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Foel Cwmcerwyn

Foel Cwmcerwyn is the highest peak in the Preseli hills of West Wales. The views can be spectacular and on good days you can see as far as Ireland. 398 more words

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Aran Fawddwy

Aran Fawddwy is just short of the magic 3000 feet by just 31 feet and provides the basis for a quality walk. With outstanding scenery, superb crags and a route that can be followed in either direction it is a perfect candidate for those wishing to avoid the crowds. 336 more words

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A Look At Racine Unified and Other Local School District Salaries and Benefits

While The Journal Times has been recently publishing articles about Racine Unified School District and it’s endless list of problems, they have failed to provide specific information about the grossly inflated salary and benefit packages that are enjoyed by Teachers and Administration Staff. 429 more words

Llyn Craigypistyll Circuit

The walk starts at a road junction just north of Llyn Blaenmelindwr (Sat Nav: SY23 3HA). Wear good boots, use OS explorer map 213. This is 9 miles and is a moderate walk. 395 more words

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Ysgafell Wen

There are many areas of high ground in Britain which are neglected by walkers. The area to the north west of the slate town of Blaenau Ffestiniog is one such place. 338 more words

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Why Small Businesses Should have an Employee Handbook

“You could say small organizations are intimidated by the work that goes into putting an employee handbook together but there are potential dangers of NOT having one. 422 more words


Pen Y Fan Horseshoe

This is a moderate but long circular walk of around five hours duration that takes in all four majestic peaks of the Brecon Beacons. There are excellent views along the main ridge of the Beacons, and north to the Usk valley. 356 more words

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