Monthly Archives: July 2015

Six decades of club cricket

“This might be my last game,” Mike phoned me, “You should come with the camera.” He was about to open the batting for Llantwit Fardre against Ebbw Vale.  He stayed in for over an hour and scored 37 including three … Continue reading

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Three Cliffs and an Oxwich: celebrating with the Wales Coast Path

Low cloud, drizzle: what better for a celebration than to walk from Pennard to Oxwich along the coastal path, and down a few Tomos Watkins lagers (and tasty fish) in the CoalHouse before walking up to the main road to … Continue reading

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On the Open Studio trail in Penarth

Penarth Open Studio Trail is establishing a high reputation for enjoyable art and the studios are often in lovely gardens.  We didn’t leave enough time to get to all so these are a selection. We first visited Fran Whiteside on … Continue reading

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