Cinio Haf 2017

Our first Cinio Haf was held in the characterful ‘Pembroke Lodge’, Richmond Park. We would like to thank everyone who contributed in any way to the success of the evening, in particular to our special guests who entertained us wonderfully.


Gold Sponsors
Specific Item Sponsors
  • Flowers:
    • Grant and Mari Howell
    • Eleanor and Mike Delaney
  • Printing    Richard Baker
The Auction

Skillfully led by John Davies, Investment Director at Sellar Property, the live auction raised in excess of £6,000 towards the London Welsh School.

Donations or items for our auction were kindly donated by:

Special Guests

The brief introductions to our guests below have not been updated since the event.

Osian Roberts

Osian Roberts is assistant manager of the Welsh national football team. Osian combines his job as Chris Coleman’s number two with the role of technical director at the Football Association of Wales. He also runs coaching courses, which attract some of the biggest names in the game, including Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry, to Wales as well as looking after the Wales Under-16 and Under-15 sides.

Sean Fletcher

Sean Fletcher is an American-British journalist, newsreader and radio broadcaster. He is best known for his work on BBC One's Country File, ITV's Good Morning Britain and as a reporter on many major sporting events, including the Olympics and Euro 2016. He is a  fluent Welsh speaker and a former parent at the school.

Glain Dafydd

Glain Dafydd is currently studying a MA postgrad course at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Karen Vaughn, having completed her studies at the École Normale de Musique de Paris. She was invited to play at the British Embassy in Paris, and at the Cathedral in St Asaph when Prince Charles visited to celebrate the inauguration of Llanelwy as a City. Glain came second at the Moscow International Harp Competition (Junior Category).

Sioned Wiliam

Sioned Wiliam, former controller of comedy for ITV, she became the commissioning editor of comedy for BBC Radio 4 in March 2015. Sioned is a former parent at The London Welsh School and currently sits on the school’s Board. She has also found time to write two Welsh language novels, both of which have been published.