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July 2018

Snippets for July 2018

Our monthly look at events and happenings plus other interesting bits and bobs

MARKET AT THE MILL FOOD AND DRINK The first market will be held on Thursday 12 July at the Heritage Centre, Parkmill SA3 2EH. This is the first of a new initiative to create a social occasion based on Gower’s

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July 2018

Dig it

Gardening advice for the NEW (and not so new) gardener with Fulke Andel

After moaning about the early spring weather and the beast from the east, what a delight we experienced during May and early June. My garden has gone from the depths of dormancy to full flower in such a short period

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July 2018

Adrift

The Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

This is the sort of film that nightmares are made of, but if Emlyn is right, it is a worth-while watch. Another “based on a true story” film, Adrift continues director Baltasar Kormakur’s apparent penchant for put-ting horrifying natural disasters

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July 2018

Masters of Darkness

Bay Bugs with Dr Isabella Brey

The family Erebidae (from ‘Erebus’ – the god of darkness in ancient Greek mythology) is the largest and one of the most diverse moth families in the world. Almost 90 species of erebid moths are found in Britain, among which

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July 2018

JIM CLARK’S ‘2 VEV’ TO BE AUCTIONED AT GOODWOOD FOS One of the most celebrated and storied British racing cars of all time is set to be the main attraction of the Bonhams Festival of Speed sale at Goodwood on

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July 2018

Interstitium & The Triple Burner

Decoding the Mystique of Chinese Medicine with Tim Wright, Gower Acupuncture-Swansea

As a clinician who practices an ancient medicine with modern sensibilities, the Triple Burner always made me cringe. Chinese medicine prioritises 12 major organs as vital for functioning of health. These organs include the heart, lungs, gall bladder, kidneys, all

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July 2018

Family History

With Charles Wilson-Watkins

WOMEN AND WAR International Nursing Day was mark-ed on 12 May. It’s a day celebrated around the world to mark the contributions that nurses make to society. 12 May is the day that Florence Nightingale (left) was born, she’s remembered

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July 2018

When love breaks down

Family Law with Sally Goldstone

Saturday 19th May 2018 was a very special day – my mother’s 90th birthday and the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. All birthday celebrations were timetabled so that my mother (well, all of us) could watch the

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July 2018

What is IR35?

Get more out of yur accountant with Allchurch & Co

IR35 is tax legislation that is designed to combat tax avoidance by workers supplying their services to clients via an intermediary, such as a limited company, but who would be an employee if the intermediary was not used. Introduced in

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July 2018

The Written World

With Sarla Langdon

Flights by Olga Tokarczuk Translated from the Polish by Jennifer Croft (Fitzcarraldo  Editions £12.99) The winner of the 2018 Booker International award has been announced. It is the Polish submission Flights by Olga Tokarczuk which begins with the narration of

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