Author: The Bangor Aye

Have Your Say On Making A Will

As part of the Law Commission’s consultation on the laws around making a will, there will be a free public event held in Bangor The Law Commission has recently published a consultation paper, Making a Will. The law of wills affects us all and the Commission is keen to hear views from across society – from members of the public, doctors, care workers, and civic groups, as well as members of the legal community. The law in England and Wales that governs wills is, in large, a product of the 19th century: the main statute is the Wills Act...

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£1.8million Cancer Research Funding for Bangor University

The North West Cancer Research charity has announced funding of £1.34million for life-saving cancer research at Bangor University. The £1.8million research project will also be part funded by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, which includes the appointment of a Clinical Senior Lecturer, Postdoctoral Laboratory Manager and two PhD studentships for five years. The funding will also allow for the purchase of consumables and equipment, helping place Bangor University and Betsi Cadwaladr as centres of excellence for cancer research, attracting world-class researchers, scientists and clinicians. Bangor University and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board have committed to fund both the Clinical...

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Bangor City Face Tough Test Against Connah’s Quay

Bangor City face a stern test on Friday night when they play Connah’s Quay Nomads at the Bangor University Stadium. The Nomads have invested heavily during the summer, and under the management of former Manchester City centre half Andy Morrison, won’t be looking to take any prisoners, as they attempt to challenge for the Welsh Premier title this season. So far the Nomads have won 4-0 at Prestatyn, beaten Carmarthen 3-1 at home, lost 1-0 at Llandudno and then beaten Bala 1-0. Like Bangor, the Nomads are looking to become full-time and this game will be a big game...

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Bangor University Lecturer To Brave The Shave

Dr Clair Doloriet, a lecturer at Bangor University’s Business School, will be ‘Braving the Shave’ for Macmillan Cancer Support next week. She will shave her head for the charity on 20th September and has already passed her original fundraising target. Clair said: “After sponsoring quite a few very worthy causes in my time, I thought it was about time I did something. I have (in my opinion) a nice flock of thick curly hair, and I like it, it makes me feel nice, feminine and above all, it keeps me warm. I can’t imagine what it must be like...

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Missing Bangor Children Found Safe & Well

Two 3 year children who went missing in Maesgeirchen earlier today, have been found safe and well. The three-years-olds who were missing for an hour sparked a search by local residents and police. Mum, Dina Lloyd said: “I was in the post office buying ice creams for them, I turned my back to pay and they’d gone, it was the worst moment of my life.” The children were later found safe and well by a nearby river. Dina added: “I just want thank everybody in Maes G and all the police that were out looking for them, they are...

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