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Ann Griffiths moved in less radical circles politically, but the war with France deeply concerned her and, after joining the Calvinistic Methodists, she would regularly attend the prayer meetings held on Wednesday mornings specifically to pray about the war.Ann’s hymns have long been regarded as one of the highlights of Welsh literature, and since the mid-nineteenth century she herself has become a prominent icon in Welsh-speaking Wales. She has been the subject of novels, dramas, films and numerous poems.Latterly, through the efforts of Canon Allchin and others, she is becoming increasingly well-known to students of hymnology and spirituality outside Wales – not least following the inclusion of an English translation of one of her hymns in the service of enthronement of Dr Rowan Williams as Archbishop of Canterbury in February 2003.In October 1804 she married a young man of the same age from the next parish, Thomas Griffiths – and that is why she is known as ‘Ann Griffiths’, despite the fact that it was as ‘Nansi Thomas’ that she would have been known by all and sundry for most of her life.On their marriage, Thomas came to join Ann and her brother at Dolwar Fach.Phone: 01654 702794 Newtown Newtown Youth Centre, Plantation Lane, Newtown, SY19 1LH. Welshpool Welshpool Youth Centre, Howell Drive, Welshpool, SY21 7AT. Brecon Brecon Youth Centre, Cradoc Road, Brecon, Powys LD3 9LG. Builth Wells Builth Youth Club, Riverside Community Centre, Castle Street, Builth Wells, LD2 3BN. Crickhowell Crickhowell Youth Centre, New Road, Crickhowell NP8 1AY. Hay on Wye Hay on Wye Youth & Community Centre, Oxford Road, Hay on Wye, HR3 5BT. Llandrindod Llandrindod Youth Centre, Cadwallader Way, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 6BJ.
‘One of the best guarded secrets of the Island of Britain’ is how a leading authority on Christian spirituality, Canon A. Allchin, once described the hymns of Ann Griffiths, a tenant farmer’s daughter from mid-Wales who died in relative obscurity in 1805, aged 29, leaving just over 70 stanzas in the Welsh language which contain some of the great Christian poetry of Europe.
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As Dr Enid Roberts has emphasised, Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa was not as remote as one might imagine in Ann’s day.
By that time coaches which ran regularly along routes from London to Holyhead, from Chester to Cardiff, from Shrewsbury to Bala and from Chester to Aberystwyth, all passed within fairly close proximity to Ann’s home.
One of the keenest supporters of the French Revolution and its radical principles was William Jones (1726–95), who lived in Llangadfan, in fairly close proximity to Ann Griffiths.