Tagged: Fishguard

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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...

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Picture Post: Lesley Matthews

We have been asking people to share their photographs in this “strange time” of lockdown. Lesley Matthews was one of our first contributors with a little information about herself and what the pictures mean...

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Picture Post: Kitty Parsons

My greatest love is the sea. There is nothing that uplifts me more than to be able to get into the sea. It is a combination of the sensation of water like silk flowing...

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Picture Post: Tim Wickenden

We all need a bit of uplifting in this most peculiar of times. As most of us are at home and those of us who are going out are perhaps missing our favourite places,...

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Land of Our Fathers – Review

REVIEW by TIM WICKENDEN On Friday 14 February I joined a lively and supportive audience at Theatr Gwaun, Fishguard, to watch Malone Hallett Productions present Chris Urch’s critically acclaimed, dark, brooding and sometimes humorous...