Monthly Archives: September 2011

the Z-factor

I’ve been a little bit caught up in the Z-factor over the past couple of weeks.  Organising 30 women from Lusaka on a 3 week long trip to Wales and England has been just a little bit of a headache.  … Continue reading

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Christianity and Culture : Tuesday 18th October

Rev, Dr. Stephen Wigley is a Methodist Minister currently serving as chair of the Wales Synod. He is married to Jenny, a priest in the Church of Wales, and they have two teenage sons, David and Andrew. He has an … Continue reading

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We few, we happy few

Think positive. We broke even on Tuesday night at the Golf Club. St Andrews Golf Club didn’t contribute to the planet’s march towards Armageddon through overheating. Scotland CAN beat the Pumas on Sunday. Be realistic. There were just enough people … Continue reading

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chilled

Thanks to a load of team work I think we’re all ready for tonight. We’ve borrowed some kit from VCVS and very handy it is too – display boards and a projector screen. Tonight’s the night I find out everything … Continue reading

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letters, letters

Well, my letter got into both the Gem and the Barry and District. There was also a letter from Ian Hooper about the magistrates’ court. Interesting stuff. I don’t really know if we should respond or not. I’ve got several … Continue reading

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vale of glamorgan music festival

Wrote a letter to the paper yesterday. I wonder if it’ll get in tomorrow? For some reason I took a few minutes to look at the programme for the Vale of Glamorgan Music Festival and was disappointed to note that … Continue reading

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Brunel: Works in Wales : Tuesday 20th September

Stephen K Jones has long been interested in the study of history, notably under the heading of Brunel in South Wales. Born in Cardiff and now living in the Vale of Glamorgan, he has been professionally engaged in economic regeneration … Continue reading

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Like the Banner?

Having creative people in the family is useful at times. We now have a selection of different banners and logos that we might use, rather than the ones that came with the blog. I’ll show you the others at some … Continue reading

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have flute, will travel

I play piano, organ and flute.  Which of these do you think are the most transportable?  Today I played the slender silver tube that was a present for my 40th birthday at the Amelia Trust Farm harvest festival.  I decided … Continue reading

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Speaking of St Andrew…

Speaking of St Andrew, in the early hours of tomorrow morning Scotland start their rugby world cup campaign.  All the best boys!  I’ll watch the highlights tomorrow morning first thing.  I predict Scotland to reach the quarters but get no … Continue reading

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