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C Reg Jones posted a blog post
The Boy from the Bay BlogA blog post about my home town and how one picture is my cure for homesickness.
5 hours ago
ELEPHANT and CASTLEbyDennis W. Williams Davy was feeling on top of the world. Here he was, fifteen years of age and this time tomorrow he thought to himself, he would be a man amongst men. In twenty four hours he would officially become a Junior Com…
6 hours ago
Huw Llywelyn Rees posted a blog post
 On 24th November 1326, Hugh Despenser the Younger, Lord of Glamorgan,was executed.Despenser rose to national prominence as royal chamberlain and a favourite and probable lover of Edward II of England. Greedy for power and wealth, Hugh went from a l…
11 hours ago
Huw Llywelyn Rees’s blog post was featured
Gangster, Llewellyn Morris Humphreys, otherwise known as Murray the Hump, whose parents came from Carno, near Newtown, died of a heart attack, doing the hoovering on 23rd November 1965.  He was one of the most successful of all gangsters and one of…
19 hours ago
Lindsay Halton posted a blog post - In interior design the patina of age is trendy now. A place is a relationship, it has a story. The things that we have, say so much about the way we are; their patina holds a story that is shaped over time. Read my blog fo…

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