Monthly Archives: September 2013

Fireworks at Craft in the Bay

“Don’t forget to go to Craft in the Bay” I was reminded on my way to the Women’s Arts Association meeting in BHAC, which is close by.  The reason was that Fireworks Clay Studios have an exhibition there. Seen live, … Continue reading

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Printmakers at the Women’s Arts Association Wales

Last Saturday, I took the bus into Cardiff for the Women’s Arts Association opening of three printmakers’ work after their Annual General Meetings, at the Butetown History  and Arts Centre.  BHAC is in one the big old buildings on Bute … Continue reading

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Welsh Government recognise horses as vulnerable in Road Safety Framework: a horse’s view

It has taken a while, and is very welcome: horse-riders and carriage drivers are recognised as vulnerable road users by the Welsh Government.  (The Framework can be downloaded here http://wales.gov.uk/topics/transport/publications/rdsafeframework/?lang=en) I’m pleased, along with Open Spaces Society and British Horse … Continue reading

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