Articles from issue : March 2019

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Simple Ways to Make Your Garden Ready For Spring

With the colder months of the year almost over, and spring on the horizon, now is the perfect time to make those necessary changes to your garden. This means that when the warmer weather comes, you will be able to enjoy your garden straightway. So without further ado, here are a few things you can do to make your garden beautiful for spring:

      Build your very own bean house What’s a spring garden without a bean house? Country Living notes they are perfect for a spring garden as they’re easy to grow, require little to no maintenance, high-yielding, and they

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BAY Mac’s Help Desk

With Steve Paris

Helping you get the most out of your Mac, iPhone & iPad Q: I’ve heard about the iPhone X’s new depth of field camera effects when taking photos, but it doesn’t seem to work for me.  A: This new feature – which

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Money can’t buy me love

Hinds' Sights with Liz Hinds

This month Liz ponders on the Beatles’ song – which explains how great wealth doesn’t necessarily brings great happiness ‘It must be a hotel,’ I said. ‘Or a retirement complex,’ Husband suggested. ‘Whatever it is it’s going to be enormous.’

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Do you need an accountant?

With Allchurch & Co

Are you Considering Self Employment? Since 2001, the number of self-employed workers in the UK has been on the up, and they now account for more than 15% of the population. Since 2001, the number of self-employed individuals between the

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Auto News

With Liam Bird

THEME ANNOUNCED FOR 2019 FESTIVAL OF SPEED Goodwood is thrilled to announce that the theme for the 2019 Festival of Speed presented by MasterCard, which takes place from 4-7 July, will be “Speed Kings – Motorsport’s Record Breakers”. Motorsport has

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Three Rhapsodies In Blue

The Written World with Sarla Langdon

What a pleasure is the sight of a beautifully designed book jacket—-and what a potent argument against digital books. On my desk are these three slim, exquisite volumes, each from a different publisher, all lyrical in content and all covered

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Beauty Parlour Syndrome

With Iona Collins -

Do you ever feel dizzy when you stretch your head backwards? Beauty Parlour Syndrome is a phenomenon whereby when you extend your neck backwards to have your hair washed, the vertebral arteries carry less blood, resulting in dizziness. The medical

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Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams

Positano There’s a new Italian restaurant in town – Positano has opened in J Shed making this area of SA1 quite the place to come to eat. Positano has made its home in the space vacated by Café Twocann at

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When a plan comes together

Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

Winter getaways have been a fixture of the Welsh surfing scene for decades. Since the early 60s, surfers have looked to warmer climes for a little respite from the long cold winter months. Destinations like Morocco, the Canaries and Sri

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Circus Circus

With the Netherlands National Circus

The Netherlands National Circus will be arriving in Swansea at the end of March. Look out for the big-top setting up home on the Recreation Ground on Mumbles Road from Tuesday 26 March until Sunday 31 March. Showtimes will be:

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Private Client Law

With Natalie Thomas - Associate Solicitor DJM Solicitors

FEE INCREASES FOR GRANT OF PROBATE APPLICATIONS ANNOUNCED BY GOVERNMENT The Government are again pushing ahead with their plans to significantly increase probate application fees which will be calculated according to the value of the assets left by an individual

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