Tag Archives: Ceredigion

Saturday, 25th June, 2016

Afterthoughts      Like people, I became fed up of all the hype, half-truths and speculation leading up to Thursday’s vote.   The confusion in most people’s minds was great.      Then, with a predictably close verdict, the United Kingdom chose to … Continue reading

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Saturday, 16th April, 2016

Good News For Cardis!      Some of my readers may not know that Cardis are people who come from Old Cardiganshire, now Ceredigion.   They have a certain reputation. ‘Tis said that a Cardi can buy from a Jew and sell … Continue reading

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Saturday, 26th March, 2016

Making A Point      When I first saw the headline, it looked like the skies had opened and all along Swansea Bay had received showers of drawing-pins from passing clouds. But a report on Radio Wales put me right. It … Continue reading

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Saturday, 13th February, 2016

Protect The Language . . .      . . . protect our history.   Because, if we do not know about our past, we cannot understand our present and plan for our future.      Yes, I know I’m a dullard when … Continue reading

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Saturday, 17th October, 2015.

Helping Mother Nature      It’s hands-across-Hadrian’s-Wall-and-Offa’s-Dyke time!      Due to Wales’ dwindling pine-marten population, Scotland has supplied us with a few breeding-pairs to restore our wildlife stock.   I don’t know what made our population of these pretty animals dwindle, but thanks … Continue reading

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Saturday, 11th July, 2015.

Still Under Threat?      I pass through many parts of Wales, and each part has a special magic brought about, I reckon, by the magic of Wales.   Each area, it seems, has its own, individual community culture, and there’s … Continue reading

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Saturday, 3rd January, 2015.

The Higher Cost Of Working      The cost of rail fares in Wales has gone up by two-and-a-half percent.   Or, if you flip a coin, by 10p., whichever is the greater. That means that many, many of The People of … Continue reading

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