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Halloween Costumes Ideas for Cardiff

Halloween costumes

Halloween as nearly everybody knows is on 31 October, and for that you need to choose from a selection of Halloween costumes. The name is in fact a shortened version of all Hallows Eve. It is believed that the origins of Halloween go back to ancient Celtic belief that the samhain another name for ‘the summers and’  represented the beginning of …

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Cardiff chef’s idea – try cooking chicken in a dishwasher?

dishwasher chicken

An award winning chef has developed his own answer to fears of washing raw chicken – he’s serving up breasts fully cooked in a dishwasher. Dishwasher chicken is heading for the summer menu at Moksh, the popular Cardiff Bay restaurant which specialises in Indian cuisine with a technological twist. Stephen Gomes is already known locally as Heston Blumen-”dhal” – 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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Father’s Day in Cardiff

cardiff pitch and putt

Father’s Day in Cardiff Father’s Day in Cardiff is a great chance for all the family to spend some time together and do something special for Dad. With lots of places to go, things to do and fun to be had, Cardiff is definitely the place to spend it! On Father’s Day in Cardiff every year there are always several …

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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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Hay Festival: 10 dos and dont’s

Hay festival

What to wear, what to eat, celeb spotting, the free concerts, the town itself… how to make the most of your visit 5 dos 1. Remember to bring your tickets or if you’re picking them up on site factor in the time it will take to get them. It’s busy 2. Take the time to relax between talks , take …

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What’s on in Wales: 5 things to do today


Make the most of the spring sunshine, with our round-up of events and activities in Wales today (Thursday, May 15). 1. Herbs for Beginners at The Veg Box Centre, Cwmbran If you’re looking for some gardening advice and want to learn how to grow your own herbs, then you’ll want to attend this two-hour workshop. The Veg Box Centre will …

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20 things to do in Wales this May bank holiday weekend


There’s plenty happening over the three-day weekend, so we’ve put together a few of our favourites to get you started. Here’s our round-up of 20 of the best things to do in Wales: 1. Machynlleth Comedy Festival Friday, May 2 – Sunday, May 4 Get giggling with the Machynlleth Comedy Festival this weekend. Now in its fifth year, there’s a …

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Video: Watch chainsaw sculptor Adam in action ahead of first UK exhibition

  He’s enjoyed commercial success and held numerous exhibitions in Australia but Welsh chainsaw artist Adam Humphreys is feeling a little nervous as he prepares for his first show in his homeland. The 26-year-old started carving five years ago and is now excitedly counting down to his exhibition in the family home – among the romantic Norman ruins of Usk …

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Ex-Suede guitarist’s sympathy for Welsh singer Duffy after her music career stalled

Ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler has said he has sympathy for Welsh singer Duffy after her music career stalled – despite her firing him. The legendary indie musician and songwriter co-produced and performed on soul siren Duffy’s 2008 Grammy-winning debut album Rockferry, but played no part in 2010’s less successful follow-up Endlessly. She has yet to release a third album, but …

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