Monthly Archives: October 2011

Autumn evening in Roath, Cardiff

We made a quick visit to Roath in Cardiff to deliver birthday presents. We took a stroll around the playing fields, full of autumn colours and active young and old.  Mike is studying shrubs and hoping to improve his tree … Continue reading

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Dunraven Bay and walled gardens

Three of us and Welsh collie Idris took a stroll around the walled garden of Dunraven Castle on the headland above Dunraven bay – usually known as Southerndown which is the village nearby.  It’s a surfing beach – a few … Continue reading

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Beach ride via Kenfig Burrows towards Morfa

On Saturday, my horse and I went with friends to the fabulous sands which will run from Margam towards the Morfa Beach. The weather was perfect and the autumn colours stunning as we rode across the dunes and along the … Continue reading

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Women’s Arts Association at Chapter in Cardiff

On one of the hottest October Sundays recorded, the Women’s Arts Association held its annual meeting in Chapter, one of the best known hubs of Cardiff creativity.           The rug on show is made from old … Continue reading

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