Articles

September 2020

Stop being a candidate

Business and career advice with Neil franklin

The word “recession” has reared its ugly head again, unemployment rates are set to soar, and we are heading for the next phase of global uncertainty, which is not surprising, since this global pandemic was only going to have one

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September 2020

Autumn is approaching

Wine recommendations with Antoinette Milne

We’re turning our attention to supermarkets this month. Supermarkets are responsible for selling vast quantities of branded wine at seemingly reasonable price points. These branded wines can be consistent, accessible and of good to outstanding quality. Supermarkets have ventured into

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September 2020

Everyday Esthers

Hinds' Sights with Liz hinds

This month Liz Hinds gets unusually frustrated and angry – and rather wet. It was a sunny morning, the weatherman said it wasn’t going to rain, and so, ‘Let’s go and see the sunflowers at Rhossili!’ I said. That was

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September 2020

An Appeal

by the Pettifor Trust

Despite signs in the window asking people not to leave bags outside their Sketty and Killay shops, the volunteers at the Pettifor Trust are greeted every morning with an average of 30 bags – that is 60 in total. Although the

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September 2020

Bunions

With Bay Cluster Network

There are many problems that can affect our feet. Some problems can arise from the foot itself for example an injury or others can occur in the bone, joint, muscle, tendon or ligament of the foot. A bunion (hallux valgus)

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