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Brecon Fire & Security, Brecon, 2014

Brecon Fire & Security, The Struet, Brecon, Powys, Wales, 2014 • now for some alarms with geographic references (a common trope).


Wapley Hill Fort

It was the day before Hallowe’en and I was scrambling through thick undergrowth and thick fog to the top of Wapley hill fort. It’s atmospheric… 693 more words


November 19 -- Melangell

We are being guided by this book: Holy Companions: Spiritual Practices from the Celtic Saints

Today’s Bible Reading

Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High… 581 more words

Holy Companions


Fun free family disco as part of a series of events for LLANDRINDANCE!, celebrating the people and dancing of Llandrindod residents. This Sunday afternoon, bring your finest quizzers and join us for a boogie or two!

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Fill Your Boots This November!

With lots of special discounts for the Autumn and Winter, there has never been a better time to take a rural break with us here at Glangrwyney Court! 251 more words


Fair tax town

I avoid going Political on this blog, except with a small ‘p’. If you sense a ‘But’ coming — you’ll be right.

But there’s a sense that the UK is gradually going down the tubes thanks to the directions taken, first, by the Coalition government in 2010, and now by the Conservative Party. 119 more words


Walking the Elan Valley

My father had a pathological fear of spending money, so my school life was a budget version of everybody else’s. While the other kids were bouncing around in air-cushioned comfort wearing whatever brand of trainer was popular at the time – Nike, Reebok, LA Gear – I was plodding about in the leftovers from the shoe shop’s bargain basket. 898 more words