Articles from issue : March 2022

In the Beehive

What's the buzz with Marcus and Shelley Treadwell Garddfach Honey

We are fast approaching spring as I write, though it’s still a little cold to be doing a full inspection on the hives. Opening the hives to do a complete check of frames at this time is likely to chill

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Community Pharmacies

Bay cluster network with Dr Lamah and Reem El-Sharkawi

As part of the Bay Health Cluster, we work collaboratively with our community pharmacy colleagues. Over the years you may have noticed that you are able to access more and more services through your community pharmacy. From April 1st onwards, community

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The Book Department

With Dr Alyson Hitch

This month we enter the wonderful world of contemporary artist Mark Hearld, learn how to write properly, discover everything there is to know about crabs, and find out from Jim Al-Khalili how scientific thinking could help us live more rational

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The Duke

Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

If you love sci-fi, action packed films full of CGI and animation, then Emlyn’s choice for this month probably isn’t for you. The Duke stars two of Britain’s best loved actors Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren and is based on

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Callum Powell Runs for Hero

Editor's Choice with Lesley Williams

Bay was delighted to hear of a young local lad who wanted to help out his rugby hero. When 10-year old Callum Powell of Tycoch heard that his rugby hero Ifan Phillips had been involved in a motorbike accident he

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Spring into Spring

Gower Acupuncture with Tim Wright

…Unless you’ve injured your knee of course. In which case leaping into the new season with a bounce in your step may seem more like torture than a leporine leap of wonder. The inability to move correctly (or at all)

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Norfolk Broads

Through the viewfinder with Liz Barry

Last year LIZ BARRY travelled with her camera to explore the east of England and the Norfolk Broads. The Broads National Park is England’s very own Venice with more miles of waterways than its Italian rival. With picturesque towns, charming

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The Georgians & Talking Stones

Family History with Charles Wilson-Watkins

Who would have thought that the word Yahoo, isn’t as modern as we first thought? It actually dates back to the 18th century. This month I am starting a series of articles about the Georgians having taken inspiration from Simon’s

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Toyota Yaris GR

Motoring with Liam Bird

In nineteen eighty whenever-it-was, my cousin bought a Talbot Lotus Sunbeam. It was blue with a big black stripe that ran down the side of it, and it had the Lotus badge on each front wing. In the rear window,

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Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

We’ve had a run of back to back storms lately which should be a joy for surfers as this is what creates the waves we love so much. However, sometimes you have to be careful what you wish for as

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