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Coppet Hall

Beaches of Pembrokeshire.

Wiseman’s Bridge and Coppet Hall. Tucked away in between Amroth and Saundersfoot, Wiseman’s Bridge is a small hamlet and holiday place to enjoy in south Pembrokeshire. Ideal for walking and cycling there is a paved path all the way to the old ironworks at Stepaside via the wooded Pleasant valley, or through three old railway […]

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Beaches of Pembrokeshire.

Porthclais. A picturesque Roman-built harbour, once used for coal and timber as a port. Now popular with walkers as a pretty place to take a break, by recreational sailors and local fishermen. The slipway is ideal for launching kayaks and canoes. To the east is an ideal place for beginner rock climbers to practice. The […]

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Silver Swans poster

Silver Swans.

It is never too late to learn ballet… Did you go to ballet classes when you were little? Maybe you carried on for some time , but lots of would-be ballerinas have dropped out of dance school by the time they are in their teens. Or maybe you never had a chance to try, but only […]

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humming birds

Humming Birds from Marc Mordey

Another lovely poem from Marc Mordey, temporarily home from his travels. Enjoy !   HUMMINGBIRDS The hummingbirds are back And all is well They flew across the Atlantic with us Years ago They’d sprung from besides the Grand Canyon They saw us through Bryce, Zion, Salt Lake City Snow Sunshine They didn’t know They travelled […]

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St Govan's cove

Legends of Wales : Saint Govan.

Wales is rich in legends, and we have our fair share of saints. I have imagined here, in this prose /poem  the tale of Saint  Govan, who might have been the knight Gawain, or a beggar, or a thief ,in his life prior to his arriving in the place where his chapel is a place […]

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Amanda Clifford

Amanda Clifford: Homeopathy Works.

Homeopathy is a system of alternative medicine created in 1796 by Samuel Hahnemann. It is based on the belief that a substance that causes the symptoms of a disease in healthy people would cure similar symptoms in sick people. It is a form of medicine that some people claim acts as a placebo, and has […]

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Naked gardening day

Naked Gardening Day Is Here Again.

Oh dear, if you are easily offended , look the other way now, lock up your daughters, and your sons, and stay away from the garden centre. Yes it’s THAT day again, May the 4th already and this year 2019 it’s the fourteenth annual “World Naked Gardening Day.” Of course, if you easily connect with […]

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Antiques Fair

Yr Hen Ysgol, Dinas 2019.

YHY was set up as a Company in 2006 and a Charity in 2008 and is administered by Trustees and a Management Committee, all volunteers. In 2008 a 10 year strategic plan to repair, improve, and extend the building was instituted, and funding totalling £215,000 was obtained from a variety of grant-giving bodies (see […]

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Newgale reflections

Beaches of Pembrokeshire: Newgale.

Glorious golden sands. The huge pebble bank which lines the nearly three miles of sand was created in a great storm of 1859 and it has been breached several times since – there is concern now as to how much longer it can be rebuilt after each winter’s battering. There are extra bays , rock […]

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Briony Greenhill: Singing with All of You.

I just missed Briony Greenhill’s  last workshop in Pembrokeshire . I have always found pleasure in just playing with the voice…improvising with sound…so when I found out that Briony has arranged a workshop in June of this year in Nevern, I had to find out more about her….and there is so much more to the […]

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