Articles from issue : April 2021


Culinary Causerie with Lesley williams

Japanese cuisine has mostly passed me by. I have had sashimi – thinly sliced raw fish but not necessarily in a Japanese restaurant. I’ve eaten carpaccio of tuna in Portugal and Spain, so essentially the same thing. The secret being

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Auto News

With Liam Bird

 Goodwood’s 78th Members’ Meeting moves to October Goodwood can confirm that the 78th Members’ Meeting will now take place on 16-17 October 2021, moving from its originally scheduled date in May. The decision has been made following the announcement by

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Sales Strategy

Business & Career Advice with Neil Franklin

This month Neil continues with his advice on Starting a Business in 2021with possibly one of the most critical aspects of making a business successful – sales. Having the right sales strategy can make or break your startup and even

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Mumbles, Clyne Circular

Walk of the month with Ian Bateman

Ian takes us on a circular walk that will be familiar to many. With the current restrictions on how far we can stray from our homes, we are all making the most of our beautiful coastline. This walk takes in

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So you want to lose weight?

Fitness training with Nicky Holland

Expend more energy than you consume and there will be a reduction in weight. This is a simple energy balance equation. Creating a negative energy balance where you are in a calorie deficit, will cause you to lose weight. Cardiovascular

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Sweet F. A.

Family History with Charles Wilson-Watkins

This month Charles looks into the origins of the phrase ‘Sweet FA’ and some ‘murder stones’ that can be found locally. SWEET F. A., that’s grabbed your attention! We will find out the origins of this saying which is commonly

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The Arthritic Hip

With Tim Wright Gower Acupuncture

Last month I focused on how acupuncture can help with knee pain. This month I’m heading up the kinetic chain to the hip joint. Hip osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage in the hip joint gets worn away, resulting in pain

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Budget 2021

Practical Accountancy with Allchurch & Co Chartered Accountants

“It’s going to take this country – and the whole world – a long time to recover from this extraordinary economic situation. But we will recover.” Chancellor Rishi Sunak The beginning of March 2021, Rishi Sunak presented his second budget,

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BAME community and carers

Covid-19 vaccinations with Swansea Bay University Health Board

Two sisters who have been on the community frontline during ethnic (BAME) community members to get vaccinated Reem El-Sharkawi (near right)is a pharmacist for a group of Swansea GP surgeries, and Dr Lamah El-Sharkawi (far right) is a GP at

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Mutti Halloumi Stroganoff

Quick and easy recipe with Mutti tomatoes

I love halloumi cheese or as it is known in our house ‘squeaky cheese’. It is the perfect thing to have in the fridge for those days when you want to go meat-free – it is vacuum packed and usually

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The Book Department

With Dr Alyson Hitch

This month we meet the superstars of the frozen north in the form of the Arctic dog, find out what makes the humble bumble bee so special, travel the world with Pan Am’s legendary air stewardesses, and take a look

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Bay mac’s help desk

With Steve Paris

Helping you get the most out of your Mac, iPhone & iPad Q: What are the cool features of Big Sur which could tempt me to upgrade? A: That’s a vast area and would greatly depend on your specific needs, but here’s

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