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Lecturer, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Lecturer in Late Antiquity (00404)

University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Application deadline: 12th September 2016

The Faculty is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in the Late Antiquity period with a particular focus upon either Ancient Religions or Ancient Medicine. 164 more words


Cyhoeddi un o artistiaid yr ŵyl

Rydym yn falch iawn i gyhoeddi y bydd cyflwyniad unigryw o’r awdl ‘Cynhaeaf’ yn ystod  Gŵyl y Cynhaeaf o dan arweinaid un o berfformwyr disgleiriaf Cymru, sef Eddie Ladd, merch fferm o Flaenannerch.  224 more words

Sun’s Out, Fun’s Out: Five Ways to Spend Your Summer with ‘Coastal Communities’

The sun’s finally out and there’s an unusual chance of it staying, which can only mean one thing – the summer holidays are officially here! Now comes the tricky part: thinking of something to do, whether it’s a day out with the family or an impromptu trip somewhere with a couple of friends. 865 more words

Coastal Communities

Ceredigion Coastal Path

Ceredigion Coastal Path – Part 1

Over the summer we will be walking the Ceredigion Coast Path in sections, part of the Wales costal path, followed by a short blog posts. 208 more words


Dylan Seabridge Child Practice Review July 2016

Dylan Seabridge died in Pembrokeshire age 8 in December  2011. At an inquest in January 2015 the cause of death was found to be scurvy… 1,787 more words

Saturday, 25th June, 2016


     Like people, I became fed up of all the hype, half-truths and speculation leading up to Thursday’s vote.   The confusion in most people’s minds was great. 173 more words

Welsh Affairs

Long time no see.......

To say it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything is perhaps an understatement!! For reasons I don’t want to dwell on, the latter half of 2015 and early part of this year, was a difficult time and thoughts of art, drawing and painting were not foremost in my mind. 248 more words