Articles from issue : September 2021

Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams

Positano Although August wasn’t particularly sunny and warm, there was the odd occasion when the temperature was high enough to sit outside and enjoy an alfresco dinner. There are not many restaurants in Swansea, that get the sun late in

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September Gardening

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

September is the month you should be busy reaping the rewards of your harvest in the veg and fruit garden. A quick review of how my veg patch has performed this year, using Olympic terminology of course: Gold medal –

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A Right Royal Ride

Mountain bike trails with Kim Jones

This month Kim Jones takes us on a ride starting off north of Llandovery. The day he and Tracey undertook this ride over the Mallaen mountains, they experienced some torrential rain and spectacular thunder storms as well as some sunny

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Time To Grow (Part 1)

Business and career advice with Neil Franklin

This year I have focused on starting a business in 2021 and it’s been a great exercise for me, as I have had to look back on my own entrepreneurial career and face those mistakes and challenges, I have made

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Burns

Bay cluster network with Reem El-Sharkawi

Burns and scalds can occur within seconds, but the pain and scar will often last a lot longer. Following a burn, it is important that you ensure you are in a safe environment to potentially prevent any further burns from

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The Book Department

With Dr Alyson Hitch

This month we take a trip down memory lane to revisit Aesop’s Fables, learn everything there is to know about owls, find out why we’re digging our own environmental graves, celebrate the humble sardine tin, and have a double digital

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Ease into Autumn

wine recommendations with Antoinette Milne

September is here, and autumn is right around the corner. Nights are drawing in and the wines and foods we eat tend to reflect the season. Plums, blackberries, pears, apples and figs can feature on the menu this time of

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The Role of the Lord-Lieutenant

Llord Lieutenant and High Sheriff with Mark Mathias

I was recently contacted by Deputy Lord Lieutenant, Mark Mathias who wants to raise public awareness of the role of the Lord-Lieutenant in Swansea. Here he explains the role of the Lord Lieutenant and High Sheriff, both of which are

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Chronic Primary Back Pain

Gower Acupuncture with Tim Wright

Chronic primary back pain simply put is back pain that’s been going on a long time (over 3 months) with no definable cause. Primary pain refers to pain that is out of pro-portion to the potential cause, or has no

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