Articles in Category : Home & Garden

April 2019

Dig it

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

The weather during April can be variable, so keep an eye on the weather forecast and be prepared to nip outside to cover delicate plants, if frost is mentioned. Just a sheet of newspaper can suffice as protection – as

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April 2019

Holidaying Hirundines

Nature Watch with Danielle Rouse

Hirundines are a group of birds found in every continent including occasionally Antarctica! This group ‘Hirundinidae’ consists of around 90 species of swallows, martins and saw-wings; we typically see swallows and martins migrating from their warmer winter climates to breed

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Default Article Image March 2019

Simple Ways to Make Your Garden Ready For Spring

With the colder months of the year almost over, and spring on the horizon, now is the perfect time to make those necessary changes to your garden. This means that when the warmer weather comes, you will be able to enjoy your garden straightway. So without further ado, here are a few things you can do to make your garden beautiful for spring:

      Build your very own bean house What’s a spring garden without a bean house? Country Living notes they are perfect for a spring garden as they’re easy to grow, require little to no maintenance, high-yielding, and they

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March 2019

The House Mouse

Pest of the month with Mark Millar Swansea Pest Control

At Swansea Pest Control you will receive a polite and professional service from initial contact, during a treatment and after the treatment has finished.  As our customer you will receive a FULL WRITTEN REPORT AND COSHH* SHEET with every visit to your property. We carry out a

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March 2019

Dig it

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

The day’s length is noticeably increasing, so much so that plants are keen to get going, but the temperature of the ground must be right for success. March is said to arrive roaring like a lion and leave like a

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March 2019

Animal Magic

at Woodfield Animal Sanctuary

Woodfield Animal Sanctuary, located in Welshmoor, North Gower…a haven for rescued animals Robbie Bartington, spent many years as a child in Swansea, and with her husband David, decided to retire to Gower six years ago. They bought a small-holding with

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February 2019

Winter Garden Birds

Wildlife watch with Danielle Rouse

Bay is delighted to welcome Danielle Rouse on board as our resident ornithologist in 2019. Dan is a passionate conservationist, with a keen interest in ornithology. She lives on the South Wales coast where she spends much time observing the

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February 2019

Dig it

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

This monthly article is mainly designed for those new to gardening who are looking to enjoy the fruits of their labours on their dinner plate. For experienced gardeners, it will act more as an aide memoire as to what needs

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February 2019

Rats!

With Mark Millar - Swansea Pest Control

Mark from SWANSEA PEST CONTROL provides Bay readers with help and advice on pest problems. This month it’s…RATS. At Swansea Pest Control you will receive a polite and professional service from initial contact, during a treatment and after the treatment has finished. As our customer you

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Winter 2018

A Grand Exhibition

The Art Scene with Mark Rees

There have been some fantastic exhibitions at Swansea Grand Theatre this year. Most recently it was Habitats, in which some fascinating works by Sir Frank Brangwyn standing side-by-side with more contemporary works inspired by the Anglo-Welsh artist’s The British Empire

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