The story teller will relate coalmining - linked stories in the education activities room at the former Cap house
Colliery, and visitors can hear all about the adventures of the museum's celebrated shire horse, Colonel, and take an active part in the stories by making their own pit pony puppet.
I remember an old colleague of mine telling me a tale of an accident at the Cap House
rental prices, encourage people to grow more food as we did in WW2 - stop TV from telling us we need this and everyone else has it, so if we don't we're not as well off and FORCING people to go into debt to by things they don't even need.
Entry is free to the Museum at Cap House
Colliery, Overton - and to the exhibition.
Does he think that the government will cap house
prices in Gwynedd to X thousands per property, while in say Flintshire, the price will rise to XX thousands?
The uneasiness was so great that RICS even suggested that the Bank of England should introduce measures to cap house
price growth at ?
If you try to cap house
loan to income ratios, an instrument that RICS is suggesting, all you're doing is distorting the natural movements of the market.