Monthly Archives: November 2015

Saturday, 28th November, 2015.

Cruel Cuts      Those of us who treasure Welsh culture are saddened by the news that S4C may have its funding cut by the Wasteminster government.   Even Guto Bebb, the Aberconwy Tory MP, is showing his displeasure at such a … Continue reading

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Saturday, 21st November, 2015.

Archbishop Supports Non-Violence      Wales’ Archbishop, Barry Morgan, approves of our Assembly Government’s idea to make it illegal to smack children       The motion to change the law was defeated down in Cardiff Bay some months ago.   But the Archbishop … Continue reading

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Saturday, 14th November, 2015

Remembering     I was good to know that, in several cities, towns and villages in all parts of Wales, Remembrance Services were held on the right Day and at the right time.     The guns of the First World War … Continue reading

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Saturday, 7th November, 2015

Under Attack      As my readers will know, I am a keen learner of the Welsh language.   It is an ancient tongue and very much a part of the heritage of Wales.      Wrexham Council, though, does not seem to … Continue reading

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