Articles from issue : August 2017

Everything is Pixelated

With Steve Paris - MAC, iPHONE, & iPAD news, tips & tricks

The column that focuses on providing help, top advice and news about your Apple devices, namely Macs, iPhones and iPads. Please send any questions to Steve via the contact details at the end of this article Q: My iPhone is

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The NEW Generation of ACCOUNTANTS

Editor's Choice with Lesley Williams

Last month I wrote about Eleanor Davies of Elle Electrical being an electrician in a thousand because she was female. So I was pleasantly surprised to learn that approximately 45% of Chartered Accountants are women. I caught up with CARLY

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Gower Show Centenary

With Charles Wilson-Watkins

CHARLES WILSON WATKINS has been doing a bit of digging on Gower farming, to tie in with the 100th Gower Show. Bay magazine will be there again this year – pop along to our stand and say hello if you’re

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Auto News

With Liam Bird

Festival of Speed Photos by Rebecca Thomas. AS THIS IS THE MONTH THAT SITS BETWEEN WHAT IN MY HUMBLE OPINION ARE THE TWO GREATEST EVENTS OF THE MOTORING CALENDAR, A SPECIAL AUTO NEWS FOR AUGUST SEEMED WHOLLY APPROPRIATE This month

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Race the Train

With Simon Fry

DO THE LOCOMOTION! SIMON FRY PREVIEWS AN EXTRAORDINARY EVENT Once a year the historic town of Tywyn, Gwynedd (inhabitants 3,264) has its population swell when up to 1,800 runners and their familial support teams arrive for a race with a

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Hard as Nails

Branching Out with Dr Isabella Brey

With wood that blunts chainsaws faster than that of any other tree, the ability to thrive even in heavy shade and immense powers of regeneration, the hornbeam used to be an important part of our lives for centuries, yet nowadays

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Letter to the Editor

Advertiser recommendations

Hi Lesley I read Bay every month and have seen your recommendations in your Editor’s Choice. I thought I’d get in touch to recommend a couple of local businesses that have helped me recently. I have an iPhone and wanted

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THIS MONTH LIZ TAKES A SIDEWAYS LOOK AT LIFE AND WONDERS WHY WE SOMETIMES QUESTION OUR CONFIDENCE AND SELF ESTEEM – USUALLY IN THE DARKEST HOUR My granddaughter looked at my hair. ‘Have you had it cut?’ she asked. ‘Yes,’

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Enjoyable Summer Reads

The Written World with Sarla Langdon

The Unaccompanied by Simon Armitage (Faber & Faber £14.99) How pleasant it is to settle down with a small bag of M&Ms and a fresh new volume of verse — especially when the poet is Simon Armitage and the volume

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