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I hinted at this coming up in my last posting but I didn’t want to steal the thunder away from what is also a great and tough charity event. On the 24th May I set off to cycle the length … Continue reading
On May-day Saturday I plan to return to Llanfoist near Abergavenny and take part in a charity cycling event called Tumble Up 4 Life to raise money for Cancer Research UK. The goal is to ride up The Blorenge aka … Continue reading
Well let’s all hope so, although I have a feeling it may be wet and cold a bit yet before it properly gets there. It was great to get out into some sunshine with no biting wind. Here’s a short … Continue reading
The Milk Race, 1993, Briton, Ben Luckwell (Team Raleigh Banana) steams to victory in Leicester at the end of a 165km stage in the English Midlands.
The most southern of the peaks over 3000ft catalogued by Sir Hugh Munro , Ben Lomond rises out of the east side of the tranquil and deep waters of the loch by the same name. A peak within easy access … Continue reading
I found this print again the other day whilst having a rummage for something else. Given the current liking for digital effects filters such as Instagram and as of today, Twitter, offer and the superficial similarity with the way this … Continue reading
On Monday 3rd December, in Cardiff, protesters from Disabled People Against Cuts spelled out their message for International Day of People with Disability on the pavement, in front of the statue of NHS founder, Aneurin Bevan. Protesters claim that Atos … Continue reading