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Cardiff and it’s Bay

Extreme 40 Sailing Report

Team Wales (Landrover logo) contest the start

Extreme sailing report for Saturday June 24th. Wind recorded 12 knots SW, though it must be said the gusts added 5 knots to that! Given the rain the previous day the sun shined through the high cloud. On the water the extreme 40 ‘s delighted the crowds ashore, with no real dominant boat there were wins up for grabs. Team …

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Extreme Sailing Cardiff Bay

Extreme sailing

Extreme Sailing is the name and also a very good description of the sport. The location for what is described as Act 6 is in Cardiff Bay. What is interesting about this years offering is the mixture  of sailing events with the kids sailing dinghy the optimist, in a racing program that includes 40 foot racing catamarans.  Hopefully the optimist shown here …

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Golf Club – Play in Cardiff

Peterstone Lakes Golf Club

If you are looking for a Golf Club in Cardiff or the surrounding area you are spoilt for choice. It is a wonderful experience and both local golfers and visitors all you have to do is to choose where to play. Due to the city’s location, many of the golf courses in Cardiff cover vast expanses of parkland, making for stunning views …

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Port of Cardiff

Port of Cardiff - Ariel view

The Port of Cardiff handles approximately 2.1 million tonnes of imported & exported goods annually and is one of the most important ports in the United Kingdom. Situated on the northern side of the Severn Estuary, the Port of Cardiff was first opened in the late eighteenth century and quickly became pre-eminent in the export of iron-ore. It was then …

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Protein shakes for diabetics


There has been a lot of questions posed about protein shakes for diabetics. The main reason being that diabetes in both its types needs very careful monitoring. For background to protein shakes for diabetics see this article. The monitoring of the disease takes the form looking at how much blood sugar sticks to the oxygen carrying protein in blood, haemoglobin. Lowering …

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Car Boot Sale Cardiff

Car Boot Sale - Whitchurch

Car Boot Sales in Cardiff take a bit of a boost in August with Whitchurch hospital’s announcement of its Car boot sale in the grounds of the hospital on the 10th of August. With the recent fine weather this is a good chance for the population of northern Cardiff to ‘car boot sale’ their surplus items. Pick up a barbecue, …

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Activities for Kids Cardiff Bay

Activities for kids - Cardiff Bay

Cardiff activities for kids are to be enjoyed all over the city and with so much to do, locals and visitors are really spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a great day out. A big draw to the area is the Dr Who Experience, which is one of the most popular Cardiff Bay activities for kids, as is …

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Cardiff Magistrates Court

Cardiff Magistrates Court

Cardiff Magistrates Court, postcode CF24 0RZ, is the place where the majority of cases dealing with family matter, youth offenders, lower level crime and licensing matters are heard.   Based in Fitzalan Place, Cardiff Magistrates Court deals with cases on a daily basis during its opening hours between 9.00am and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. Cardiff Magistrates Court How To Get …

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Cardiff motorists warned to expect delays as £150,000 scheme to create cycle lanes on bridge is agreed by council

Cardiff cycle lane

Motorists have been warned to expect disruption when roadworks lasting up to three months are carried out on a key city centre artery. Cardiff council’s Labour cabinet this week approved £150,000 plans to create segregated cycle lanes in both directions on Cardiff Bridge. The cycle lanes were given the go-ahead despite concerns from a committee of councillors over its cost …

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Make sure you don’t become one of the millions of people living with hepatitis


This weekend will see organisations across the world come together in order to raise awareness of hepatitis. Although many people may not be familiar with the condition, it continues to affect millions of people around the world with millions more at risk of getting the disease. Although there are many forms of the condition, hepatitis is a term used to …

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