1620 Llanwnda bible survived French invaders

The Llanwnda Bible has gone on display again after two years of preservation work on the 400-year-old book.

The bible was partly used as kindling for fires and even toilet paper by French soldiers in 1620, during the last attempted invasion on British soil.

Dr John Morgan-Guy, honorary research fellow at the University of Wales Trinity St David, explained more of the history.