Monthly Archives: February 2014

Welsh Musings 2

One of the good parts of being in a new place is being given the gift of space. Fortunately, for me the Church of England and the Church in Wales allow a gap between incumbencies. At the moment, I have … Continue reading

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drist i fod yn Saesneg

I am delighted to be in Wales. It is an amazing place. The national anthem sung by rugby fans already makes the hairs of the back of my neck stand on end. The poetry and the passion of the people … Continue reading

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Power of the Sea

I admit it. I love the coast. It is probably a good job having moved to Trearddur Bay, near the ancient fort of St Cybi; Holyhead (Caergybi). I have “enjoyed” seeing the sea batter the rocks and walls over the … Continue reading

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A brief thought from Wales

So moved from an English urban metropolis to the North Wales coast. So far, so good. On Tuesday, we had no landline, broadband, cooker or TV… and the first train out of Holyhead said Birmingham New Street. The boy was … Continue reading

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