Interview: Jon Turtle talks to PV about plant based diets

Will SummersUncategorized

                Words by Jon Turtle and Will Summers   With the rising trend of Veganuary, world scientists releasing information of our food consumption and how it impacts our planet and a general rise in healthy eating awareness, it’s not surprising that we’re hearing more about Vegan and plant-based diets. The team at PV … Read More

Spring it on! Spring 2019 issue of Penarth View launched

John DaviesUncategorized

“The best six doctors anywhere, and no one can deny it, are sunshine, water, rest, fresh air, exercise and diet.” The words of Wayne Fields have struck a chord with us at Penarth View. Our Health and Wellbeing themed issue this spring is full of features, written and created, to start the season off the right way! With the help … Read More

Merrily We Roll Along

Heather Rowan-RobinsonCommunity, Culture, Uncategorized

With a company of 32 members creating superb community theatre, Concept Player’s newest addition to their repertoire, Merry We Roll Along will be staged in Penarth’s Paget Rooms 27-29th September. We caught up with the Director, Ruairidh Macleod-Lyon and a member of the cast Tony Bevan to find out a little more about what audiences can expect. If you’re interested … Read More

Mercury Theatre Wales present 35 times…

Heather Rowan-RobinsonCommunity, Culture, Uncategorized

MERCURY THEATRE WALES PRESENT HARD HITTING PRODUCTION HIGHLIGHTING SUBJECT OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE. Cardiff based theatre company Mercury Theatre Wales have created an immersive theatre experience designed to raise education and highlight the issues around domestic violence and abuse. Statistically 1 in 3 women experience domestic violence or abuse at some point during their lives and 35 Times puts … Read More

Waste Not Want Not

Restaurant James SommerinFood, Uncategorized

We have all heard about food waste, but many of us will associate food waste with food that is purchased from supermarkets or independent shops. However, there are many fruit trees around that will remain unpicked, either in people’s gardens/allotments or growing wild in hedgerows, which is also wasted food. I know I am guilty of this, I have a … Read More

Be a tourist in your own town

Heather Rowan-RobinsonUncategorized

Penarth History Month returns in September and we caught up one of the organisers  Martin Gossage from Penarth Tourism and Visitor Association to find out what it is all about. PV: How did it all start? MG: There are  individual  history projects in Penarth, but with the lack of a coordinated Heritage display strategy from our institutions I felt it … Read More