Monthly Archives: November 2010

100 years and then…

In 1794 John Williams of Llangua took his first breathe. And in 1894 he shuffled off this mortal coil. Yet in 2010, 216 years since he was born He was noticed once more. What sort of life did he lead that … Continue reading

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antagonising and procrastinating

I have now completed a full twelve hours of procrastinating. I have achieved much. Written a  1000 word case study. Made and received several phone calls, checked innumerable emails including my spam box. Added a widget creating a category word … Continue reading

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A riot of artists met together at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff  last week to discuss sustainability in the arts in Wales. No, not how to get more funding, about contributing to a sustainable One Planet, One Wales. Organised by a … Continue reading

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poetry in the sky

Walking along Offa’s Dyke Path at Hatterall Hill, I spotted an outdoor poem. Author is a first world war poet Edward Thomas.  I trust he is content with this stolen rendition. As far as I know, it isn’t a call for … Continue reading

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