12:20pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
12:19pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
IN reference to the recent letters in the Penarth Times about Mrs Thatcher’s funeral I feel I have been put in a position where I have to respond publicly As a humanist I would never celebrate anyone’s death. As a humanist celebrant I work closely with many bereaved families who want to celebrate the life of their loved one at a very difficult and sad time and, for me, it is a privilege to be there to help them.
12:18pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
12:17pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
12:15pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
I WOULD like to comment on the correspondence in this paper on Thatcher’s death and funeral (Penarth Times, April 18 and 25). I agree that it appears unskillful to rejoice in or celebrate someone’s death, no matter what deeds the departed person has committed.
12:16pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
12:13pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
11:31am Thursday 25th April 2013
I REFER to the edition of the Penarth Times dated April 4, in which appeared a letter from Mr Brian Stephens expressing his concern as to the lack of a bus service operating from Penarth, Barry and surrounding villages to Cardiff Bay.
11:30am Thursday 25th April 2013
WHILE acknowledging that Penarth is a “quaint Victorian seaside town... with numerous attractions” (Penarth Times, April 11), the description is tarnished by some ever present problems suffered by residents.