Blog posts by year and month September 2009

Posts (42)

  1. Bands from North Wales who have achieved any kind of commercial success or artistic recognition are few and far between. They're like gossip magazine covers that aren't blighted by airbrushed gormfests of P*ter *ndre or K*tie Pric*. That rare. Shudder. For today, at least, we'll focus on...

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  2. The weather has been on top form in Wales recently with very little if any rain for almost a fortnight. A cold front will bring a little rain today but things are looking up again later this week. High pressure bringing another dose of fine, settled weather and some sunshine. Today is the Au...

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  3. Latest report from Ramsey Island courtesy of the RSPB: Every autumn between 400 to 500 white-coated pups are born on the island's beaches and in its caves, by mid September this year there were over 100 pups to be seen on the island's beaches. Each year the RSPB follows the progress of pups bo...

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  4. Times is hard. Everybody's saying so. So, each little bargain eases the burden on your pennies and helps alleviate the gloom. That's why, when an event or a release merits it, I'm going to do my best to point you in the direction of the best FREE music you can enjoy from North Wales. There are...

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  5. One of Europe's rarest bats has been found at a site in Wales. The lone, male bat has been discovered residing in Pembrokeshire, 100km west of earlier recorded sites much to everyone's surprise. Find out more on BBC News

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  6. Hope you all had a nice weekend and made the most of the sunshine. The butterflies in my garden certainly did. I've never seen so many! There seems to be an abundance lot of painted ladies and red admirals flying around currently busily fighting for territory with the wasps, bees and hover fli...

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  7. Well the current dry weather is the longest dry spell we've had in Wales since late May/early June. Last weekend was gorgeous with plenty of blue skies and super September sunshine but this weekend the weather pattern is a little more complicated. Pressure is now falling and a weak cold fron...

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  8. Maureen Jenner got in touch with us to let us know about all the wildlife activity in her neck of the woods in Ferryside, Camarthenshire.

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  9. Bae Fest is a free one-day beach festival taking place on Swansea Bay, on Saturday, 19 September 2009. The event is all in aid of charity and prmoises to be a great day out for the whole family.

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  10. The International Space Station has been visible in the skies this week! Mike Davies from Neath saw it on 12 September and filmed it flying over. Here's a frame grab from the video: There's another opportunity to see it tonight cloud permitting. Look for a bright moving star-li...

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