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In Galway
In Galway
Price: £7.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Great Tunes, Great Artists, 16 Jan. 2016
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Great Tunes, played superbly on the box by Sharon Shannon and Alan Connor really adds something. Minus point - majority of tunes are on Sharon Shannon's previous albums, BUT many are improved in this version so worth it.


ONE BLUE MOON (HEARTS OF GOLD (PONTYPRIDD SERIES) Book 2)
ONE BLUE MOON (HEARTS OF GOLD (PONTYPRIDD SERIES) Book 2)

5.0 out of 5 stars Very addictive series, 13 Jan. 2013
After reading Hearts of Gold, buying all of the other "Bethan Books" was inevitable. Collier creates engaging characters that you feel are people you know (I've caught myself nearly telling friends about them as if they are real people), and you have to find out what happens to them next. The series being based close to where I was born adds an extra edge, but these would be a good read for anyone.


Breo Roam Unisex Rubber Digital Watch Purple Large 18cm
Breo Roam Unisex Rubber Digital Watch Purple Large 18cm

3.0 out of 5 stars Good points and bad . . . ., 31 Oct. 2009
GOOD POINT: Bought this watch to wear whilst swimming and was impressed. It has withstood the water well and is clear to read.

SLIGHT NIGGLE: Setting the date and time is a nightmare. The buttons get stuck in when you push them which means that you have to disassemble the entire thing to set the date and time - although this isn't as difficult as you would imagine; you just need a small enough screwdriver.

BAD POINT: After going through all the hassle of setting the date, I slept wearing the watch and in the night must have put pressure on the "set" button and managed to un-set it. Then had to go through the whole process of s disassembling to re-set it - only to have the same thing happen a few days later.


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