Please give up just half an hour or an hour of your time on Tuesday morning 11 March 2014 from 8am to about 9am to a protest based at the Ynys Môn end of the Menai Suspension Bridge. If you like bring white ‘radiation’ suits (cheap and disposable), placards, flags, banners. Do not block or impede traffic: we want the support not the frustration of passeers by. 11 March is the anniversary of the ongoing Fukushima nightmare. in Japan. Hitachi, the chief partner in the Wylfa scheme, were one of the contractors who built the Fukushima reactors.
• The proposal is to dump highly radioactive spent fuel which cannot be handled for c150 years…read more
They will be recruiting a number of staff between now and September 2014 when the new building opens. All applications will be processed using the University’s recruitment system.
1. Articulture. Articulture has come together with the Wye Valley River Festival, the National Eisteddfod and the Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre to offer three exciting commission opportunitites to artists of any genre who want to create small-scale, innovative…read more
Peter Boyd has been creating valuable unique sculptures for 25 years. His passion is for making inspiring forms from trees. He has a unique way with wood; his work is a powerful synthesis of the beauty of the tree and the imagination and skill of the sculptor. He is happy to work with you through all the stages of the creation to form a sculpture that has…read more
Mountain Rescuers were alerted to a report of an Avalanche over the weekend.
The Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team were alerted at 13:22hrs on Saturday to a report of an avalanche on the PYG track on Snowdon. A male in a party of two had been struck by the avalanche and was reported to be injured approximately 200m above the interchange.
With a low cloudbase, and a…read more
The majestic Herefordshire cliffs
After a brutal night of hefty winds, Britain woke up to discover that its western chunk had been sheered off and was now tossing in the north Atlantic, 150 miles off the coast of Iceland.
People in Herefordshire were first to realise the principality had been removed when they awoke to find themselves living on…read more
Promoting high-end craft is all in a day’s work for three local artisans
who have recently collaborated to bring their workshops to the ‘High Street’.
At ‘Siop iard’ in Stryd y Plas, Caernarfon, artists Ann Catrin Evans, Angela
Evans and Dave Stephen are benefiting from shoppers’ demands for a quality local
product and unique retail experience.
“We are individual artists who work together regularly as…
New Work – Oriel Ysbyty Gwynedd exhibition – Traethlinau Llanddwyn ShorelinesDate: January 16, 2014
Author: karen williams
Category: exhibitions, Llanddwyn, Llanddwyn Jewellery
Tags: jewellery, Llanddwyn, metal vessels, Oriel Ysbyty Gwynedd
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I’ve just set up the first exhibition of the work derived from my visits to Llanddwyn in the foyer of Ysbyty…read more
Natural flood defences, like felling trees into rivers to slow their flow, have proved successful
Britain should turn swathes of its upland pastures into woodland to help prevent flooding, according to a former environment minister, Lord Rooker.
He said new forests would slow flooding by trapping water with their roots.
The idea of "rewilding" the uplands is catching on fast…read more
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