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Aberystwyth Train Feet From Disaster

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Wednesday, October 29, 2008 0 comments
RAIL authorities were investigating last night how a train apparently went through a red light on a crossing, narrowly missing a gas tanker and a dad pushing a pram.

The near miss happened at Llanbadarn Fawr, near Aberystwyth, around 11.10am on Tuesday last week while the barriers were up, but only became public yesterday.

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My Name Is Bruce Starring Bruce Campbell

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Wednesday, October 29, 2008 0 comments
My Name Is Bruce

Watch the movie trailer...

My Name Is Bruce opens in the U.S. in limited release on October 31; As yet no release is scheduled in the U.K. yet, but you can be amongest the first to watch it at the Aberystwyth Abertoir Film Festival on November 16, at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

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Starring B movie cult actor Bruce Campbell

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BBC National Orchestra of Wales Venues 2008

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 28, 2008 0 comments
FOUR venues will receive a visit from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, November 6.
Prichard Jones Hall, Bangor, November 7.
Williams Aston Hall, Wrexham, November 8.
Venue Cymru, Llandudno, November 9.

Tickets are available from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
Tel: 0800 052 1812.

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Bronglais Hospital £30m modernisation Plans

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 28, 2008 0 comments

The £30m development will be funded by the Welsh Assembly Government, and will establish a clinical decisions unit, three new operating theatres, a new A&E unit, a new maternity ward and improvements to the outpatients’ department.

Hywel Dda NHS Trust, which runs the hospital, is currently developing a detailed design of the new facilities and hopes to submit a full business case to the Assembly Government by the end of next summer.

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Hallowe'en Book-signing At Waterstone's 2008

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Monday, October 27, 2008 0 comments
A History of
Magic and Witchcraft
in Wales


Friday 31 October 2008
3p.m. - 6p.m.

Wales had a rich gallery of magical specialists (prophets, cunning-men, charmers, etc.), including many who were suspected of harmful witchcraft.
Richard Suggett examines all types of magical specialists, including those regarded as beneficial as well as harmful. Popular belief in witchcraft in Wales did not decline with the abolition of the Witchcraft Acts in 1736.
Indeed belief in witchcraft became darker in form and was transformed into a novel form of cursing - the use of cursing wells available to everyone.

Published by The History Press
ISBN: 978-0-7524-2826-0

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Deep Blue At Aberystwyth Arts Centre October 30 & 31

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Saturday, October 25, 2008 0 comments
EMERGING professional dancers from across Europe who have been working with professional choreographers are staging their work in Wales.

Deep Blue to be shown at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on October 30 and 31 and Diversions Dance House at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff on November 3 and 4.

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Equine Science Graduate Banned From Keeping Horses

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Saturday, October 25, 2008 0 comments
A "DELUDED" horse nutritionist who left mares and colts at her failing stud farm malnourished and in filthy stables was banned from keeping horses for two years – as the RSPCA announced an investigation into conditions at her new farm in Spain.

Jenkins said in interview she has a BSc in equine science from Aberystwyth University and had run the stables for 18 years, the court was told.

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MFI Management Buy Out Upto 70% Off

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Thursday, October 23, 2008 0 comments
MFI are offering upto 70% off at stores closing under the management buy out. With a further 10% off this weekend, thats upto 80% off.

This sounds like a great discount if your looking for some new furniture for the home.

Stores included in the management buy out:
Aberystwyth, Ashford, Ashton, Aylesbury, Ayr, Bangor, Barnstaple, Barrow in furness, Basingstoke, Blackburn, Bletchley, Bootle, Boston, Bridgend, Bury, Caerphilly, Carlise, Carmarthen, Charlton, Chester, Christchurch, Clydebank, Coventry, Cromer, Culverhouse Cross, Darlington, Dudley, Dumfries, Falkirk, Friern Barnet, Glenrothes, Gloucester, Grimsby, Hayes, Hereford, Highgate, Isle of Wight, Keighley, Kettering, Kidderminster, Kilmarnock, Lancaster, Leamington, Leeds, Livingston, Londonderry, Luton, Macclesfield, Mansfield, Middlesborough, Newbury, Newry, Nuneaton, Oldham, Oxford, Perth, Pollockshaws, Rochdale, Scunthorpe, Sollihull, Southend, Southport, Speke, St Austell, St Helens, Stafford, Stockport, Straiton, Sunderland, Tamworth, Taunton, Telford, Torquay, Tunbridge Wells, Wallasey, Waltham Abbey, Warrington, Wembley, Wigan, Workington, Wrexham, Yeovil.

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Aberystwyth Petrol Pump Prices Get The Latest News On Fuel

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Wednesday, October 22, 2008 2 comments
On my way to work today I needed to buy petrol for the car, on passing Llanrhystud petrol station I noticed the price of £104.9 per liter of petrol... Mmmm I thought to myself, I'm sure on leaving town last night the Shell garage in Mill Street was £102.9 per litre, that's a saving of around 8p per gallon. That's quit a difference I'm sure you will all agree.

To cut a long story short I brought in Mill Street, first time in years I have brought fuel here.

Anyway, I then thought wouldn't it be great if you could compare all the fuel prices in the local area from one place. Well I did a search on the Internet and came up with this great site called www.whatgas.com, which allows you to search for the price of fuel throughout the UK. The neat thing is it also allows you to add a map your website using HTML, showing all the petrol stations in your local area, where anyone can add the latest price of fuel and compare prices.

We are all trying to save money in the credit crunch! Hopefully this will be a useful addition to the site, please take a look at Aberystwyth petrol prices, remember to bookmark the page and tell your friends about it.

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India’s Moon Mission & Sophisticated X-ray Camera

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 21, 2008 0 comments
India’s first mission to the Moon, experts from Aberystwyth University have contributed a sophisticated X-ray camera – due to play an integral part of the maiden voyage.

The camera, called C1XS, was designed and built at the STFC Space Science and Technology Department in the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory at Didcot, Oxfordshire.

Professor Manuel Grande, head of the Solar Systems Physics Group at the Institute of Mathematics and Physics at Aberystwyth, led a two-day meeting of experts working on the project last week before flying out to India.

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Tintern Abbey, Town of Books, Dylan Thomas & Aberystwyth

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 21, 2008 0 comments
We then found our way to Aberystwyth on the west coast, stopping in Solva, near St. David's, site of St. David's Cathedral and the adjoining ruins of the Bishop's Palace.

Aberystwyth is the home of a branch of the University of Wales and of the National Library. We parked the car and hopped on to a train for a three-hour trip north. Trains are a great way to see Wales, if you can be flexible enough to adjust to railroad schedules. There are myriad choices, of routes and train types.

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Forestry Commission's New Head Of Tree Health Research

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 21, 2008 0 comments
Forestry Commission chose Dr Hugh Evans, head of the tree health division at its Forest Research agency, to spearhead plans for the centre in Aberystwyth, Wales. Dr Evans will focus on biosecurity and support the commission’s plant-health service, which aims to protect Britain’s forests and woods from pests and diseases.

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Bulldozers Moved on Llanbadarn Campus

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 21, 2008 0 comments
This week the bulldozers moved in on Aberystwyth University's Llanbadarn Campus halls of residence, home to so many students over the years. The demolition of the halls is expected to take many weeks.

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Castell y Bere Round Tower and Well IMG_3841

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Sunday, October 19, 2008 0 comments

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Castell y Bere Round Tower and Well IMG_3841

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Roman Barracks Caerleon IMG_1179

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 14, 2008 0 comments

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Kanda New Representative Of Xeltek's Industry Leader Universal Device Programmers UK

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 14, 2008 0 comments
Kanda is also the company who defined the 10-way interface standard for in-system AVR programmers which was adopted and commoditized by the other companies. Kanda's expertise in device programming industry merging with Xeltek's high quality & ultra-fast programmers will provide an irresistible experience to its customers in UK.

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National Gallery For Wales Is On Hold

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 14, 2008 0 comments
Heritage Minister Alun Ffred Jones "In the short term though, we want to do all that we can to ensure that our art collections can be enjoyed by as many people as possible, across the country," he said. Extra money will go to three regional galleries in Aberystwyth, Cardiff and Llandudno as well as the National Museum Cardiff. Where would you locate the National Gallery for Wales, post your comments below.

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CCTV To Identify Smugglers & Terrorists By Their Look

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 14, 2008 0 comments
A new surveillance system that analyses facial behaviour and temperature to identify law breakers is being developed at Aberystwyth and Bradford Universities. Facial behaviours will be isolated by sophisticated image processing equipment and analysed by computer to rapidly highlight people who may be unusually agitated, possibly because they are involved in illegal behaviour, such as smuggling, or have some malicious intent. If you would like to comment on this article or any others please post below.

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KBA's DriveTronic Simultaneous Plate Changing System

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Monday, October 13, 2008 0 comments
Cambrian Printers an Aberystwyth-based company has invested in a 10-unit Rapida 106 with KBA's DriveTronic simultaneous plate changing system. Cambrian's £6m spend, which also included a Heidelberg XL press bought 18 months ago, will help solidify the company's future. Managing director and chairman Robert Read said: "It would be foolish to suggest that we are in a strong position, but we are certainly in a stronger position than many and this investment will help us build on that. "We have been extending more into the colour market and this is an interesting development for the business. If it is successful, we could be looking to continue in this kind of investment."

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Calls For First Vet Training College In Aber

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Monday, October 13, 2008 0 comments
Wales, uniquely in the UK, has no training facilities and student vets are forced to study elsewhere despite the importance of agriculture to the Welsh economy. The need for skilled vets has been highlighted by recent disease outbreaks and there are concerns the profession is unable to fill posts without employing foreign practitioners.

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Menai Straites Anglesey North Wales

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Wednesday, October 08, 2008 0 comments

Picture of the Menai Straites, Anglesey, North Wales. Across the water you see many leisure boats with the coastline of Caernarfonshire on the horizon, Snowdonia is to the right (but out of shot).

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Groundbreaking Treatment For Lifesaving TB Vaccine A Step Closer

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Wednesday, October 08, 2008 0 comments
Researchers at Aberystwyth University, following a number of years of investment by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), have licensed ground-breaking research to a non-profit product development partnership working to develop new, more effective vaccines against Tuberculosis (TB). This development will give hope that significantly better prevention and treatment of TB will be available within the next few years.The Aeras Global TB Vaccine Foundation, which was founded to develop new, cost-effective TB vaccines for use in the developing world, has licensed a discovery of a protein that is able to 'wake up' dormant Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria that cause TB. The research and the fundamental knowledge that came out of it could be used to develop a vaccine that either stops infecting TB bacteria from taking hold or, for the one in every three people world-wide who are already carrying a latent TB infection, prevents dormant bacteria from 'waking up'. Another possible strategy could be to deliberately 'wake up' dormant bacteria in a controlled way so they can be destroyed with antibiotics.In the late 1990s, researchers funded by BBSRC discovered a new family of proteins that were able to resuscitate bacteria found harmlessly in and around the human body. When 'awoken' from dormancy the bacteria were then much more susceptible to attack from antibiotics. The team led by Professors Mike Young and Doug Kell at Aberystwyth University together with Prof Arseny Kaprelyants of the Bakh Institute of Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, identified the gene in the bacterium that produced the protein and went on to discover the corresponding genes in M. tuberculosis. This research has now been licensed by Aeras after years of development. Aeras plans to take its recombinant BCG (AERAS-407) vaccine, based in part on the Aberystwyth work, to clinical trial in 2009.Prof Young, now based in Aberystwyth University's newly formed Institute of Biological, Rural and Environmental Studies, said: "Current TB treatments can go on for over six months and can still leave bacteria in the body that can cause the disease when they resume active growth and multiplication. Our discovery, which is now being developed into a vaccine, might help prevent the establishment of persistent infections in the first place or, alternatively, it might prevent persisting organisms in individuals with latent TB from reawakening at all."TB kills around 1.7 million people around the world every year. I hope that our research will now be rapidly translated into a vaccine that can help as many of these people as possible."Dr Alf Game, BBSRC Deputy Director of Research, said: "This discovery came out of research in the basic biology of a different bacterium. It shows that we need to strive to understand the fundamental workings of the world around us and from that we can identify how to tackle challenges, such as dangerous diseases, that we all face."

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Llanina Woods South Of New Quay West Wales

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Wednesday, October 08, 2008 0 comments

Llanina Woods IMG_3549, originally uploaded by aberystwyth-online.

A plan of Llanina woods and its walks, this poster explains the wildlife you can exspect to see along the way and its history.

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Radio Bronglais Needs Volunteers Or It Could Go Off Air

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Monday, October 06, 2008 0 comments
Radio Bronglais in Aberystwyth desperately needs volunteer presenters as well as technical, office and fundraising staff. The station has provided music, entertainment and information to staff, patients and visitors for 37 years.

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The Abertoir Horror Festival Well Worth Publicising

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Sunday, October 05, 2008 0 comments
From 12th-16th November,the Aberystwyth Arts Centre in Wales will play host to a rather special film fest. Here, over 20 films will be screened, with book signings, music, theatre and special guests joining forces over 5 frantic days. Do not forget to register above by adding your e-mail address, by doing so you will be notified of new content to this blog and please tell your friends about it.

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Abergavenny Museum IMG_2225

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National Library Of Wales £20 Million Digitisation Project

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Saturday, October 04, 2008 0 comments
The National Library of Wales has started a new initiative to digitise parts of its collection and make them available on the internet. Under the £20 million project, a host of new resources will be made available to businesses and individual users, the BBC reports.

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Aberaeron Aerial Photograph West Wales

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Harbour Master Aberaeron

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New Quay Cottages West Wales

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Thursday, October 02, 2008 0 comments

A photograph from the New Qauy harbour wall, looking South you see the beach and terraced cottages over looking Cardigan Bay.

New Quay is a popular holiday destination during the summer months, with a couple of large caravan sites and selfcatering cottages for rent.

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Cash Strapped Powys Plunges Streets Into Darkness

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Wednesday, October 01, 2008 0 comments
SIR – I would like to endorse Mr Thain’s letter (September 23) regarding the switch-off of many street lights in Powys. The authority has most certainly put us all back into the Dark Ages.Will Ceredigion follow the Powys lead in saving money by turning off street light? I guess we will have to wait and see.

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Cyclists Raising Diabetes Diagnosis Awareness

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Wednesday, October 01, 2008 0 comments
A TEAM of cyclists from HSBC bank will this week complete a 500-mile tour of Wales raising funds for diabetes research and information. The eight-day trek involves the four cyclists travelling from Cardiff to Caernarfon and back again via Newtown, Llandudno, Aberystwyth, Carmarthen, and a number of other towns.

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