Month: September 2021
CYCLISTS are on track to raise £15,000 for a music studio for disadvantaged children. Wrexham Sounds chairman Chris Lloyd and a group of friends and supporters will journey more than 250 miles around the mountains of North Wales from October 7-10 to garner funds for the revamped social enterprise. Chris hopes people will get behind […]Read More
The number of internet searches for eye strain advice has risen more than 150% in the past 12 months1, indicating that Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), as it is also known, is fast becoming one of the UK’s most prolific eye conditions. So as we focus on eye health in the UK for National Eye Health Week […]Read More
ThreatQuotient™, a leading security operations platform innovator, today invites the cybersecurity industry to celebrate World Rhino Day 2021. Less than 30,000 rhinos remain in the world, and the poaching crisis is not slowing down. To help bring awareness to rhino conservation efforts and to raise money for initiatives that will ensure their protection, ThreatQuotient has been an official […]Read More
Over a third of all Welsh adults (37%) feel that they are generally less healthy now, than before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a recent YouGov survey.
With almost one in three (29%) of Welsh adults in the area served by the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board reporting that they have gained weight since the start of the pandemic, the Welsh Government’s Help Us Help You campaign is keen to highlight that leading a healthier lifestyle means you are more likely to […]Read More
Eco Friendly Products – Are they worth it? Here’s Five Products We Tried Because they Were Green And Kept Using Because They Are Awesome!
For some time now, I have been on a mission to cut down on my own carbon emissions and have been looking for more eco-friendly products to help me do that. I traditionally held the view that eco-friendly products would somehow be more expensive and less effective – but in a mission to cut down […]Read More
COLEG CAMBRIA will get a world-class skills boost after being selected to join an elite training programme. The north east Wales college is one of 12 institutions to become part of the WorldSkills UK Centre of Excellence, in addition to 20 announced last autumn when the three-year pilot project was launched. The Centre of Excellence […]Read More
Sisters Demi and Megan lost their Mum in 2015 – this year, on what would have been their Mum’s 60th birthday, they have launched a campaign to spread acts of kindness and raise money for the Hospice which cared for her. Here, in their own words, they explain the campaign and why it’s so important […]Read More
Sales of bacon butties were reported to be reaching a high this week as Brits returned to school and work; many being back in the office for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic – which was greeted with great relief by Britain’s beleaguered sandwich makers. According to reports from members of The […]Read More
A TALENTED tutor has a Spring in her step after being nominated for a national title. Coleg Cambria lecturer Amanda Ellis is a finalist in the Floristry Tutor of the Year category of the British Florist Association (BFA) Industry Awards. And the college itself was shortlisted for Floristry Training Provider of the Year. Based at […]Read More
Terra Organica has been sourcing and retailing organic wines for over fifteen years. Seeking to support, promote and demystify what being truly organic means in the wine industry, their curated selections of red, white, rose and sparkling wines allow the customer to understand the story behind what they are choosing and enjoying, and why this is better for […]Read More