Articles from issue : August 2020

Still Summer in Swansea (Part II)

Wine recommendations with Antoinette Milne

We’ve got some delicious summer sampler suggestions for you this month! It’s always exciting to discover new wines that really move you. We’re kicking off with a refreshing Cremant Rose from the Loire that will sharpen you up, next on

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With Liam Bird

ASTON MARTIN CELEBRATES MILESTONE MOMENT AS FIRST DBX DRIVES OFF THE PRODUCTION LINE 9 July 2020, St Athan, Wales: Just over four years since Aston Martin announced its investment in a brand new manufacturing facility at St Athan in Wales,

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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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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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Residential Property – What’s New?

Legal Matters with Jane Davies-Hannen - Graham Evans & Partners

It’s hard to believe that our lives could have been so changed in peace time as they were in lockdown. As we emerge, albeit gingerly, the restrictions are being lifted. At the time of writing, house moves are now permitted

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Three Cliffs Circular

With Ian Bateman

This month Ian Bateman takes us on a route that will be familiar to many. It is a hilly walk but with some spectacular views as a reward for your efforts. There are a couple of places to get refreshments

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The importance of sleep

Allergies with Claudia Jones - Gower Allergy Clinic

Claudia of The Gower Allergy Clinic introduces the Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique. With over 25 years in the medical field Claudia is also a fully qualified nurse. Sleep is vital for a strong Immune System, NAET: support for babies and

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Lockdown fatigue

Hinds' Sights with Liz Hinds

This month Liz ponders on life after lockdown, and her fantasies of being a pirate or a cowboy. In the course of one dog walk Husband managed to compare me to both a pot-bellied pig and a smelly old woman.

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