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Builth Bike Bash - 7th & 8th July 2012 July 2nd 2012
Building on the incredible success of last year’s Bike Fest, Builth is going bike mad in July with a whole weekend devoted to pedal power. Last year Builth Bike Bash crew motivated local people to cycle the total Tour of Britain mileage of 774 miles in one day. But the support was so great that the community clocked up nearly twice that distance. So this year they have raised the bar by throwing down the challenge of completing the Tour...
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Business/Organisation of the week
The Personal Skills Foundation Services > Consultants
Communicate with Confidence

A local solution to life’s big challenges!

The Personal Skills Foundation will help with all life’s scary moments - be they interviews, wedding speeches, presentations, conducting appraisals and many more. It can be personal or work related.

All our everyday situations require us to communicate confidently and assertively, so TPSF works on these aspects with individuals, or in the workplace.

• Speech...
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Business/Organisation of the week
The Personal Skills Foundation Services > Consultants
Communicate with Confidence

A local solution to life’s big challenges!

The Personal Skills Foundation will help with all life’s scary moments - be they interviews, wedding speeches, presentations, conducting appraisals and many more. It can be personal or work related.

All our everyday situations require us to communicate confidently and assertively, so TPSF works on these aspects with individuals, or in the workplace.

• Speech...
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Walk of the month
Builth Wells Town Walk
The Personal Skills FoundationStart your walk at the Groe riverside park that one hundred years ago was used as rough grazing. See the six arched bridge built in 1775 and widened in 1925, the river marking the boundary between the old counties of Breconshire and Radnorshire. Follow the riverbank through the avenue of trees known as Abram’s Folly! Mr Abram Davies planted these trees and was called foolish in his time for so doing.

Turn left at the confluence of the Rivers Wye and...
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