This is a take on the recent arguments in Wales for the Return of the Barsey Crown to Wales – it is currently kept in the maritime Museum in Liverpool
As RoyMogg readers will be aware the ‘Red-Lady of Paviland’ currently resides in a box in Oxford and is the subject of action to attempt the repatriate the red-lady (actually red-bloke cos it is man!) to the land of origin Wales. The Red-Lady actually a red-ochre stained body of a man, is one of the earliest known Palaeolithic burials in the UK and quite rightly belongs as part of the heritage of the Welsh being an example of early occupation of this land some 25 to 26 thousand years ago.
Banking Crisis – Lloyds was a safe bank in 1825 The recent banking crisis and the failure of the Scottish attempts to take over the banking world in the UK two years back has set me thinking about the earlier attempts at setting up regional banks and in particular the setting up of the first …
It is often not appreciated that Football was invented in Wales this article aims to put this straight and pleads for more recognition of the long Welsh tradition in the arts, sport and politics.