Articles from issue : Winter 2017

The 12 Days of Acupuncture


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With Christmas looming ever larger I’ve found myself annoyingly humming the 12 Days of Christmas. So I got to thinking what would my 12 Days of Christmas look like. I’m old enough to not really want or need material things,

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RAF Casualties in Swansea

with Charles Wilson-Watkins

This November marks the 99th anniversary of the ceasefire on the Western Front and the 98th anniversary of Remembrance Sunday To coincide with the 2018, 100th anniversary of the Cease Fire, I am working on producing new research material which

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Christmas Lingerie

with Chantele Cross-Jones

I think we can officially say it’s nearly Christmas so it is perfectly acceptable to talk about gift shopping and presents. I am one of those sickening people who have probably finished their shopping by the time this goes to

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Medicinal Mushrooms

with The Herbal Clinic, Swansea

Like herbs, mushrooms have been used medicinally for thousands of years. The ancient Egyptians associated mushrooms with immortality, restricting their use for only the pharaohs; the Aztecs consumed sacred species in holy rituals. Traditional Chinese physicians held medicinal mushrooms in

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NEI (UK) LIMITED IS WALES’ LONGEST ESTABLISHED LONG HAUL TOUR OPERATOR AND HAS SPECIALISED IN ARRANGING HOLIDAYS TO INDIA AND SOUTH ASIA FOR 25 YEARS Owners Peter Rees-Jones and Eric Holliday (right) had often wondered what would be an appropriate

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The Delicate Sound of Thunder

Aston Martin Vanquish with Liam Bird

Publishing schedules being what they are, you’ll probably be reading this in the depths of winter, your thoughts full of Christmas and your nose full of the heady scent of pine trees, Brussel sprouts, and an egg-nog or three. By

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Although no longer at Fairy Hill in Reynoldston, Andrew Hetherington and Paul Davies are still involved in the industry with their wine distribution business. With Christmas in mind they have some great suggestions for wines to complement your festive menus,

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Santa

with Lesley Williams

Throughout 2017 Bay’s front covers have featured one of our many contributors, each illustrated by our in-house designer/illustrator Simon Williams. This month we have chosen to feature a gentleman who is loved by children and adults around the world. Santa

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Exercise with a difference…

with Molly Jones - Ability Neuro Physio

MOLLY is a physiotherapist with special interest in neurology, helping people with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). Here she tells us about the PD WARRIOR exercise program One significant issue I have found when working with people with PD is the de-conditioning

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Fan Gyhirych

Walk of the Month with Ian Bateman

IAN’S WALK FOR THIS ISSUE IS THE PERFECT ANTIDOTE TO AN OVERDOSE OF MINCE PIES. IT HAS SOME GREAT VIEWS – JUST REMEMBER TO WEAR STURDY FOOTWEAR My favourite time to go walking is undoubtedly early morning. Ideally when it’s

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Christmas recipes

with eatwelshlambandwelshbeef.com

If turkey isn’t for you this Christmas here are two great alternatives. Rib of Welsh beef or leg of Welsh lamb would certainly be crowd pleasers. Christmas Rib of Welsh Beef Ingredients Rib of Welsh beef on the bone 45ml

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