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A Greek Tragedy
A Greek Tragedy
The Royal Bank of Scotland, 84% owned by UK taxpayers, has invested £1.5 billion in the latest Greek Tragedy. Evidently Uk's small businesses were too risky to lend our money to, but these banking geniuses found this great opportunity to invest in.
Days of Love
Days of Love
Our 14 Days of Love campaign brought huge recognition to many of The Best of Wrexhams enterprising clients. There is no stronger marketing tool, paticularly on the internet, than Testimonials.
Wrexhams Master Chainsaw Carver, Simon O'Rorke, was chosen to create a special tribute to Environmentalist, Cliff Prout, in Min y Don Woodlands by Conway Borough Council.
The Fusion Network Meeting on Tuesday brought me face to face with five very attractive and very successful ladies. One of the perks of representing The Best of Wrexham.
Recent road fatality figures show a drop in deaths over 50 years. Can these figures be correct or is it a misprint?
Carve his name with pride
Carve his name with pride
Simon O'Rorkes deomonstration of wood carving at last nights Fusion Network Meeting at Central Station was spellbinding. Take note of this world class Wrexham wood artist.
The North South divide.
The North South divide.
On a visit to Twickenham I try to assess the apparant wealth of this southern town with Wrexham.
Gerry Marsdens Charity Golf Tournament was a great success in spite of the weather. Celebrities do their bit to raise funds for Cancer Care for those with terminal illness. Gerry's You'll Never Walk Alone seems very appropriate.
Day 2 - A new dawn
Day 2 - A new dawn
A new dawn indeed. I think I woke up on the hour every hour to go to the bathroom and just couldn't get back to sleep after the 6am call of nature. On the up side I wasn't hungry, headachey, hungover, just tired. Nothing else for it but a trip to the
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