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    help Cardiff in the Headlines reveals the stories that made Cardiff the great city it is today. Author Tony Woolway delves into the archives of the South Wales Echo to discover the dramatic, outlandish and humour-ous events and characters of the city’s past. Find out about Cardiff’s first international rugby match in 1905, the devastating effects of the Cardiff Blitz, the life and times of Billy the Seal, and the process by which Cardiff formally became the capital of Wales. The stories cover the best times and the tough times, acting as a testament to the strength and humour of the people of Cardiff. Product Information:• ISBN: 9781445648880• Author: Tony Woolway• Publisher: Amberley Books• Format: Paperback• Pages: 127• Dimensions: 23.5 x 15.5 x 1cm heart
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    help How colourful is Cardiff? Brighten up the battlements of Cardiff Castle or go colour crazy at Mermaid Quay. With 30 great activities and fun pictures of your favourite places it's your chance to make a splash! heart
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    help Cardiff, the Welsh capital and home to the National Assembly of Wales, is a modern vibrant city with many attractions for visitors from all over the world. An insignificant little fishing port with a couple of churches became, in industrial times, a boom town, in which churches and chapels of all possible denominations sprang up, to serve the needs of the nineteenth-century population explosion. Jean Rose uncovers a variety of places of worship, some grand, some humble, but all with a story to tell. Today, many of these buildings have gone, as religious attendance declined in the late twentieth century. Despite this, they are a valuable part of Cardiff's rich heritage, and deserve to be marked for present and future generations. Recent years have seen church growth, both traditional and innovative, and this too is part of Cardiff's ongoing story. Product Information:• ISBN: 9781445610924• Author: Jean Rose• Publisher: Amberley Publishing • Format: Paperback• Pages: 96• Dimensions: 23.5 x 16.5 x 1cm heart
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    help When war broke out against Germany in 1914, Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan was one of the most diverse and eclectic areas of Wales. Within this 40- or 50-mile stretch of the coast sat three of the most important coal exporting docks in the world - Cardiff itself, Penarth and Barry. Yet the area remained predominantly rural with farming being the main industry. Tourism was also important, in the shape of Barry Island and Penarth Pier. How these scattered and, to some extent, isolated communities responded to the war, to the call to arms, is a fascinating social study. The Cardiff Pals was formed, the docks continued to run - and even Penarth Pier found itself caught up in the excitement of the moment, being requisitioned by the Army for the duration of the war.Product Information:• ISBN: 9781445617510• Author: Phil Carradice• Publisher: Amberley Books• Format: Paperback• Pages: 96• Dimensions: 23.5 x 16.5 x 1cm heart
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    help Destination is the Award Winning, fast moving Taxi game that will take you on a journey through the streets of Cardiff in your very own cab! As the driver you will visit famous destinations, collecting fares and trying to avoid the traffic lights. The aim of the game is to be the player who has earned the most money at the end of the shift - if you can survive the shift! Starting from the Taxi Rank you must plan your route around Cardiff without running out of fuel or losing your licence! Will you upgrade to a Turbo Taxi and race to your destinations in half the time or will you need a Log Book Loan to bail you out if you run out of cash? You must watch other players' moves carefully: if they land on one of your Destinations you can knock them back to the Taxi Rank and make THEM pay you the fare! If you are the player to bring the game to a close you get a £250 bonus! But did you win? The ultimate winner is the player with the highest earnings. Box Contains: 1 x Game Board 6 x Driving Licences 6 x Log Books 6 x Taxis 45 x Destination Cards 30 x Traffic Light Cards 1 x Destination Money 2 x Dice 2-6 players. Ages 8+. An ideal family game for Cardiff residents. Box measures: 26 x 38 x 6.5cm approx. heart
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    help Cardiff City has given every generation of its supporters a roller coaster ride of emotions that continues to this day. Celebrating this great and proud club, the book charts its history with some fantastic photographs taken from the Daily Mirror's picture archive which gives an account that can be enjoyed by every generation of supporter from Grandad to Granchild. The Bluebirds? history has been littered with many highs and lows from re- election to the Football league and seasons spent in Football?s basement division, to the Boardroom battles that at times have almost brought this great club to its knees. Highlights include the complete FA Cup winning side of 1927, the legendary players of the 1950s like Baker, Allchurch, Charles and Ford, and details some wonderful European matches against SV Hamburg, Sporting Lisbon and the legendary Real Madrid. Product Information:• ISBN: 9780857331823• Author: Neil Palmer• Publisher: Haynes• Format: Hardback• Pages: 208• Dimensions: 26 x 26 x 2cm heart
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    help Who was Ifor Bach also known as? What is black gold? When was the world's first £1 million deal signed? Where can you find Roman remains in Cardiff? How did Tiger Bay get its name? Peel open the pages to find out the answers! With a helpful timeline, fun first-hand accounts, cool old photographs of places you'll recognise and amazing top facts and information, you will discover things you never knew about your local town. Hometown History investigates the people and events that have defined your home town, and helps you discover the hidden history on your doorstep. heart
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    help Sharpen your skills and become a history investigator. These fun and engaging puzzles are designed to test your brain, skills and knowledge about your home town. Contains the following: True or False, What Happened Next, Code Breaker, Look, Listen, Sniff, I'm A Celebrity, Chart Buster, How Much, You're History. And lots more fun activities that help you examine history up close. heart

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