Month: February 2021

Chef Angela Gray backs launch of City Hospice’s Welsh Cake Wednesday – with her Delicious Recipe for Welsh Cakes

Renowned Welsh chef Angela Gray has backed City Hospice’s launch of Welsh Cake Wednesday. Angela, who runs a popular cookery school at Llanerch Vineyard, is supporting the initiative and has released her own special welsh cake recipe for people to recreate. Welsh Cake Wednesday creates opportunities for people to come together to talk and support […]

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Must Have Skincare ‘Ingredients’ for Sensitive Skin

Consumers are increasingly viewing skin health like they do their diet according to new research1, so what does that mean for those of us with sensitive skin?  Spikes in people looking for the must-have skincare ‘ingredients’ are a clear indication that people are looking to ‘feed their skin the right things’ versus being swayed by […]

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Coleg Cambria will pilot dance programme for people living with Parkinson’s

COLEG CAMBRIA is to pilot a dance programme for people with Parkinson’s disease. Led by National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales) the free virtual classes will be for those living with the condition, as well as carers, family, and friends. As part of an affiliated hub of English National Ballet’s Dance for Parkinson’s programme, the initiative was […]

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Rise in social businesses as more people look to give back to communities in pandemic

WREXHAM has experienced a surge in social enterprise start-ups during the Coronavirus pandemic. More and more people have re-evaluated their futures and taken the decision to launch a business with social objectives and values, particularly those who were furloughed or at-risk of losing their jobs due to the Covid-19 pandemic. A report by Social Business […]

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This Is Not Just Any Meal Planner…M&S Launches Kids’ Half Term Meal Planner FULL Of Healthy Lunch & Snack Inspiration

New meal planner includes five nutritious lunches and five snacks for two kids for under £20 following customer praise for January planner In January, M&S launched a £20 kids’ breakfast and lunch meal planner for families feeding their children during the week at home.  The purse-friendly, easy to follow ideas and nutritional guidance for kids was met […]

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100kForHobbsy challenge to support local hospice charity

A community fundraising challenge featuring over two hundred and fifty members of Rhiwbina Rugby Club, together with the support of many from Tetbury RFC and Whitchurch RFC, will support City Hospice in February. The 100kForHobbsy challenge was launched in support of Dai Hobbs, the vice-chair of Rhiwbina RFC, following his diagnosis of pancreatic cancer at […]

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Pizza restaurant owner breaks up with Just Eat in a Poem for Valentine’s Day

Video of Ryan Lynch ending his relationship with Just Eat emerges after he battled the aggregator for months, as experts calculate Just Eat, Deliveroo and UberEats take £6.6m from UK restaurants on the most romantic day of the year Just Eat, Deliveroo and UberEats took an estimated £6.6m from UK restaurants on Valentine’s Day alone, […]

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More Than reveals that Cardiffians are most likely to overfeed their pets compared to rest of UK

Brits’ changing lifestyle habits are taking a toll on pets’ weight and risk long-term health complications for our furry friends, according to MORE THAN. Snacking and unhealthy diets are revealed as one of the main pet health issues, with almost two in five (38%) pet owners in Cardiff confessing to feeding their pets more treats […]

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February is Low Vision Awareness Month – Essential tips on common causes and how to avoid them

With February marking Low Vision Awareness Month, as well as Valentine’s Day, vision specialist Essilor.co.uk is encouraging people to show their eyes some love with some proactive steps to prevent low vision. More than two million people in the UK are estimated to be living with some form of sight loss and it is predicted […]

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Wrexham languages student has polyglot a place at one of world’s leading universities

A COLEG CAMBRIA student has polyglot a place at one of the world’s leading universities. Emma Hinde has received an offer to study Spanish and German at Oxford from October. Emma, 18, from Wrexham, also received interest from Russell Group universities but has her heart set on attending the elite institution. Her natural flair for […]

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