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    Paul Steffan Jones AKA

    Anti-Aging Cream


    I hope I don't grow old and declining running out of ideas running out of running out depleted of free will knowing that I will depend on others burdened with unreliable memories irredeemable consolation prizes and an unreachable hole where I used to be with people who have since left there's little certainty a leaf lands where it falls then is moved by a breeze or the industry of insects the tramp of shoes I am but a leaf from a great tree called family I will land where I will fall

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    Here's the 6 Nations remaining games schedule - https://www.sixnationsrugby.com/fixtures How to stream online free if you're in the UK and directions on how to stream via VPN from outside the UK are here - https://www.techradar.com/nz/news/six-nations-2020-live-stream-how-to-watch-every-rugby-union-game-online-from-anywhere

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    VOICES FROM WALES – FORTY-THREE OF FIFTY-TWO , AUNTY MAGS PART 7 Aunty Mags re-appears for another trip down memory lane with her reminiscences of family life in Carmarthen. Ramblings and tales of Priory Street and the Printers Arms: hairdressers, horse fairs, tall jockeys, Great War farewells on a Carmarthen railway station, berserk horses and sapper trenches in Gallipoli. It’s all here! There’s one more instalment! But I have been phoned and asked when am I coming up next as she has got loads more stories to tell!

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    Arts Council Wales and BBC Cymru Wales are calling for talented Welsh artists and bands to apply for the Launchpad fund this year. Aimed at emerging musicians that already demonstrate promise, Launchpad is part of the Horizons/Gorwelion scheme to develop new and independent contemporary music in Wales. The Launchpad fund was launched in 2014 and since then it has invested £170,000 supporting over 170 new and emerging Welsh artists from all corners of the country.  The fund aims to support a diverse mix of musicians to develop their creative work, such as studio time and...

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    VOICES FROM WALES – FORTY-TWO OF FIFTY-TWO We have been working on this video for the past six months off and on. It is part of an educational project on behalf of the Carmarthen Coracle Netsmen Association. It was part funded by the Heritage Lottery. Alongside this on the People’s Collection of Wales is a vast archive of stories and tales surrounding the practicalities of coracle fishing and the myths and stories that have surrounded the fishing community of Carmarthen. It has been put together as a heritage project for local schools.

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    Huw Llywelyn Rees

    26th January


    Today is Australia Day (also referred to as Invasion Day by indigenous Australians)  On this day 1788, Mary Watkins, a 20 year old from the Vale of Glamorgan, along with four Welshmen men and two other women from Wales, were passengers of the six convict ships that had docked in Port Jackson (now known as Sydney) and a deputation had been sent ashore to establish the first permanent European colony on the Australian continent.  Mary's adventure had begun after being sentenced to seven years transportation overseas for stealing sixpence worth of clothing.  She was boarded...

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    Today is St Dwywen's Day in 2020, the Welsh patron saint of friendship and love, you can find out more about her here: https://americymru.net/americymru/blog/940/dont-forget-st-dwynwens-day-january-25th-the-welsh-valentines-day?fbclid=IwAR1W3Cqjh2vjV0ddovu0guxwfUuqDdPhlGjmS43yqfSvHI5zn67bLQjX6Fw    And send someone you love a free St Dwywen's ecard, funny or serious, here - http://welsh-american-bookstore.com/index.php/st-dwynwen-s-day/rwcard/1/

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    VOICES FROM WALES – FORTY-ONE OF FIFTY-TWO Mother Bear has been sick and poorly ill over Christmas and new year so hasn’t been able to get out and film any specific Xmas activity. The natural storytelling of Margaret Lee is once again the subject. There’s not many left I promise! Social history is so important, and everyone should archive their own in whatever way they can. In this digital world it’s easy to take photos but it’s just as easy to record testimonies through video or audio recording. I urge people to get out there and press the record button.

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