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HARPER CYMRU: Executive Committee 2023/2024

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With the 23/24 academic year about to begin, let’s meet the society’s new cohort of exec’s who’ll be stepping up to run the society for the coming year.
Ieuan Llewellyn Chairman-1023
Pictured: Ieuan Llewellyn, Harper Cymru’s new Chairman
Grace Evans Vice Chairman
Pictured: Grace Evans, Harper Cymru’s new Vice Chairman

You may remember Grace from a previous student profile in our April newsletter, which can also be found here:

Dylan Phillips Treasurer
Pictured: Dylan Phillips, Harper Cymru’s new Treasurer
Jac Williams Social Exec
Pictured: Jac Williams, one of Harper Cymru’s new Social Executives
Pictured: Lliwen Williams, Harper Cymru’s new Social Medial Executive
Osian Iorweth - Social Exec
Pictured: Osian Iorwerth, one of Harper Cymru’s new Social Executives
Pictured: Nerys Parry, Harper Cymru’s new Secretary
Harri Gwyn - Deputy Social Exec
Pictured: Harri Gwyn, Harper Cymru’s new Deputy Social Executive

The new bunch already have big plans for the society in this coming academic year!

The main fundraising event this year happens early in the academic year when 10 Harper Cymru members will be running the Cardiff Half Marathon on October the 1st. 

All proceeds raised will go to the DPJ foundation. The DPJ was the chosen charity as it was felt that the issues which DPJ aim to tackle are very relevant and current to all of the Harper Cymru society, with the majority coming from Agricultural backgrounds.

It would be greatly appreciated if you could help the society to reach the £750 target with any possible donation through the link provided below. Thank you!

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