Llandysul harp heads for Warsaw



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An 11-year-old Polish girl has won a Llandysul-made harp after she won the Wales International Harp Festival.

The harp, donated by the Prince of Wales and made by Telynau Teifi harpmakers, will now return to Warsaw with Marcelina Dabek.

Marcelina, who astonished judges with her talent, has had to practice in the evenings on her school harp.

Telynau Teifi are in the process of sending the harp to the Barbican centre in London, where it will transported to Poland for her to play and enjoy.

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