Some of our volunteers from past and present recollect fond memories.
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Every Sunday evening, Arwyn Davies and friends would wander the wards and collect requests.
"It was an interesting period as nearly every ward had links. This meant we could take a microphone to the side of every bed and chat with patients and ask about their favourite records. We had a lot of fun - Cables everywhere! It would be impossible to do anything similar these days due to strict health and safety rules.
I loved visiting the childrens ward every Christmas morning and asking the children about their presents. I learnt a lot and learnt how to think on my feet.
One answer sticks with me, the Late D. H. Culpitt - The bard from Cefneithin asking to hear "Hogiau'r Wyddfa - Safwn yn y bwlch." (Stand in the gap) I asked why, and the answer I got was: "If more of us stood in the gap, there'd be less of a draft in Wales today!"