Articles from issue : October 2021

The role of grandparents during divorce

Family Law with Paula Tanner - Tiger Law

A relationship breakdown can be a really difficult time, and sometimes the grandparents can be forgotten. Grandparents can be a tricky issue for parents on divorce, dissolution or separation. Maybe your ex’s parents were very helpful when you were together,

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October Wines

Wine recommendations with Antoinette Milne - Wine for life learning

It’s October and autumn is creeping in. Leafy breezes and cool morning starts are par for the course. With Halloween around the corner, we’ve got two very spooky orange wines to try. Don’t miss out on the Gros Manseng white

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The Green Knight

The cine files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

It is strikingly, and depressingly, rare for a good movie based on Arthurian legend to come along. The best of the bunch is probably still Excalibur, which is 40 years old; the rest range from the enjoyable enough but very

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The book department

With Dr Alyson Hitch

This month we take a trip deep into the world of the creator of The Hobbit, find out what all those Celtic myths and legends are about, discover why hydrogen could solve all our energy problems, and meet the team

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Recent Tax Changes

Practical Accountancy with Allchurch & Co

We wanted to share the recent tax changes, unfortunately these aren’t favourable changes for taxpayers after a difficult 18 months. However, we believe it is important you are aware of the changes and the financial impact that it will have

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Reversing Prediabetes

With the Herbal Clinic, Swansea

You may have been told that you have prediabetes or know that you have raised blood sugar or impaired glucose regulation. Risk factors for diabetes include high blood pressure, being overweight and experiencing high stress levels as well as a

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Dig it

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

This is the final contribution from Fulke Andel, he has decided that after 8 years of writing his monthly column for Bay it’s time to hang up his trowel. We have loved reading his articles each month, and have learnt

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Competition time with The Swansea Grand Theatre

Bay is delighted to be able to team up once again with Swansea Grand Theatre to give one lucky winner the chance to take their family to the opening night of the pantomime on Friday 10 December. What better way

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Honda Jazz

Motoring with Liam Bird

I think I might be developing an affinity for Jazz Fiesta, Corsa, Polo, Swift, Fabia, Ibiza, Yaris, Clio… the list of funky-sounding hatchbacks continues to grow, and all are very good too. Surely though, the hatchback with the funkiest moniker

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Dry Needling – The new acupuncture?

Gower Acupuncture with Tim Wright

Dry needling is acupuncture by another name. In the world of therapies, it’s becoming popular amongst physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths and doctors. Dry needling has taken certain aspects of acupuncture and then claimed them as its own so as to differentiate

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