Monthly Archives: February 2011

Saturday, 26th February, 2011.

The Touching Of Forelocks Wales enjoyed the company of “royal” visitors this week.   William Windsor and his fiancée went to Anglesey to launch a new lifeboat for the RNLI. There was, of course, a lot of bowing and scraping involved.   … Continue reading

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Saturday, 19th February, 2011.

Wrong Sort Of Cull The Powers-That-Be – a branch of Those-Who-Know-What’s-Best-For-Us – in Wasteminster appear to have decided that Wales has too many MPs. So the number of representatives we have in London will shrink.   Yes, I suppose fewer MPs … Continue reading

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Saturday, 12th February, 2011.

A Hole In The Safety Net He is in his early twenties and has a few mental difficulties.   Due to a great degree to those difficulties, he is now homeless. Sometimes, he finds a bed for the night in a … Continue reading

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Saturday, 5th February, 2011.

Hard Times Sculptor Howard Bowcott has been commissioned to create a monument to those who worked in the slate-industry up in Blaenau Ffestiniog. The town is spending four-and-a-half million pounds on improving itself.   Rightly so, but I do hope that … Continue reading

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