Articles

October 2019

Accounting Reminders

With Allchurch & Co - Chartered Accountants, Swansea

Registering for Self Assessment As the 5 October 2019 approaches its important to tell HMRC if you need to complete a Self Assessment. We advise not leaving it until the last minute to ensure you have plenty of time to

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October 2019

The Day Shall Come

Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

Emlyn’s film choice for October will have us laughing uneasily as we realise that in a world of conspiracy theories and fake news, this film is based wholly on truth. It’s been nine long years since Chris Morris released Four

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October 2019

Family History

With Charles Wilson-Watkins

This article, which I hope will tickle your taste buds, covers Italian food and takeaways. Buon Appetito Italian cuisine is quite common in our kitchens, but before we discover how pizza ended up on our tables, we will look at

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October 2019

October Snippets

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

SWANSEA – SALUTE TO A CITY SEATOWN SAVIOURS! As Swansea’s celebrations of 50 years as a city continue the latest compilation of pictures from David Roberts brings a real nostalgic flavour to the party. Swansea – Salute to a city,

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October 2019

Lucky Black Cats

With Swansea Cats Protection

With Hallowe’en approaching, what other topic could we cover this month but beautiful black cats? Superstition surrounds black cats and it depends what you read, which country or culture you look at and of course, what you believe as to

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September 2019

Auto News

With Liam Bird

THE MISSING LINK – MULLINER COMPLETELY RE-CREATES PIVOTAL 1939 BENTLEY CORNICHE Bentley has re-created a long-lost car from its illustrious past that provides a crucial link in the history of its most important models. The ground-up rebuild of the only

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September 2019

Dig it

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

My ambitions of winning a prize at the local Garden & Produce Show were thwarted by the heavy rain and high winds of August. My sweet peas and dahlias were bedraggled and the French beans had started to rot. Never

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September 2019

Mixed Bag

Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

With autumn closing in, it’s time to reflect on the summer that was. To be fair, it’s been a pretty stellar one as far as surf goes with a minimum of flat spells. There’s been lots of fun, small days,

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