Articles in Category : Lifestyle & Leisure

Winter 2017

Christmas Lingerie

with Chantele Cross-Jones

I think we can officially say it’s nearly Christmas so it is perfectly acceptable to talk about gift shopping and presents. I am one of those sickening people who have probably finished their shopping by the time this goes to

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Winter 2017

Santa

with Lesley Williams

Throughout 2017 Bay’s front covers have featured one of our many contributors, each illustrated by our in-house designer/illustrator Simon Williams. This month we have chosen to feature a gentleman who is loved by children and adults around the world. Santa

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Winter 2017

Fan Gyhirych

Walk of the Month with Ian Bateman

IAN’S WALK FOR THIS ISSUE IS THE PERFECT ANTIDOTE TO AN OVERDOSE OF MINCE PIES. IT HAS SOME GREAT VIEWS – JUST REMEMBER TO WEAR STURDY FOOTWEAR My favourite time to go walking is undoubtedly early morning. Ideally when it’s

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Winter 2017

We need your support

Swansea University shortlisted in Santander Cycles University Challenge

How convenient would it be to be able to pick up a bike at Singleton and ride to the marina and park up, without having to actually own a bike? Well hopefully that’s exactly what we’ll be able to do

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Winter 2017

Introducing Benson Ferrari

Headmaster, St. Michael's School, Llanelli

BENSON FERRARI (pictured right) is Headmaster of St. Michael’s School in Llanelli, here he answers some often asked questions: What is distinctive about the school? An unusually strong sense of community – what this really means is that everyone shows

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Winter 2017

Heroes in a Half Shell

with Richard Hammond

PHOTOGRAPHER RICHARD HAMMOND AND HIS WIFE CERI JOURNEYED TO THE GREEK ISLAND OF KEFALONIA IN AUGUST WHERE THEY WITNESSED THE HATCHING OF THE LOGGERHEAD TURTLES. HE SHARES HIS EXPERIENCE HERE… It’s been a long hot day on our Greek holiday,

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Winter 2017

Loving and losing

with Liz Hinds

Liz has a very pertinent article for us this month. Losing or misplacing your glasses/phone/keys is one thing, but losing someone close to you, other than through death is so unnecessary; maybe with Christmas fast approaching we should reach out

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