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This week we…

This week we…

...we tried to stress less with Tangle. Originated as sculptures by artist Richard X Zawitz almost 40 years ago. He quickly realised that during psychedelic 60s art shows and parties, people couldn't stop fiddling with them so he shrunk them down and created plastic...

Mischievous mayhem and tragic love: WNO’s Autumn Season

Mischievous mayhem and tragic love: WNO’s Autumn Season

Company debuts for director Lindy Hume, designer Isabella Bywater and cast members Alexia Voulgaridou and Leonardo Caimi, with Joyce El-Khoury returning in new production of Madam Butterfly 35-year anniversary of classic Rossini productionProgramme of digital...

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Festival of Belonging 2021 – Press Release

Festival of Belonging 2021 – Press Release

In May 2021, it was reported by The Guardian that ‘a million people over 65 in the UK are likely to remain at risk of chronic loneliness despite the easing of restrictions’. In the same month, the government released its network action plan to tackle loneliness,...

NEW DATING APP CREATED FOR GEEKS TO SHARE THEIR PASSIONS…

NEW DATING APP CREATED FOR GEEKS TO SHARE THEIR PASSIONS…

...WITH OTHER GEEKS Dennie Smith commercial portrait shoot taken on June 5th 2018 at her home. Images for use in PR, advertising, social media, and website. During lockdown, more and more people have turned to dating apps to meet prospective partners. Even when we...

Antique expert unearths rare Georgian candlesticks

Antique expert unearths rare Georgian candlesticks

Introducing antiques expert & valuer Gordon Brockman of True Values Antiques expert Gordon Brockman, founder of True Values, has unearthed a pair of very rare candlesticks made by world famous silversmith Thomas Heming, maker to King George III. The candlesticks...

The 24 Hour Edit – A Day with a ‘Shepherdess’

The 24 Hour Edit – A Day with a ‘Shepherdess’

Our favourite thing about The Squiggles Edit is the connections we make, both online and IRL, with some absolutely incredible women. From full-time shoe designers to women who have swapped high-finance to launch their own start-ups, and everything in between, we have...

Three New Coffee Spots to Visit in Cardiff

Three New Coffee Spots to Visit in Cardiff

Coffee and a walk. Coffee after an outdoors workout. Coffee on a park bench as you catch up with a mate. It's funny how habits we form and the things we consume have taken on a whole new shape in lockdown - the humble takeaway coffee has now become somewhat of a...

2021: The Business Year

2021: The Business Year

As we leave 2020 behind (good riddance!), we embrace the new year with a positive mindset and intention. Rather than focusing on simple resolutions this year, we have decided to ask a group of incredible women what their business resolutions are for the upcoming year....

Three Things to get your Small Business New Year Ready

Three Things to get your Small Business New Year Ready

Ah, 2020. What a year for businesses. Closing, opening, re-opening, adapting, re-adapting, reshuffling and, to put it plainly, bravely getting on with it all even when things felt out of control. While the support for small businesses, both online and in real life,...

5 Business Women on their favourite Christmas Party Memory

5 Business Women on their favourite Christmas Party Memory

Ahh the Christmas party - weeks of preparation, 'what are you wearing?' chat in the office and a night of one too many glasses of prosecco, ghastly karaoke attempts with Graham from accounts and the day after conversations mainly consisting of 'did you see...?' and...

In Festive Conversation with Simona Rusk

In Festive Conversation with Simona Rusk

2020 has been full of unknowns - uncertainty upon uncertainty, sadness, confusion and a perennial mental fatigue which latched on to us in March and has followed us for the best part of the year. In the midst of all this, however, among the rubble and the chaos, is...