Monthly Archives: May 2014

“here and there”: artists from Welsh Group and BBK Dusseldorf in the Rhondda Heritage Park

There’s an exciting exchange of work between artists from Wales and Germany taking place across Wales at the moment – events between the Welsh Group and The Artists’ Union of Dusseldorf (BBK) in the centenary of the First World War, … Continue reading

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A lane north of Llanharan, 5 footpaths & a bridleway

Last Thursday, 22nd May 2014, I walked over a network of paths and bridleways leading off Dan-y-Graig Lane, a maintainable highway north of Llanharan.  As Open Spaces Society’s local correspondent for Rhondda-Cynon-Taf authority, I had received a query relating to … Continue reading

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Museums and artists: “Behind the Scenes”, Cardiff

When I saw “Behind the Scenes of the Museum” advertised, I recalled a brilliant day at St Fagan’s organised by the Women’s Arts Association long ago before our art funding got cut.  I clicked on the link and booked into … Continue reading

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Slow-worm rescue and long grass

Kitten the cat has been on a bit of a killing spree, despite having a bell on her collar.  When the lawn grows long, the slow-worms in the garden like to venture out and she finds them.  Apparently, domestic cats … Continue reading

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It’s windy. Mae’n wyntog.

There’s a very blustery wind today.  I tried to capture on camera the back garden trees swaying in the wind, without much luck.  The eucalyptus at the end was waving around nicely as were the poplars next door. Opening the … Continue reading

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Red Shoes on the Taff Trail: artists march Merthyr to Roath

I was keen to do part of the Red Shoes march against austerity and for dignity and culture, organised by the Made in Roath community arts festival as part of their spring events around International Workers May Day.  Saturday was … Continue reading

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