne), Matthews Subs: Harrison, Tarling, McLaren
Peacefully at his home, Gelli Graean, Pennal, (former Headmaster of King Henry VIII School, Coventry) aged 86 years.
The visit was held last Friday at Marchlyn, Pennal, near Machynlleth and was hosted by FUW members Sion Evans and his parents Hywel and Ceinwen Evans.
Guisborough are just above the Mechanics but managed to consolidate the early two-goal lead they built up through Matty Pennal and Anthony Hulme.
Goals from Harrison Davies and Matty Pennal gave the Ancients a 2-0 victory at home to Seaham Red Star.
The man who is the focus of this article is a gentleman of great character called Sam Evans, but everyone knows him as Sam Pennal because Pennal is the Welsh village that he comes from.
Police evacuated residents from the village of Pennal, near Machynlleth, Powys, following a breach in the dam of a quarry.
North Wales Police evacuated residents from the village of Pennal, near Machynlleth, Powys, following a slight breach in the dam of a local reservoir which caused a small amount of water to escape.
North Wales Police evacuated residents from the village of Pennal, near Machynlleth, Powys, after a slight breach in the dam of a local reservoir which caused a small amount of water to escape.