Monday, 28 February 2011

It's Published!

2011 seems to be galloping away with March almost upon us already, but spring does not seem to be in the air - well not just yet! Let's hope it is just around the corner.

Today copies of The Story of Pembrokeshire arrived, just in time to celebrate St David's Day. I am absolutely delighted with it, especially the two sets of sixteen pages of colour photographs, which have come out a treat. Well done to Myrddin ap Dafydd and his team at Gwasg Carreg Gwalch for an excellent production. Pembrokeshire is a county that has a unique blend of history, legends and notorious characters. Where in the midst of commercialism can one find peace, tranquility and a paradise for nature lovers? Where else, but Pembrokeshire; an area that rose from the sea over a thousand million years ago, and has since played host to pagan warriors, Celtic fort-builders, Welsh princes, swashbuckling pirates, Manx shear-waters and the Grey Atlantic seal. I urge everyone to explore the county and enjoy its beauty.
I spend a super evening recently in the company of Southampton Writers when I shared some hints and tips on writing and placing articles. Thank you Southampton Writers for making me so welcome and I am looking forward to a return visit on April to judge their article writing competition.
Preparations of the Stickler Syndrome Support Group conference in well underway. This time we are holding it at a Barcelo hotel in Daventry and have just returned after spending a delightful few days in the area.

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