Articles

July 2021

Bits & Bobs

Snippets July 2021

Bay received the following letter from regular reader Denise Pearce. She asked that we publish it so that she could express her thanks to everyone who made her so welcome in Swansea. Leaving Langland  June 2021 Swansea Bay As a

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July 2021

Commercial Awareness

business & career advice with Neil Franklin

Having the courage to start a business in the first place, is a huge step to take in your life, as I have talked about in a previous article, but actually operating the business when you have taken that step,

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July 2021

The many sides of headache

Gower acupuncture with Tim Wright

Acupuncture has a great track record for headache treatment. NICE recommend it for treating both tension type headache and migraine. There are plenty more headache types beyond these two though… Tension Type Headache: Frequently the causes are either emotional and

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July 2021

48 hours

Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

This month’s surf story proves what consummate professionals Chris Guts Griffiths and his pal photographer Paul Gill are. Their dedication is very much appreciated here in bay HQ and we hope that you too enjoy the fruits of their labours.

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July 2021

Claire-Julia Hill was born in France and is a 23-year old graduate from the Cambridge University School of Architecture and Art History. She’s a local landscape artist and produces paintings from a little converted studio-shed in her garden. Throughout school, Claire was a permanent resident

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July 2021

Equity Release

With Graham Evans & Partners

We have recently welcomed a new experienced solicitor to our property team at Graham Evans and Partners – Stephanie Kift-Harries. Stephanie has Experience dealing with Equity Release matters and can provide helpful advice on the documentation to assist in deciding

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July 2021

No garden? No excuses…

Therapeutic gardening with Sophie Lacey - Good Thymes Gardening

This month Sophie gets us all into gardening – even if we don’t have a garden Earlier in the year, before the greenhouse was warm enough, Mr GTG was getting increasingly frustrated with the not-so-stealthy plant take-over in the dining

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June 2021

Letting go

Hinds' Sights with Liz Hinds

Liz doesn’t like giving up – not even on a jigsaw puzzle, but sometimes it is easier to let something go than put yourself through unnecessary stress. ‘I can’t do it!’ I sniff as the tears slowly roll down my

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June 2021

Why you are not what you eat

Functional nutrition with Carmen Gresa-Alemany - Functional Nutrition Therapist

Many times during consultation, I have had this sentence said back to me: “You are what you eat, right?”. We all have our reasons to improve our diet; poor health, weight management, digestive issues, inflammation, diabetes, and many others plus

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