Cenydd’s Island, Burry Holmes, is a thin place. Cenydd had a heritage here in 5th Century and he taught the people of West Gower about the Way of Christ. This is recorded in his memory. Rhythmic panting is by Libby.

The didj was made by didgeridoo artist and maker Joe Caudwell from driftwood washed up on the beach at the Isle of Wight. According to legend, Cenydd was washed up on Burry Holmes, a the small island where I am playing here, in a little coracle into which he was dumped because he was the illegitimate baby of a West Walean tribal chief.


~ by Fr Tim Ardouin on April 17, 2018.

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