Articles in Category : Lifestyle & Leisure

August 2020

Baywatchlist 2

The Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

With cinemas still not open at the time of going to press Emlyn has a few more film recommendations available on demand. I have watched a few of Emlyn’s picks in the past month and have broadened my horizons from

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August 2020

Going wild in Galapagos

To the ends of the world with Nick Smith

Cast adrift in the vast reaches of the Pacific Ocean, hundreds of miles west of Equador, there’s a small group of innocuous volcanic islands shrouded by equatorial fog. Welcome to the legendary Galapagos Islands, home to the most extraordinary creatures

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August 2020

A Welcome Return

Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

As the country entered lockdown, surfing was one of the forms of exercise that was advised against. It was never banned outright, but as all water sports were being heavily discouraged, the majority of Wales’ surf community did the honourable thing

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July 2020

Lockdown Learning

Hinds' Sights with Liz Hinds

Liz, has like many of us, used her time in the past few months to learn some new skills.  Things I have discovered during lockdown: I am not an artist; the Welsh language is incredibly difficult to learn and Paul

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July 2020

Pwll Du Circular

Walk of the month with Ian Bateman

Ian originally planned this walk for the April issue, so the photographs he took were decidedly wintry. In mid-June Simon and I took our 5-year old grandson on this walk to update the photographs, so what you see here is

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July 2020

The Cine Files

Film Reviews with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

Baywatchlist. It seems likely that going to the cinema isn’t going to be possible for some time, and with tv drama production halted we’re having to watch reruns and repeats. So, I asked Emlyn for his favourite films available from

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July 2020

Nursing

Family History with Charles Wilson-Watkins

At the time of writing this article, I am still stuck in Surrey, and I have been since the start of this lock-down. Research has become increasingly hard to carry out now, with libraries, archives, and other places of interest

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