Articles

May 2021

Stay safe in the sun

With the Bay Cluster Network

Even though our summer may look slightly different this year with more people planning staycations, sunburn can still happen in the U.K. Sunburn can significantly increase your risk of skin cancer. Getting the balance of getting your vitamin D from

Read More
May 2021

The Book Department

Bay books with Dr Alyson Hitch

This month we go to one of the most remote places on Earth with photographer Colin Prior, find out what all those unused keyboard symbols actually mean, take a trip down memory lane with some vintage advertising, and discover a

Read More
May 2021

Acupuncture for chronic pain

With Tim Wright - Gower Acupuncture

On 7th April NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) recommended acupuncture as treatment for chronic pain, (https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng193/chapter/Recommendations).A blanket recommendation for primary and secondary chronic pain is a rare but welcome endorsement from the medical establishment. Previously NICE has

Read More
May 2021

Quick and easy recipe

With Chef Christos

We are delighted to welcome private chef Christos Georgakis on board this month. Christos will be introducing us to authentic Greek dishes as well recipes from other cuisines in future issues. Christos is a highly experienced chef who in 2008

Read More
May 2021

Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams

Restaurants and cafes will begin to re-open their doors to customers this month, so our restaurant recommendations and reviews will be back next month. Until then here are a couple of books that you might find interesting – they are

Read More
April 2021

Tree Circles

Reader Appeal with Lesley Williams

I was contacted last month by readers Mr & Mrs Evans of Tycoch who wanted to know if I had any knowledge of the tree circles planted in the grounds of Sketty School. I went to the original Sketty School

Read More
April 2021

Tubular Swells

Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

Tube riding is considered the ultimate manoeuvre in surfing. This is where a surfer positions himself behind the heavy pitching lip of a breaking wave and actually rides inside the space created behind it. Unfortunately, due to the large continental

Read More