One collapsible top hat, one fez, one St Paul’s school blazer, two journals of film reviews, one frayed Union Jack flag, one marriage contract, two ‘Sunny Memories’ photograph albums…. For more than forty years my parents have taken care of these fragments of lives long past, even though there is no family connection. They came […]
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Underage Identity Theft on World Book Night

Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 04/03/11


Aberystwyth small shopkeepers are in turmoil. They’ve let their usual scapegoat of charity outlets (paying reduced rates and inflated prices, apparent …

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