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Teaching Rods Company Celebrates 70 Years

Have you come across Cuisenaire rods? You may remember them from schooldays. They are small wooden or plastic rods of different lengths and colours used as mathematics learning aids for students. They are used...

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Castle Visit Reward for Rhys

This article is in Welsh and English   Enillydd cystadleuaeth i enwi trên yn cael ymweliad arbennig â Chastell Caeriw Mae bachgen ysgol o Sir Gâr a’i deulu wedi mwynhau ymweliad arbennig â Chastell...

Clare Harrison Sings for Eisteddfod Aid

Haverfordwest music teacher and soprano soloist Clare Harrison will perform at a fundraising concert for the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod at St Collen’s Church in Llangollen, North Wales, in April. The concert will be...

Woman of Mystery

Sometimes it’s the people we don’t quite meet who interest us the most… Once a week, every week for 10 years, I went to our leisure centre pool for a dip. I am not...

A Poem for My Brother

SIAN WALKER has written a very personal poem… Ceri David Walker was born on the 8 September 1972 in Pembrokeshire. He grew up in Pembroke Dock and went to Albion Square school, Pembroke Dock junior...

A Time to be Kind

I first came across the idea of random acts of kindness from a book only we old hippies are likely to have heard of, in my twenties, and which remains to this day my...

A Dedication to Mother

MARC MORDEY has written the poignant BLUE PENS – A POEM FOR MY MOTHER     6 months gone. Outside it’s snowing Blue sky and white wool flurries. How you’d love to see Hera Greece...