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- Providing a welcome for international students in Cardiff. Organise events and trips.
23rd Foot Royal Welch Fusiliers
- Reenactment society based in the UK.
A Paul Kemble Web Page
- A personal collection of pictures and views, focused on Wales.
Amnesty International, Cardiff Group
- Provides news, events, and campaign information.
- Personal homepage with photographs and information about him, his car, tigers, and sharks.
Cardiff (Mixed) Speakers Club
- Basic details of the club, which is dedicated to improving its members' public speaking skills.
Cardiff Camera Club
- Includes examples of work by club members and an events calendar.
- Extracts from a 6 volume set of notes which offer a history of the Cardiff area from the twelfth to the nineteenth century.
Cardiff Residents Forum
- Forum for Cardiff residents to air their views about Cardiff City Council.
Family Mediation Cardiff
- Information and contact details for FMC which offers mediation help for divorcing and separating couples.
Grimsoc - Cardiff University's Goth Rock and Industrial Metal Society
- Cardiff University's Goth Rock and Industrial Metal Society. Includes gig guide and list of clubs.
- Star Trek fan club, with regular meetings in Cardiff. Site includes sounds, images and humour.
Museum of Welsh Life St Fagans
- Details of the open air museum, covering Welsh life from Celtic times to present day. Includes information about the collections, archives, buildings, and Welsh customs.
Right Revd Professor Paul S Morgan-Ayres
- Psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, martial arts, meditation, church, seminary, tarot readings, and CV service.
Voluntary Action Cardiff
- Offers advice, information, developemnt support, training, representation and a range of practical support services.
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