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Car boot sales: Where to find a good one this weekend

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1. Cardiff Where: Bessemer Road, CF11 8BA When: Sunday (7am-1pm) Price for sellers: £7 per car and £10 per van Price for buyers: Free See also Car boot sales Cardiff 2. Swansea Where: Liberty Stadium, SA1 2FA When: Sunday from 5.30am for sellers and 7.15am for buyers Price for sellers: Starts at £6 for outside spaces and from £10 for …

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Track days in Cardiff

Track days

Track days Cardiff – Llandow Cardiff track days are a brilliant way to experience driving, away from the constraints of speed limits, age restrictions and vehicle style. The sensation of being thrown about strapped into a car with the specific purpose of getting round a circuit in the shortest possible time is to some almost narcotic in its attraction. The …

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Jazz Clubs and Cafe Bars in Cardiff

Jazz clubs and cafe bars in Cardiff

Cardiff Jazz Clubs and Cafe Bars This article gives an overview of Cardiff Jazz Clubs and Café bars in Cardiff as well as reviewing the major jazz festivals in South Wales. CARDIFF – LIVE EVENTS at JAZZ CLUBS – Keep a check on future Jazz Clubs and their events with this link.  Jazz Clubs  The Parkhouse club has regular jazz clubs …

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Millennium Stadium Cardiff

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Cardiff Millennium Stadium, opened in June 1999, is one of the leading sport, music concert and exhibition venues in the United Kingdom and has a fully seated capacity of 74,500 spectators over 3 tiers. Boasting the first fully retractable roof in the country, Cardiff Millennium Stadium has quickly become a world class host for such events as the English FA …

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12 Golf Courses : best in South Wales?

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Golf Courses – South Wales Wales’ first Senior Open Championship, held at Royal Porthcawl, was a great success played on one of the best golf courses in South Wales. Golf is seriously popular in south Wales so here are 12 of the best of golf courses South Wales can offer just a short drive away. All of these Golf Courses feature Wales’ …

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Driving Simulator Chairs- Risk free racing!


Driving Simulator Chairs Driving simulator chairs get described in a variety of ways: Driving simulator chairs, Driving gaming chairs, Racing simulator gaming chairs, Racing gaming chairs, Racing seat simulator, The concept though is quite simple and that is to provide a chair that simulates the driving position and the driving experience available through computer games. The chairs are compatible with …

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Meet the funeral directors: The changing face of our oldest industry

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When he first became an undertaker, nearly 40 years ago, the age-old business of death was a fairly straightforward affair for Gareth Jenkins. Family requests would revolve around flowers, hymns and dressing loved ones in their “Sunday best” for that final farewell. But at the age of 55 he now finds himself undertaking increasingly surreal tasks, like flying to Eastern …

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Spot the Dalmatians cycling around this summer

Dalmation cycle ride

There won’t be any difficulty spotting fund raisers when they take part in a bicycle ride this summer – as they will all be dressed as Dalmatians. The annual Dalmatian Bike Ride, in aid of St David’s Hospice Care, will see some 250 riders aged from 14 upwards, cover 45 miles along the canal from Brecon to Caerleon on Saturday, …

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Art Across The City: Swansea opens its latest public art exhibition

Swansea Art Across the City

Bigger isn’t always better, but in the case of this year’s Art Across The City, I’d like to think it is. During the past week, gigantic ‘things’ have been appearing across Swansea. Huge words making up powerful statements stretch across the highways and byways; ominous looking heads hover above us; elephants and life size houses have started to pop up …

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When is Easter 2014? Why does Easter change every year? Who decides when Easter is?

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The Easter story is at the very heart of Christian calendar, with celebrations taking place around the world to mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter eggs and bunnies have become a symbol of the holiday and it wouldn’t be Easter without indulging on chocolate, with supermarkets brimming with sweet treats already. But Easter Sunday falls on different dates annually, …

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