Cardiff Blues players Gareth Williams and Mark Lewis were two special guests in the 'Keep Safe and Well Day' that included Rugby, Tai Chi, judo and belly dancing demonstrations that were all part of an exciting exhibition, encouraging people to keep safe and well in Builth Wells last week.
The fun filled day had everything for the family including a bouncy castle and activities for children, a free prize raffle and free goodies. Health Challenge Wales is a new national focus for better health in Wales and is challenging to everyone, from Government through to individuals, to do all they can to help build a healthier nation.
The players proved to be very popular with young fans in the region asking for advice on playing getting the players autographs.
Cardiff Blues are pleased to announce Cardiff and Vale College as the new education partner for the region's BTEC Extended Diploma in Rugby Development, Coaching and Fitness, delivered in conjunction with TVS Education.
So the banks have chipped even more off the interest rates, and property may or may not be the answer in this post-Brexit market, so the real safe place to put your investments is? Classic metal. A safe bet when chosen wisely, and great fun to "road test" on the weekends too.
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