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Glenn in his studio

Must See: Glenn Ibbitson at Stwidio 3, Cardigan.

Resident in Newcastle Emlyn for fifteen years, Glenn Ibbotson left a career as a Scenic Artist for film and television [several years with BBC]. This work had provided opportunities for him to practice trompe-l’oeil techniques and visual trickeries on an industrial scale. The methods he employed and the visuals he was responsible for creating there […]

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Pembrokeshire College donation

Paul Sartori Latest.

ILS students bloomed for Charity The ILS department of Pembrokeshire College helps students with additional learning needs to develop the Independent living skills that they will need for their future. Throughout March the ILS students worked extremely hard to raise money for Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Charity. They grew and sold beautiful daffodils. The […]

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walk near Ritec

Even when it’s dry, it’s wet over there.

The ‘public footpath’ sign tucked away by the side of the Greenhills Hotel in the village of St Florence points behind a high, solid fence and gives the impression that it might well lead nowhere. But when I peeked behind that fence, I found the start of a narrow muddy trail that looked enticingly as […]

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Bison

Stones Bones

Datgelu arddangosfa newydd gyffrous yn Oriel y Parc/Exciting new exhibition unveiled at Oriel y Parc Datgelu arddangosfa newydd gyffrous yn Oriel y Parc Mae olion hynafol o weithgarwch pobl ac anifeiliaid y daethpwyd o hyd iddynt yn Sir Benfro yn cael eu harddangos i’r cyhoedd am y tro cyntaf erioed – a hynny mewn arddangosfa […]

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Tradewinds

Gardens for Good

Checking our passports were in order we ventured across the border to Carmarthenshire to see what gardens might lie in that vast green wilderness…..So near and yet so far from Pembrokeshire in appearance and, I suspect, lifestyle.  Pembrokeshire can hardly be called busy but if you really want to get away from it all Carmarthenshire […]

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Deb Winter and friends

The Fire Maker with Deb Winter and Tinc y Tannau.

I am not the only person to have been inspired and delighted by the many skills of Deb Winter. We first met in Bristol some years ago on a writing workshop that she was facilitating near my home. I was pleased to find her here in Pembrokeshire when I finally made the move myself. I […]

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nine galleons

Minimalism is Out!

Reptile Tiles and Ceramics. Tucked away in a beautiful cottage, purpose-built studio and workshop in a village on the Pembrokeshire/Carmarthenshire border, I was fortunate to spend a morning in the company of Carlo Briscoe and Ed Dunn – the artists behind Reptile Tiles and Ceramics. Having recently celebrated 31 years in business and marriage together, […]

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support meeting

New Fibromyalgia Support Group in Pembrokeshire.

Fibromyalgia is a medical condition characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and a host of other symptoms as diverse and individual as the person challenged by the condition. When I met up with Giselle Barton, otherwise known as Chisel to her friends and family, we talked about what Fibromyalgia means to the people who have […]

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St Davids OPen Gardens

St Davids Open Gardens

The 2nd St Davids Open Gardens Weekend will take place on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June with the proceeds going to the registered charity, Prostate Cymru and donations to three environmental groups in St Davids. If you have ever wondered what is on the other side of a wall or hedge, or tucked behind […]

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Dee

A Thank You to Cruse.

We will all encounter loss and grief in our lifetime.. Rob Barnes has written this moving account of his own experience of losing his wife and the support he found in the weeks and months following her sudden death. In Memory of Dee. Have you ever played that game where everyone has to describe themselves […]

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