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Cwmbran Life Candidates Piece

Anthony was in Cwmbran Life today: Anthony was asked to answer this question- You should vote for me in the Llantarnam election because– and this is his answer. I’m Anthony Bird. You should vote for me in the Llantarnam election Because… I’m a hard worker with a proven track record of dealing for the people of Cwmbran. I’ve lived in the centre of Cwmbran for almost eight years after starting a family in 2014, and in the past I’ve worked as a bartender, cleaner, croupier. I’ve also worked in public relations, both in the private and public sector, as well as managing my own public affairs consultancy. Most recently I’ve been working in publishing, writing and editing for various publications, as well as finishing my first book. Coupled with my professional work, I’ve been a member of Cwmbran Community Council for five years, including two as Chairman of the Council. In that time I’ve delivered for Cwmbran by: Funding the defibrillator at Cwmbran Boating Lake. ( read about

Sindy Annual 1989

Welsh UFO Sightings 1869

Welsh UFO sightings from 1869. For sightings from other years please click HERE . PRESS April Tenby The Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser of 28th April 1869 reported that a local young man had been taken in by a youth wearing a white sheet pretending to be a ghost. Another local man claimed to have seen the devil. - PRESS May Church Street, Llangollen A ghost was heard speaking Welsh and English in the chimney and letterbox of a house. It turned out to be a servant girl 'gifted with ventriloquial powers'. (Reports from Cambrian News 22/05/1869 and Western Mail 19/05/1869.) PRESS Ebenezer Chapel, Pontnewynydd An alleged ghost attracted large crowds in July 1869. - PRESS 17th December 1869 Llanfihangell-Ar-Arth Sarah Jacobs, the so called Welsh fasting girl, died at the age of 12. To her supporters she was a miracle child who had eaten nothing for over two years, sustained on religious faith alo

Supersonic Magazine Guide

Supersonic was a monthly magazine launched in March 1976; it lasted 26 issues. There were also three annuals, for 1977, 1978 and 1979. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 xx xx 1977 1978 1979 x Issues - #1. March 1976. ( 1 | ? | ? | 18 | back ) #2. April 1976. #3. May 1976. #4. June 1976. ( 1 | 8 | 15 ) #5. July 1976. #6. August 1976. ( 1 | 8 | 15 | 20 | 28 | back ) #7. September 1976. #8. October 1976. ( 1 | Screemer | David Essex back cover ) #9. November 1976. ( back ) #10. December 1976. ( 1 | 15 | 18 | 31 ) #11. January 1977. ( ? ) #12. February 1977. Starsky and Hutch. ( 1 | 7 | 8 | 15 | 20 | 28 ) #13. March 1977. ( ABBA back cover ) *Fan merged with this issue. #14. April 1977. ( 1 | 11 | 12 | 23 ) #15. May 1977. #16. June 1977. #17. July 1977. #18. August 1977. #19. September 1977. #20. October 1977. #21. November 1977. #22. Dec

Sindy Annual 1987

Life in Plastic - 03/04/2022

- So I figured it was time I shake up the format of my weekly round up post, it's been more or less the same since I established this blog way back in 2015... I tried making doll earrings for the first time this week and was really pleased with how they turned out. You can check out my range of hoops HERE . I also made a bunch more rings, badges, and wound a lot of mini glass jars in twine ready to fill them with plants. I've cross posted some stock to Etsy and eBay, and added international postage options to the site too. Next week I've got some pouring silicone arriving to make some more complex molds. The siligum works really well for small detailed items, but I find it doesn't do so great on simple lines for frames and boxes. Hopefully the new molds will come out better and this time next Sunday you'll see a whole bunch of new resin products ready for sale! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Life in Plastic (@lifeinplasticu