Articles from issue : September 2020

Eat Out to Help Out

Culinary Causerie with Lesley Williams

When the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak announced the Eat Out to Help Out scheme for August it was greeted with mixed feelings from the public, but with more than 10.5 million people eating out in the first week

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Swansea History Journal

Minerva - Volume 28 2020/21

VOLUME 28 2020/21 – A BUMPER EDITION AND AVAILABLE NOW! The Swansea History Journal or Minerva has been published by the Royal Institution of South Wales, annually, since 1993. It is a collection of articles and stories all relating to

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An Appeal

by the Pettifor Trust

Despite signs in the window asking people not to leave bags outside their Sketty and Killay shops, the volunteers at the Pettifor Trust are greeted every morning with an average of 30 bags – that is 60 in total. Although the

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The Book Department

With Dr Alyson Hitch

This month we look at why it’s not just weirdos who want to live underground, go behind the scenes of snowboarding’s Welsh connection, discover exciting ways to take the pain out of earning maths and chemistry, and head off for

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The Cinema Strikes Back

The Cine Files with Emlun Roberts-Harry

After a break of five months, Emlyn Roberts-Harry has been back doing what he loves best – going to the cinema. Emlyn lives in London, where restrictions have been lifted ahead of us here in Wales. On 7th August, I

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With Bay Cluster Network

There are many problems that can affect our feet. Some problems can arise from the foot itself for example an injury or others can occur in the bone, joint, muscle, tendon or ligament of the foot. A bunion (hallux valgus)

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Gradual Progress is Better

Fitness training with Nicky Holland

With most gyms now open, the fitness industry is trying hard to return back to ‘normal’. New precautionary measures and restrictions have been set up to improve hygiene and safety. We are all trying to adapt to the new ‘normal’

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