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Before Eira was born, Sion was busy filming a new six-part series about the Rhondda which will be broadcast on S4C in January.
Eira Thomas looks through a glass case at rough diamonds.
Eira said Alexander had been having treatment since he was struck down by a brain tumour at the age of five.
Margaret was in Liverpool a few weeks ago and mentioned Eira.
Rosie Skilbeck (116-37-79) topped the Copper Division from Liz Jones (117-32-85) and Eira Hunt and Pauline Hayes qualified to go through to the Chris Lees Medal Final.
But though Eira is an ordinary mum - a widow who was manageress of a hotel before she retired - her son is no ordinary bridegroom.
Therefore, more research is necessary to affirm Sylvilagus brasiliensis as accidental item food in diet of Eira barbara.
Pluen Eira Tuesday 25 December With Christmas fast approaching, perhaps spending a bit more time with the family will help Frank to settle?
Eira started martial arts at a young age as a result of childhood bullying and she's now passing on her story of overcoming adversity through a unique urban survival toolkit.
MY wife, Mrs Eira Jones of Pentyrch, suffered a stroke in May this year and was admitted to accident and emergency at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital.
Eira said: "I always liked singing and dancing - especially the charleston.
SHE may be a pint-sized businesswoman by day but karate expert Eira Culverwell has certainly proved she can take on the big guys.
THE SPICE IS RIGHT FOR A VALENTINE'S MEAL THAT WILL REALLY FIRE UP ANY ROMANCE OYSTERS and champagne are often associated with St Valentine's day, but for a much more simple - and less pricey - meal to put your other half in the mood for a little loving go Latin American, says Eira Roche, catering consultant at Machynlleth's Centre for Alternative Technology.