Monthly Archives: December 2009

Saturday, 26th December, 2009.

Finger On The March      A bit of our dear old Welsh saint, Winefride, has been kept up in Holywell for many moons.   Now, it’s going to be displayed in Conway for all to see.      Winefride was, according to … Continue reading

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Saturday, 19th December, 2009.

Buy, Buy, Buy – And Borrow!      Well, the Festive Season is in full force.   Mind you, the earliest reported “Christmas goods” on sale in Wales was at the end of August!      Our shopkeepers are hoping for a big … Continue reading

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Saturday, 12th December, 2009.

The Immigrant Situation      It is a sparsely populated part of our land.   Its population – and number of new houses – is growing, though, due to immigration from our Eastern neighbour.      In the local hall, the Ffair Nadolig … Continue reading

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Saturday, 5th December, 2009.

A New Broom?      So we have a shiny new First Minister.   Well, we haven’t, actually.   We still have the old one.   ‘Cos Big Rhodri has not yet stood down.      And, when the new First Minister – Carwyn Jones … Continue reading

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