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Transporter Bridge, NewportBeen trawling the web for long? Look no more! If you need a Web Design company to create or improve your web site your search is over. Since you found us you probably use the terms Web Design, Web Designer, website design along with Newport, Rogerstone or Bettws or something similar. We are not from Newport, but we do create great distinctive websites that are technically first class. We cannot claim any allegiance to the Newport Dragons but since you found us you can clearly see we know the tricks to get found on Google. This search engine you used it has deemed worth showing you our site because we targeted specific terms. We are based in Bridgend and we are Welsh experts in getting your website noticed. TCRM design, build and host web sites that look fabulous and do their job well. We are also nowhere near as expensive as colleagues down Cardiff Bay or in the the city centres. This means we can offer small web sites through to full e-commerce site at very competitive prices. If you're the next e-entrepreneur contact us and get a web company that really does now their stuff. If you need evidence try our portfolio. We know these sites will make you pick up the phone.

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Local Events

Friars Walk Family Fun Run - 29/02/2020
Fundraiser for St Davids Hospice. All the family can be involved in the Admiral City of Newport Half Marathon by taking part in our Friars Walk Family Fun Run. Suitable for all ages and abilities, the 2km route uses the riverfront pathways in the city centre, starting and finishing close to the University of South Wales City Campus by the city footbridge. 2pm, £5 per person entry, pushchairs welcome. All proceeds will be used to provide vital hospice services in our community. It's not a timed event, and we don't mind if you have a little walk if you need to along the way. Why not come along in Fancy Dress? A daffodil or two would look great as it's so close to St David's Day...

Exhibition / Arddangosfa: How Green Was My Valley - 21/09/2019
Photographs of the South Wales Valleys Landscape by Ron McCormick The South Wales Valleys as we know them are a result of the most extraordinary industrialisation process. A previously rural region was transformed through its rapid emergence as the greatest industrial centre in nineteenth century Britain and throughout the world. The region is rich with the relics of its industrial heritage with derelict mine workings and the isolated remnants of blast furnaces, engine houses and tram-roads scattered across the mountainsides. Following the 1966 Aberfan disaster many of the mine workings have been replaced with sleek modern industrial estates and retail parks. One is reminded of Huw Morgan's soliloquy in the classic novel by Richard Llewelyn: "...I am going from my valley and this time I shall never return… I am leaving behind me my fifty years of memory… so I can close my eyes on my valley as it is today and it is gone and I see it as it was when I was a boy. Green it was and possessed of the plenty of the earth. In all Wales there is none so beautiful." In the 1980's, the British photographer, Ron McCormick documented this process of change and renewal with an evocative series of photographs that records the changing landscape, history and culture of the Valleys as the heritage of coal and steel was being gradually erased from the communal experience. Ffotograffau o Dirweddau Cymoedd De Cymru gan Ron McCormick. Mae'r ffurf sydd ar Gymoedd De Cymru yn ganlyniad i broses ddiwydiannu anhygoel. Cafodd ardal fu gynt yn un wledig ei thrawsnewid yn llwyr yn ganolfan ddiwydiannol i Brydain a'r byd yn y bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg. Mae gwaddol y dreftadaeth ddiwydiannol hon i'w gweld ymhob cwr o'r rhanbarth, mewn hen lofeydd ac olion ffwrneisi blastio, pwerdai a heolydd tramiau hwnt ac yma ar hyd y mynyddoedd. Wedi trychineb Aberfan um 1966, daeth ystadau diwydiannol modern a pharciau manwerthu i ddisodli llawer o'r gweithfeydd glo. Yn y 1990au, aeth y ffotograffydd Prydeinig Ron McCormick ati i roi'r broses hon o newid ac adfywio ar gadw, gyda chyfres o ffotograffau sy'n adlewyrchu tirwedd, hanes a diwylliant y cymoedd wrth i dreftadaeth glo a dur yr ardal gael ei dileu'n raddol o brofiad y cymunedau.

Arddangosfa / Exhibition: 'Wedi'i ysbrydoli gan…' / 'Inspired by...' - 11/01/2020
'Wedi'i ysbrydoli gan…' Cydweithrediad rhwng Coleg Gwent, Campws Dinas Casnewydd ac Amgueddfa ac Oriel Gelf Casnewydd. Mae'r arddangosfa hon yn gasgliad o ddarnau celf wedi'i greu gan ddysgwyr lefelau 1, 2 a 3 o adran Celf a Dylunio Campws Dinas Casnewydd Coleg Gwent. Cafodd y myfyrwyr her i ymateb yn weledol i'r arddangosfeydd parhaol a chasgliad celf Amgueddfa ac Oriel Gelf Casnewydd. Mae'r myfyrwyr wedi ymweld â'r amgueddfa gan ddefnyddio arddangosfeydd fel man cychwyn i ysbrydoli eu gwaith eu hunain. Mae'r gwaith a wnaed yn ymateb i, neu'n cyflwyno sylwadau ar, yr arddangosfeydd a'r gwaith celf. Mae rhai o'r darnau yn tynnu sylw at orffennol Casnewydd, a'r oes sydd ohoni. Bydd y gwaith yn mynegi barn, yn ymchwilio ac yn dathlu agweddau ar dreftadaeth fawr Casnewydd, ei hanes diwydiannol, a datblygiad Glan-yr-afon a chyfoethogi ardaloedd megis Glan-yr-afon. 'Inspired by …' A collaboration between Coleg Gwent, City of Newport Campus and Newport Museum and Art Gallery. This exhibiton is a collection of art pieces produced by levels 1, 2 and 3 learners from the Art and Design department of Coleg Gwent City of Newport Campus. The students were challenged to visually respond to the permanent exhibits and art collection of Newport Museum and Art Gallery. The students have visited the museum using the exhibits as a starting point to inform their own practice. The work produced reponds to, or comments on, the exhibits and art work on display. Some pieces draw parallels to Newport's past and present. The work will comment, explore and celebrate aspects of Newport's, rich heritage, its industrial past, right up to today's Riverside development and gentrification of the Riverside area.

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