Articles from issue : Winter 2017

Relationship breakdown at Christmas

with Kelly Lamb - Sally Goldstone, Family Law

    KELLY LAMB (right), is an assistant solicitor at Sally Goldstone Family Law. In this article she addresses the problems facing some families this Christmas Christmas is fast approaching – presents to buy and wrap, excited children writing extensive

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Swansea University shortlisted in Santander Cycles University Challenge

How convenient would it be to be able to pick up a bike at Singleton and ride to the marina and park up, without having to actually own a bike? Well hopefully that’s exactly what we’ll be able to do

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Going for gold

Invictus Games Sept-Oct 2017

In our Bay August issue we told you about Matthew Neve from Three Crosses who was taking part in the INVICTUS GAMES in Toronto in September Matthew was a Senior Aircraftman in the Royal Air Force before being discharged in

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Introducing Benson Ferrari

Headmaster, St. Michael's School, Llanelli

BENSON FERRARI (pictured right) is Headmaster of St. Michael’s School in Llanelli, here he answers some often asked questions: What is distinctive about the school? An unusually strong sense of community – what this really means is that everyone shows

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Everything is pixelated

with Steve Paris

The column that focuses on providing help, top advice and news about your Apple devices, namely Macs, iPhones and iPads. Please send any questions to Steve via the contact details at the end of this article Q: When things go

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Heroes in a Half Shell

with Richard Hammond

PHOTOGRAPHER RICHARD HAMMOND AND HIS WIFE CERI JOURNEYED TO THE GREEK ISLAND OF KEFALONIA IN AUGUST WHERE THEY WITNESSED THE HATCHING OF THE LOGGERHEAD TURTLES. HE SHARES HIS EXPERIENCE HERE… It’s been a long hot day on our Greek holiday,

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Culinary Causerie

with Lesley Williams

Hat Stand Competition We’ve teamed up with Callum Latham of The Hat Stand in Walter Road to bring you a competition to WIN a meal for two people including a bottle of wine. To be in with a chance of

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Christmas Fiction for Children

with Sarla Langdon

THE BEST OF INTERNATIONAL STORYTELLING The Pushkin Press’ 2017 selection of the best national and international books for children will beguile the whole family with their classic beauty, perfect prose and stimulating thoughts and ideas. These books explore the thin

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Top ten tips for the perfect Christmas roast

with Stuart Hemmings, Head chef st Swansea University's Bay Campus

Stuart Hemmings (right) is the Head Chef at Swansea University’s Bay Campus which includes the Great Hall Café Bar and Restaurant. Stuart shares his hints and tips for cooking the perfect stress-free Christmas lunch. Plan in advance The best way

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The 50 year storm

with Chris (Guts) Griffiths

During the second week of October, Wales was hit by what was touted to be the 50 year storm. It was forecast to bring with it unbelievably strong winds, flooding and huge waves to the coast of Wales. A day

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Rental Changes

with Allchurch & Co - Chartered Accountants

Renting out a residential property – What to consider? We have recently had many requests to help with self assessments for individuals who rent out residential properties, so we thought it would be useful to write an article touching on

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Full steam ahead

with Kim Jones

Kim’s ride this month is an ideal festive day out for all the family, and if you time it right you’ll be able to see Santa Claus as well. Steam trains are great! I think for any male over a

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Winter Snippets

Winter 2017

          SWANSEA ECHOES OF THE PAST STREET SALUTE With Christmas decorations starting to appear and the news that our lovely city is to have a Santa parade once again this year, this picture is nothing if

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Dig it

with Fulke Andel

The weather this past year, hasn’t been brilliant. I may be wrong, but it appears that our summers start earlier and then degenerate into a period of overcast and wet weather interspersed with the odd fine day. Then all of

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