Author: The Bangor Aye

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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Bangor Uni Societies You Never Knew Existed

Most universities offer extra-curricular opportunities for students to enjoy in their spare time, such as various sports club and societies. Bangor’s Students’ Union offers over 150 student-run clubs and societies, which includes over 60 sports clubs such as Basketball, Boxing, Cheerleading, Football, Golf and Gymnastics. University societies bring together like-minded people and include interests such as drama, photography, comedy and cooking. All the sports clubs and societies are free to join and students can try and join as many as they like. If students still can’t find an activity or society that they enjoy they are free to start...

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Welcome Week Traffic News

Bangor University will once again be welcoming the return of students this September. In order to accommodate arrivals at St Mary’s Student Village, in conjunction with the local council and the police, a temporary one-way system has been arranged for arriving traffic, up Lôn Bobty to the St Mary’s Student Village. Students arriving by car will be directed via Route Planner signage on the A55 to their Halls of Residence using three different routes. Local residents are advised that there may be some traffic delays in and around Bangor over the week-end of 16-17 September as around 2,000 students...

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Air Ambulance Lands at Bangor Cathedral

North Wales Air Ambulance landed in the grounds of Bangor cathedral this morning, in response to a medical emergency on Bangor High Street. It is understood that a gentleman had collapsed outside the Feral Cat Cafe Bar, next to Poundstretcher, two ambulances also attended the scene at 9.45am this morning. A spokesperson from Bangor Cathedral said: “The Wales Air Ambulance landed on the grass outside the Cathedral in order to help a victim who suffered a heart attack whilst shopping on the High Street. Please do pray for that person’s recovery, and please do support the work of the...

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