Articles from issue : June 2018

Have you set up an LPA?

Family peace of mind with Wayne Dyer - Compass Will Writers

If not it could cost your family thousands If you don’t set up a LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY (LPA) you’re leaving the management of your financial and health affairs to chance. According to new research from Compass Will Writers, 84%

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Tanzania – from highlands to islands

To the ends of the earth....with Nick Smith

From the wilderness of the Ngorongoro Crater to the desert islands of the Indian Ocean, Tanzania is one of those off-the-beaten-track destinations where you can guarantee to have the place pretty much to yourself. Getting so far off-grid isn’t always

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Sun Protection

With Bay Cluster Network

Dr Lamah El-Sharkawi is a GP in Uplands and Mumbles Surgery and her sister Reem El-Sharkawi is a GP Pharmacist, both are part of Bay Cluster Network. This month they look at sun protection… Whether you’re planning your luxury holiday

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The Truth about Nicotine…

Fix my spine with Iona Collins

As a spinal surgeon, I often treat people who take nicotine in various different ways, from smoking to vaping, chewing it and wearing patches. So, here’s an article about nicotine, from its origin as a nature’s pesticide, to being a

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WIN a case of beer!

With Tomos Watkin

Bay is delighted to have teamed up with Tomos Watkin Brewery to bring you an exciting competition to WIN 4 cases of beer (32 bottles in total) PLUS a branded pint glass – total value approx. £50! The Great Ales

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June Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams

Three Award Winners Last month saw three local restaurants receiving recognition for being the best in Wales. Firstly Gigi Gao’s Favourite Authentic Chinese Restaurant was voted the best Oriental restaurant in Wales in the Golden Chopsticks Awards. It came as

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We have four brilliant events this year to commemorate the centenary of the armistice at the end of the First World War. Our first concert with local star soprano, Elin Manahan Thomas, draws a portrait of Morfydd Llwyn Owen, a

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On Chesil Beach

The Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

Emlyn’s film choice for June is set on the Jurassic coast line of Dorset, but this isn’t a dinosaur film, it’s a story of a marriage that fails before it even gets started. We’re well into summer movie season now,

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The sweet sound of Wales

CD review with Nick Smith

Swansea fiddle-and-harp folk duo Delyth and Angharad – sometimes known affectionately as DnA – are just about to release their second album Llinyn Arian. And it’s a cracker, a milestone in Welsh folk music, says Nick Smith… We’ve probably all

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A fresh approach to divorce and separation

With Fiona Lee - Graham Evans & Partners. Head of Family and Private Client

When people come in to see me one of their main concerns is what is to become of them personally, practically and financially. In addition to the burden of dealing with the turbulence of the significant change to their lives

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22nd Annual Village Open Gardens

With the Llanmadoc & Cheriton Gardeners

Sunday 1st July, 1pm to 6pm AWARD WINNING VILLAGE GARDENS OPEN AFTERNOON The Village Gardeners of Llanmadoc and Cheriton open their gardens for one afternoon each year to raise money for charities. The scheme was started 21 years ago to

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