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Robert Lloyd PR, Media and Marketing Consultancy

Robert Lloyd is currently print content editor for Media Wales, part of Reach plc. This website is a mix of blog, news and personal items. The media consultancy part is currently 'parked' while I work for Media Wales. Journalist/broadcaster 07777 683637 rlloydpr@btinternet.com

About Robert Lloyd

Media consultant (Wales & world!) able to tackle any job - with a smile! Journalist/broadcaster 07777 683637 rlloydpr@btinternet.com http://www.rlloydpr.co.uk

Latest News

Latest news and random blog items from Robert Lloyd

Press releases

Six signs your vehicle may be about to break

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Sudden jerking, strange noises and bumpy journeys are all signs that there might be something seriously wrong with your vehicle.
Motoring experts from LeaseCar.uk have revealed six signs that a vehicle might be breaking, and what may be the problem.
As vehicles become more technical there are more warning lights than ever, but these systems still miss

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Blog posts

The latest ‘On Song’ column from the Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star

Posted By Robert Lloyd

The talented Corran Singers will feature in a special concert at St Peter’s Church, Carmarthen, next month.
The Laugharne-based choir will be singing to raise much-needed funds for Carmarthen’s historic church.
The concert is on Friday, March 27, at 7pm. Tickets are £7.
The Corran

Scarlets

News

Three changes to Scarlets side for Cardiff

Posted By RobertLloyd58

Scarlets will take on Cardiff Blues at the Arms Park on Friday evening (7.35) showing three changes to the side that took the field against the Ospreys on Boxing Day.
All the changes come up front with Werner Kruger replacing Samson Lee at tight-head prop,

Blog posts

Blooming great plants for autumn

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Crocus, cyclamen and pansies have been named amongst seven of the best plants for blooming autumnal gardens.
The gardening gurus at GardeningExpress.co.uk have revealed their top plants for brightening up autumnal days.
Others include heather, dahlia, winter aconites and aster.
Whilst spring and summer are

News

Charity fashion show for Tenovus Cancer Care

Posted By Robert Lloyd

A charity fashion show is being organised by the Rotary Club of Pembrey and Burry Port.
The ladies fashion show will be held at The Ashburnham Hotel, Pembrey, on Wednesday, October 16.
The event will feature fashion wear by Nanette Fashion, of Gwendraeth Store, Kidwelly.
Tickets

Press releases

Society welcomes court decision to protect journalists’ notes

Posted By Robert Lloyd

The Society of Editors has welcomed the decision by the courts to refuse to order journalists to hand over their notes to counter-terrorism investigators.
The Met Police had sought an order for material from the Times, Sky News, ITN and the BBC from their conversations

Press releases

Seven tricks and tips to help kerb appeal . . .

Posted By Robert Lloyd

While most Brits will spend the majority of their hard-earned cash and spare time on their back yard, homeowners are being encouraged to invest in their front gardens too.
Outdoors experts at BillyOh.com have compiled a list of seven tricks and tips to help homeowners

Press releases

Ditch artificial and go natural for fresh smells

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Experts from GardenBuildingsDirect.co.uk have revealed the best sweet smelling plants.
Among them are mint and lavender which last longer and are cheaper than air fresheners.
In a bid to turn Brits against artificial air fresheners, five of the best smelling plants have been revealed.
Experts

Press releases

Lifetime Achievement Award for Kate Adie

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Former BBC news correspondent and leading journalist, Kate Adie, will be honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Society of Editors’ 20th Anniversary Conference in November.
Kate Adie’s career as BBC Chief News Correspondent covered the most important dispatches of the age, including both

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