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The latest Phil Evans column from the South Wales Evening Post

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The latest Phil Evans column from the South Wales Evening Post.

Comedian Phil Evans is from Ammanford. He is known as the man who puts the ‘cwtsh’ into comedy.
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If you read last week’s page – and if you didn’t you missed out big time, because I revealed Kylie Minogue’s mobile number and Bob Geldof’s PIN number - you’ll remember I briefly mentioned the Nativity.
Well, as the man who designed the London Eye once remarked, “What goes around, comes around.”
Because, co-incidentally, just before I started writing this article, I saw something on breakfast TV which astonished me.
And no, it wasn’t Lorraine Kelly managing to get through a whole programme without lying to the soap-actress-of-the-day she seems contractually obliged to converse with every morning, “The top secret plotline you’ve been unable to reveal to me during the last six minutes, sounds really grrreat!”, as she laughs and flaps her hands around in the rigorous interviewing style that will surely one day w…

Latest special offers from the Jenkins Bakery

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Latest special offers from the Jenkins Bakery -

WEEK COMMENCING December 8, 2014
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2 Large Corned Beef Pasties £1.95
4 Medium Sausage Rolls £1.80
2 Fresh Cream Eclairs £1.70
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Baroness Gillian Shepard on fact-finding mission with South Wales Rotary Clubs

Baroness Gillian Shepard (deputy chair of the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission) attended the Rotary Club in Cardiff to hear from Rotary members from all over South Wales about their work with social mobility
The venue was Whitchurch (Cardiff) Golf Club, Pantmawr Road, Cardiff.
Baroness Shepard spent the afternoon with Rotary Club members from across Rotary's District 1150 South Wales area to hear about their continued work and support within their local communities. There was a focus around what the clubs are doing to reduce child poverty and improve social mobility, which is timely, as child poverty and social mobility is rising up the agenda again.
Background:
The Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission (the Commission) is an advisory non-departmental public body established by the Child Poverty Act 2010 as amended by the Welfare Reform Act 2012. The Commission became fully operational in January 2013.
The role of the Commission is to:
Monitor the Government’s progre…