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Swansea 2008 By Nigel Williams
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A 'warts-and-all' photographic journey around the centre of Wales' second city on one day in September 2008.
Seaside Swansea By Emily Dougherty
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This is a collection of photographs taken in Swansea, Wales.
Travel Journal Swansea By E Locken
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Travel Journal Swansea - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Swansea, Wales. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
Swansea's Commemorative Wares By A & G Tanner
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Swansea's Commemorative wares. This wonderful work shows many printed patterns that were made in South Wales that relate to specific events in history.
Are You Happy With That? By People Seeking Sanctuary in Wales
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A collection of poems, stories, and opinions from Afghanistan Albania Algeria Angola Austria Burundi Cameroon Chile Congo Ethiopia England France Germany Guinea Kenya Kurdistan Iraq Iran Lebanon... More > Liberia Macedonia Mali Rwanda Sierra Leone Sudan Syria Uganda Wales Zimbabwe. 35 writers are seeking or have sought sanctuary in the UK. Ten others are friends of sanctuary-seekers. All proceeds go to refugee charities in Wales. Front cover: Tarek Tuma (Syria/London), 'Portrait of Hamza Bakkour'. Back cover: Humberto Gatica (Chile/Swansea), from a photomontage in his 'Memory Tree' series. ISBN 978-0-9569473-76. More Hafan Books at< Less
Love For Ever Meridian By John Dotson
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California poet John Dotson travels to the home of Dylan Thomas in Wales, explores Dylan's environment, reads poetry at the Dylan Thomas Center, meets with Dylan's daughter Aeronway, and describes... More > the experiences in a literary journal.< Less
Thomas Rothwell By A & G Tanner
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This is the third book written by Arleen and Grahame Tanner. They have been collecting and writing about early blue printed pottery for over forty years with particular attention to those... More > wares produced in South Wales. This new book explains the importance of the engraver in the transfer printing process and charts the history of one of the most famous engravers of all time; Thomas Rothwell< Less
Behind the Smile - the Story of Lek, a Bar Girl In Pattaya: Book Six: The Dream By Owen Jones
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The Dream takes up the story of Lek, her family and friends from two years further down the line. In the past, it has always been Lek who issued the ultimata, but the story opens with her having... More > received one and it throws her. She is offered the fulfilment of her oldest dream, but can she take it? The fulfilment of any dream requires sacrifices, but is Lek prepared to make them now that her goal is within her grasp? It is a tough one, which means a hard time for her, although her family and friends are behind her as always. Which way will she go? The instinct to follow her dream and the inertia of a comfortable life in the village, as she gets older vie for supremacy in her mind. As is usual in this series, nothing is hidden from the reader, we are privy to all of Lek's agonizing thoughts.< Less
Zola's Story By Zola Gidi
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Zola Gidi came to the UK from South Africa with her boyfriend in 1991. By 1997, she was settled in Swansea, Wales, with a job, a flat and the medical care she needed. Suddenly the Home Office... More > threatened her with deportation. Zola's many friends in Swansea rallied round. The local paper, the South Wales Evening Post campaigned for her right to stay. Charities including Swansea Bay Asylum Seekers Support Group, the Immigration Advisory Service, and Asylum Justice, made sure she got the expert legal advice she needed to fight the Home Office decision. Zola was finally allowed to stay, though only after difficult years of uncertainty, insecurity and fear. In this book she tells her story in her own words. She tells how eventually she was able to take British Citizenship, at a moving ceremony, and then was able to travel to see her family in South Africa, for the first time in many years, no longer fearful that she would not be let back into the UK. Zola's story: sometimes, kindness and friendship do win!< Less
Urgent! Pocket Money Required By Beatrice Holloway
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Rhys and Giddy have to raise money to afford going to London to watch Wales play Rugby at Twickenham. Will they do it? And how do they save April from having to move to Swansea?

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