When Fferm Ffactor returns in the autumn, there will be a new presenter at the helm: Ifan Jones Evans, the radio and TV presenter from Ceredigion.Read more
Gwenno Pugh is the winner of Fferm Ffactor 2013 - the first female winner in the show’s history.Read more
It’s important for me that I have fun when doing something but at this stage of the competition winning would mean everything to me. I have to keep going now and if I win Fferm Ffactor then it will mean 'happy days'!
I’m so pleased to have come this far but now I have to win! I’m the first woman to reach the final and I will become the first woman to win Fferm Ffactor too.
Recently in the competition I feel I haven’t done as well as I should but now I’m going to show what I’m made of. There’s no point going for second or third place now; you just have to go for the win.
The judges had expected better from me in the sheep dog trial task.
I had so much fun. I've made loads of new friends.
I am very disappointed. I got far in the competition, but not far enough.
I was aware that my weaknesses would be anything to do with sheep
The tasks at the begining of the series weren’t what I was expecting.
I'm very disappointed but I tried my best.
I enjoyed all the tasks apart from the questions in Y Gadair (The Chair).