Tag Archives: North Wales

Saturday, 12th December, 2015

The Easy Way      If you’re an armchair traveller, you’ll relish the news that now you can climb Snowdon without putting down your relaxing cuppa.     I’m told that Google Earth’s Streetview team scaled our highest peak armed with their modern … Continue reading

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Saturday, 18th July, 2015.

Decisions, Decisions      I hear that George Osborne, Wasteminster’s Chancellor, has told us that there’s a “really strong” case for electrifying railway lines in North Wales. Look:  there’ve been such programmes going on in South Wales for a while now.   … 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, 29th November, 2014.

Money For What?      Bryn Parry-Jones quit his job.   He was Council leader in Pembrokeshire. During his stay of office, he was given a superb Porsche Panamera to use in his job.   When he quit, he was given a golden … Continue reading

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Saturday, 28th December, 2013.

“It’s Only Wales”           That seems to be the attitude of Mother England, and even in organisations which label themselves “UK”. BBC Radio 4 UK is one such.   It broadcasts to the whole of these Isles and all round the … Continue reading

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