Articles from issue : May 2022

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

HM Lord-Lieutenant of West Glamorgan Mrs Louise Fleet, CStJ, JP

We have all been moved by the plight of the Ukrainian people and their courage. The Welsh nation has once again shown its compassion and extended a hand of friendship to those seeking sanctuary. It has made us all look

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Ferrari Roma Incantevole

Motoring with Liam Bird

Legend has it, it was Enzo Ferrari that on upon seeing one for the first time, declared the Jaguar E-type “the most beautiful car in the world”. Praise indeed, and especially so when you consider Ferrari’s own back catalogue wasn’t

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What’s in a name?

Hinds' sights with Liz Hinds

This month Liz is pondering on names and why we sometimes change the ones given to us at birth, or havethem changed for us. It’s hard to imagine Archibald Leach as a romantic heartthrob. Or Reginald Dwight having a number

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Cats in our lives

Swansea Cats Protection with Lyn Gardner

Why do we keep cats? Why do we love them so much? I read some-where that ‘cats are like music, it’s foolish to try to explain their worth to people who don’t appreciate them’ and that’s true. Loving cats can

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Chicken Pox

Bay Cluster Network with Dr Lamah and Reem El-Sharkawi

Chickenpox is a common condition, regularly affecting children before the age of 10 but can be seen in people of all ages. It usually improves by itself within 7-14 days and can be managed at home. How do you know

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Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams

Gigi Gao’s Favourite KaFei Coffee houses have been part of our culture since the 17th Century when coffee was introduced to Britain from the Middle East. Coffee is now the second most traded commodity after petroleum, which is hardly surprising

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Seafood safari in Sweden

To the ends of the earth with Nick Smith

Sweden may not be high on the list of chic holidays to impress your neighbours with, but it’s a feast of coastal pleasures, including some of the finest seafood this side of the Atlantic. It also has the unspoilt air

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The Month of May

Wine recommendations with Antoinette Milne of Wine for Life Learning

The month of May has arrived and the elusive season of summer is finally upon us. To celebrate, why not try a sensational sparkling wine from South Africa which is made the same way Champagne is. Then, on to a

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Gower Pilgrimage Way (Part IV)

Walk of the month with Ian Bateman

Promotion leading up to the official launch of the Gower Pilgrimage Way continues to be ramped up, as by the time you read this, David Pope, the founder and driving force behind this marvelous and exciting concept, will have already

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The Good, The Bad, The Ugly …

Gower Acupuncture with Tim Wright

…habits. Habits are a funny thing. They’re just actions repeated over time. Do them enough and they become automatic. Some are good, some are bad, some are plain ugly. Generally, a great time to change habits is when some-thing in

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