Articles from issue : August 2019

Northern Exposure

With Liam Bird

This month Liam takes a road trip north to put the Mazda MX-5 through its paces It’s unlikely that you’ll have heard of either Edington Mains, Charterhall or Chirnside, but you may perhaps have heard of the small border town

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The Common Law Marriage Myth

With Fiona Lee - Graham Evans & Partners

We are very often contacted by people who believe that they acquire rights as a “common law spouse” after a period of cohabitation. This belief can be held even more strongly when the parties concerned share children. However, that is

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Gardening advice for the new (and not so new) gardener It’s now that time of year; you’ve worked hard for months, so the most important thing to do during August is to enjoy your garden; heady scents, glorious colours, an

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A lovely surprise

Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

With the stunning heat wave that has been baking the UK for quite some time now set to continue, it appeared that the never ending flat spell was also due to carry on for the foreseeable future . But, low

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Sexy Summer Sippers!

With Antoinette Milne

Bay is delighted to welcome Antoinette Milne on board as our wine consultant. Antoinette holds a diploma in WSET (Wine and Spirit Education Trust) and has a wealth of experience. She runs her own training company in Swansea and also

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What is Deputyship Order?

Private Law Team with Natalie Thomas - DJM Solicitors

A deputyship order gives you (usually close friend or family of the person who has lost capacity) the ability to make decisions on behalf of someone who has lost the capacity to care for and make decisions for themselves. You

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Dubrovnik – Crotia

Through the viewfinder with Liz Barry

Lapped by the glittering waters of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik’s city walls conceal stories of conquests, cultures, history and Mediterranean gastronomy. Cobbled streets with houses edged with flowers and plants, washing lines strung above narrow passageways, resident cats and countless stone

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Rockin’ Rockpools

Nature Watch with Danielle Rouse

It’s no secret that Swansea and Gower are absolutely amazing places to go rock-pooling. It was something we always did as a family when I was growing up and still brings me absolute joy even now. It’s fascinating what you

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Blinded by the light

The Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

Inspired by the life of journalist Sarfraz Manzoor, Blinded by the Light tells the story of Javed, a young British-Pakistani boy growing up in – and understandably hating life in – Luton, under the thumb of his domineering, traditional father

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Why do we give up?

Fitness Training with Nicky Holland

Have you ever said you are going to do something but not stuck at it or seen it through? Maybe you planned to give up smoking, bought an e-cigarette but you saw an old friend who offered you a real

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Swansea Market

With Charles Wilson-Watkins

Swansea Market is today the largest indoor market in Wales. Situated on Oxford Street, it has been in this location for almost 200 years. Designed by Joseph Hall and built by John Thomas it was opened on 25th September 1830

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Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams

Welcome Inn I have often driven along Llangyfelach Road on my way to Morriston Hospital and passed the unprepossessing signage of the Welcome Inn. I don’t know what made me turn up the long driveway – curiosity probably – but

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