Articles from issue : June 2021

Letting go

Hinds' Sights with Liz Hinds

Liz doesn’t like giving up – not even on a jigsaw puzzle, but sometimes it is easier to let something go than put yourself through unnecessary stress. ‘I can’t do it!’ I sniff as the tears slowly roll down my

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Why you are not what you eat

Functional nutrition with Carmen Gresa-Alemany - Functional Nutrition Therapist

Many times during consultation, I have had this sentence said back to me: “You are what you eat, right?”. We all have our reasons to improve our diet; poor health, weight management, digestive issues, inflammation, diabetes, and many others plus

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Tune in to summer

With The Herbal Clinic Swansea

We may not be guaranteed hot weather, but the long hours of daylight during the summer months can bring more energy, a brighter outlook and extra time in the day. Make use of those additional early morning and evening hours

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Bay cluster network with Reem El-Sharkawi

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 the Bay Cluster Network. There has been a lot of talk in the media over the

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WIN a hamper of goodies

Competition time with Dewkes of Mumbles

Competition Time with Dewkes of Mumbles Win a hamper of goodies to the value of £50 for your pet Bay has teamed up with Dewkes of Mumbles to bring you a competition to win a hamper of goodies for your

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Penguin Recruitment: Mumbles

With Jim Richardson

For the past fifteen years Penguin Recruitment Ltd has been quietly growing amongst the shops and bars of Mumbles, Swansea. Now employing just over 30 people across four offices dotted around the village, Penguin has become the largest Engineering and

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Culinary Causerie

With Bay editor Lesl;ey Williams

Hurrah we can eat out and meet with friends – being very cautious who we hug of course. It was all well and good being able to eat out last month, but realistically with the weather bringing the coldest May

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Dig it – June gardening

Gardening advice for the new (and not so new) gardener with Fulke Andel

I hope the ‘unnamed’ storm of early May, didn’t cause too much damage to your garden. Our tulips were hit hard and a delivery of new flower pots were scattered right across the garden – otherwise we got away reasonably

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Auto News – June

With Liam Bird

WMW Awards for Citroën UK boss and race and rally car specialist Citroën UK managing director Eurig Druce and specialist race and rally car Darrian Cars have been presented with Welsh Motoring Writers’ top accolades, the Terry Davies Automotive Award

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Therapeutic Gardening with Sophie Lacey - Good Thymes Gardening

This month Sophie gives us hints and tips on getting plants for free by taking cuttings. Did someone say ‘free plants’? I think those are my two favourite words, closely followed by ‘plant sale’. Plants aren’t cheap and with the

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Gelli Hir Woods Circular

Walk of the month with Ian Bateman

After we’d been liberated and allowed to leave the immediate area, it seemed a good idea at first to spread our hitherto clipped wings and plan a route a bit further afield. However, Gower seems to have an allure all

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Business Insurance NEWS

Commercial Insurance with Julie Heatley-Thomas - Senior Account Executive - Prescott Jones

Graduate Trainee Programme Bears Fruit Jack Prescott, the first of our 2020 graduate intake, moves into a new role as Trainee Commercial Account Executive. Jack, a graduate of the University of Derby, brought with him some business experience having work-ed

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Games and Names

Family History with Charles Wilson-Watkins

This month Charles looks at the Commonwealth Games and its connection with one of Swansea’s newest roads. The Commonwealth Games is an international multi-sports event open to athletes from the Commonwealth Nations. It is held every four years and has

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