Articles from issue : Oct 2018

Family History

With Charles Wilson-Watkins

Jewish Cemetery Update In October 2016, I wrote an article entitled Exploring Swansea’s Graveyards. In the piece, I revealed that “The oldest Jewish cemetery in Wales was opened in 1768 and by 1965 was practically full. The ‘new’ cemetery was

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Hinds’ Sights

With Liz Hinds

ARE YOU HAVING A LAUGH? Laughter, they say is the best medicine – Laugh and the world laughs with you. Liz Hinds certainly thinks that laughter is important, and the ability to laugh at herself is a must – especially

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Fitness Training

With Nicky Holland

Strength for day to day living In last month’s issue we discussed the importance of flexibility and mobility. This month we will look at strength. Basic strength can be defined as the ability to perform day to day tasks by

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Epic Charity Walk

With Chris Lewis & Jet!

LOCAL VETERAN’S ROUND UK COASTLINE TREK FOR SSAFA – SO WHERE IS HE NOW? In August 2017 military veteran, Chris Lewis from Killay, began walking all around the coast of the UK to raise money for SSAFA, the Armed Forces

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Get more out of your accountant

With Allchurch & Co

CASH IS KING A recurring issue that we see amongst clients, from small sole traders up to larger listed entities, is the management of cashflow. Businesses can be extremely profitable, yet have no cash, leaving them unable to operate. Some

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Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams

Papi’s Pizza, Mumbles I was sad to see CJ’s restaurant close when the Oyster Wharf development started in Mumbles; it had been there for so many years albeit under different owners. So the arrival of a new venture in its

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Fix my spine

With Iona Collins

BACK PAIN WHY DO WE GET SUCH HORRIBLE PAIN? MOST OF US EXPERIENCE SOME SORT OF BACKACHE NOW AND AGAIN. THE PAIN IS USUALLY A BRIEF NUISANCE, BUT FOR SOME, THE BACK PAIN CAN BE THE BANE OF THEIR LIVES,

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The Written World

With sarla Langdon

TWO WELSH WRITERS STEAL THE SHOW Tirzah and the Prince of Crows by Deborah Kay Davies (Oneworld £12.99) When Margo Weale, publicity director at the prestigious Oneworld Publishing, told me about Welsh writer Deborah Kay Davies’ new novel, I made

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Taking the blame out of divorce

With Fiona Lee - Graham Evans & Partners

The school holiday summer break can be a strain for many families, particularly those who have already felt the tremor of cracks appearing in their relationship. As practitioners we often see a spike in instructions for divorce or in connection

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The Cine Files

With Emlyn Roberts-Harry

THE HOUSE WITH A CLOCK IN ITS WALLS October and Hallowe’en are traditionally the time when the horror genre films make an appearance, and this month is no different. Emlyn’s review this month features a PG rated film. PG or

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Bay Cluster Network

With Dr Lamah El-Sharkawi and her sister Reem

It is estimated that one third of people during their lifetime will suffer from an allergic reaction. There are many different things someone could be allergic to including tree or grass pollen better known as hay fever, food allergies, in

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