Category: Culture

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Nina Makes a Rainbow

Have you been into Haverfodwest recently and taken the roundabout near Tesco? You must have seen the new mural on the garages. That rainbow there that turns into a flock of birds is the...

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Louis Okwedy – Maker of Marvels

We last caught up with Louis Okwedy in January. Remember those heady days when we were allowed out to go out and do whatever we wanted – but didn’t really want to go anywhere...

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Nostalgia Moves On

By ALAN MARTIN It is still possible to  find one of the old ten-gallon galvanised milk churns in antique shops, but nostalgia would soon wear thin if the buyer had to manoeuvre the 50kg...

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Alan Martin: Poetry Now

Poems by ALAN MARTIN JUST NOW In my woods-hidden house, with the power gone down, and no means of contact,  I am a survivalist,   creeping out from a niche,  post the apocalypse. My day...

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Dawny Tootes – the Artist Liberated

If you haven’t already, I urge you to check out the work of Dawny Tootes. Bold and daring, Dawny has challenged herself to create work that really express who she is. “Many of us...

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Travelling the World with a Celtic Harp

Born and brought up in Pembrokeshire, Moira Lewis did her teacher training in Cardiff, before going on to teach music. “My family were always musical,” she tells us. In fact, the Lewis family, including her...