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Bloodaxe Books is one of Britain\'s leading poetry publishers. Based at Highgreen, Northumberland, its finance and administration is handled by sister company Pandon Press from Bala in North Wales.
Fretdancer Records. Home site for top British Acoustic Guitarists Paul Brett & John Joyce. Bands played with include The Strawbs, Arthur Brown, Elmer Gantry\'s Velvet Opera, Velvet Opera, Fire, Paul Brett Sage, Al Stewart, Roy Harper, Lonnie Donegan, Overlanders etc. Also site for Actress/ Singer Michele Breeze. International Star of the hit musical Evita.
I am an independent English to Welsh translator who has worked on a freelance basis since 1989. Welsh is my mother tongue. I offer a reliable and professional translation service into Welsh – from letters, posters and short brochures to large documents, tenders and books. All translations are independently checked before being sent out to clients.
Autumn Road Studio
Tucked away down a small backstreet, the recording studio is pretty easy to find and you won\'t be disappointed when you get here.
Centos Translations is a one-stop shop for Spanish translation services specialising in translating all kinds of text and documents from English and French into Spanish and Spanish into English. We take tremendous pride in the quality and accuracy of our translations and we are committed to delivering a personalised service at competitive prices.
Seren is an independent publisher driven by quality writing across a wide-ranging list which includes poetry, fiction, translation, biography, art and history. Many of our books and authors are shortlisted for – and win! – major literary prizes across Britain and America.
C.A.L. Internet is a Web Design service operated by Carol Lee, a qualified editor & proofreader and offers E-commerce, domain registration, hosting and site management.
University of Wales Press
The University of Wales Press was established in 1922 and is wholly owned by the University of Wales, one of the largest universities in Britain. The Press now concentrates on four major subject areas: History, Political philosophy and religious studies, European studies, Welsh and Celtic studies.
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