Wales

Leigh Amor

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Blog posts in total 6

Posts

  1. What is it about buildings that have been abandoned and taken over by the elements that fascinate us? Remains, a new exhibition at the National Slate Museum in Llanberis, explores our fascination with how nature has taken over the old slate quarries of north Wales.

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  2. Ever wondered what it’s like to design Christmas? We spoke to Julia Berthelemy, who works for International Greetings, to find out who is behind the festive wrap and sparkle.

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  3. Robert Morgan, 39, is the fifth generation of farmer in the Morgan family working at Poundffald Farm on the Gower, just outside Swansea. Previously the farm worked with more traditional lambs and cattle but the challenge of competing with supermarket pricing made Robert seek out a more festive source of business.

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  4. A new play produced by Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru tells the fascinating story of Eileen and Trefor Beasley’s eight-year protest in the 1950s to receive their tax bill in Welsh, a struggle that left them with almost nothing.

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  5. A blog post about an immersive theatre production by Pontio and Bangor University for Bangor Science Festival.

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  6. As one of the oldest art forms, storytelling continues to be all around us today. It touches every part of our lives, in books, films, paintings, radio and television. And this Saturday marks the start of National Storytelling Week.  

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