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G is for Grangetown

Originally posted on We Are Cardiff:
Katie Hamer is on a quest to uncover her own A – Z of Cardiff. Today she’s off to Grangetown, where she’s having a look around the Shree Swaminarayan Mandir temple. Join her below!   G is…

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A-Z of Cardiff – F is for St Fagans …

Originally posted on We Are Cardiff:
Writer Katie Hamer is busily discovering parts of the city and revealing them through her We Are Cardiff series, the A-Z of what makes Cardiff special to her. She’ll be sharing the parts of the city she finds…

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A-Z of Cardiff – E is for Ely …

Originally posted on We Are Cardiff:
Writer Katie Hamer is busily discovering parts of the city and revealing them through her We Are Cardiff series, the A-Z of what makes Cardiff special to her. She’ll be sharing the parts of the city she finds…

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A-Z of Cardiff – D is for Daleks …

Originally posted on We Are Cardiff:
Writer Katie Hamer is busily discovering parts of the city and revealing them through her We Are Cardiff series, the A-Z of what makes Cardiff special to her. She’ll be sharing the parts of the city she finds…

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A-Z of Cardiff – C is for Cardiff Castle …

Originally posted on We Are Cardiff:
Writer Katie Hamer is busily discovering parts of the city and revealing them through her We Are Cardiff series, the A-Z of what makes Cardiff special to her. She’ll be sharing the parts of the city she finds…

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A-Z of Cardiff – B is for Bute Park …

Originally posted on We Are Cardiff:
Writer Katie Hamer is busily discovering parts of the city and revealing them through her We Are Cardiff series, the A-Z of what makes Cardiff special to her. She’ll be sharing the parts of the city she finds…

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November 21st Colour Art

Today’s exercise is inspired by the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Gardens in St. Ives, Cornwall. These Sculture Gardens opened posthumously in 1976 to showcase Hepworth’s art in what is perhaps the most perfect position, her home studios in St. Ives. Placed … Continue reading

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