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  I met a woman who lives on the streets. All her belongings fit in her backpack. She has sparkling blue eyes, a smile that would light heaven itself. She looked cold. I asked her how long she...
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Videos courtesy of Eddy Blanche (UVAG) After years of campaigning against a new opencast mine in the Rhymney, Fochriw, Bedlinog, Pontlottyn. Deri, Abertwsswg, Valley campaigners were delighted with...
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  Autumn Leaves   As autumn approaches, the evergreens stay the same, But the cherry trees they turn to flame, A festival of colours, as far as the eye can see, Yellow, red and gold, adorn the...
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Taraggan Gardens Bargoed will be hosting the first day of the 1st ever Rhymney Valley Literature Festival on Friday 24th July at 7pm. This event is a free event and refreshments will be available in the Community Centre next door. 
***  Doris and her six baby hoglets  *** The TARAGGAN Tale A concrete jungle atop a mountain, You made it beautiful, you made it bountiful.   Red and yellow and pink and blue, A rainbow of colours ...
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The legendary Ray Davies, a lifelong activist, who was my hero.
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Plans for a 478 hectare opencast mine near Rhymney have been derailed in what was described as a victory for residents over “big-business”.
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University of South Wales, Creative and Professional Writing, student Deborah Price recently won Print Winner for The People's Book Awards for ‘How Black Were Our Valleys’. The book is an impressive account of the 1984-85 miners’ strike, based on first-hand accounts. The prize was to have a month of free advertising for the book on The People’s Book Awards website. The book will also be entered into a yearly competition in December. Natalie Thom...
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Thanks to everyone who has bought our book and all those that voted.  We have so far raised over £1200 for The South Wales Miners' Benevolent Fund.
                    Press Release: 2nd February 2015           Immediate Release  Local Authors Win International Award Local authors Deborah Price (Deri, Bargoed) and Natalie Butts Thompson (Penrh...
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I am a Poet, Writer, and Campaigner, at present I have just finished campaigning against a Waste Incinerator proposed for the South Wales Valleys, My short story for children called "Save Our Valley's A Sheep's Tail" is available for on Amazon Kindle and in paperback from Amazon or BaarbaaraTheSheep.com FREE download in pdf format from my website. The second book in the series is "Hedgehog Rescue saving Itchee & Scratchee" available next week on Kindle and shortly coming in Paperback.
50p from the sale of paperback version of Save Our Valleys goes to support Barnardos and 20% of Kindle sales.
For the Hedgehog Rescue 50p goes to the Hedgehog Hospital in Pontlanfraith and 20% of Kindle Sales.
The third book in the series is called "The Black 
Hole" a story about the animals against opencast mining on their land. 
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