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THE 2015 WELSH FESTIVAL OF FITNESS

THE Welsh Festival of fitness was held in Neath Abbey College on Sunday. Hundreds turned up for this event organised by Emma Probert - Fitness and Nutrition expert. There were classes in the main theatre and seminars in the lecture hall. The theatre put on Zambu classes, Krava Mega classes, Mossa classes, Metabolic Effect classes, Fitsteps classes, Inasnity workout classes and Yoga classes.

In the main lecture hall there was a seminar with Chek Practitioner Nigel Nicholas, fit after forty with Richard Clarke, stress preventing 'Fat loss' with Emma Probert and 'Fit for Birth and Beyond' with Natalie Hawkins. Also there were many stalls with their experts selling Nutrious and healthy products, some new to the market like 'PURIUM' which was demontrated by Nigel Nicholas the Puriums distributor to the UK.  In the theatre a class of self-defence was given by Ceri Phelps, Wales' leading expert in Krav Mega (self defence) this class had everybody joining in. The festival started at 10am through to 4.30pm.

 

Emma Probert the organiser said: "She would like to thank everyone who attended today's fotness festival. What an amazing day with amazing people. Loved every minute of it. Thanks so much to all the presenters for delivering great classes and seminars and to all the local health fitness and nutrition experts who pulled together as a team and made this a great event. Something we will definitely build on for the future. No competing, no negativity, just all aiming for the same thing. To educate the people of Neath to lead a healthier lifestyle. Fantastic support from everyone thank you all so much."

Dogs Working With Drones to Save Avocados

MASSIVE FIRE IN BALTIMORE AS RIOTS GRIP CITY

Firefighters battled a massive blaze at the site of a building being constructed in the city. Officials say the fire is linked to the riots that have broken out following the funeral of Freddie Gray.

Dogs and drones are teaming up to "save the guac" from a beetle that is threatening avocado trees with destruction in Florida and elsewhere. While high tech sensors can spot infected groves, the dogs are able to zero in on the problem.

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A wonderful moment with father and son.

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Ceri Phelps (middle) Wales' leading expert in Krav Mega (self defence) with his assistants The 2015 Welsh Festival of Fitness stall. The 2015 Welsh Festival of Fitness stall. The 2015 Welsh Festival of Fitness stall. The 2015 Welsh Festival of Fitness stall.

Ceri Phelps (middle) Wales' leading expert in Krav Mega (self defence) with his assistants.

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THE father makes his son laugh when he blows a dandelion flower to dislodge the seeds. Listen to the baby laughing as dad blows on the dandelion, the father played a good part in this selfy. I bet you will watch it over and over.

Streets in Baltimore looked like a war zone early Tuesday after a night of riots, fires and heartbreak. "Too many people have spent generations building up this city for it to be destroyed by thugs who - in a very senseless way - are trying to tear down what so many have fought for," Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said.

 

Buildings and cars across the city were engulfed in flames. About a dozen businesses looted or damaged. At least 15 officers were wounded, six of them seriously,

 

Mayor declares State of Emergency.