28 February 2012Accessibility helpText onlyBBC HomepageWales HomeBBC LocalNorth West WalesThings to doDragon's TailSusie Williams and her familyare under the spotlight andviewers will see how she andher family cope with the dailydemands of their busy lives from running the family farmto Susie's hectic schedule as apriest.People & PlacesNature & Outdoors Having recently been ordained, Susie's life now couldn't beHistoryfurther from that of the high-flying PR world she left behindReligion & EthicsArts & CultureMusicTV & RadioLocal BBC SitesNewsSportWeatherTravelNeighbouring SitesMid WalesNorth East WalesRelated BBC SitesWalesCymruGogledd Orllewin20 years ago when she fell in love with a farmer.The geography and landscape of the region have a profoundeffect, not only on the characteristics of the area, but onthose living there. And Susie is first-hand evidence of the pullthe region has."To have given up farming would have been a lot easier," shesays. "I'm still not sure if we made the right decision on thatsometimes. For the amount of work we put in it's absolutelycrazy. [But] we can't survive without another income. Itdoesn't make sense for us to be here but it's a wonderfulway of life."But managing her many commitments is not alwaysstraightforward and Susie often finds herself being reluctantlypulled in several directions."I think it's always hard for a working mother to balancehome life and work life. In many respects I'm luckier thanmost because, to a certain extent, I can juggle my hours andmake sure I'm home at the right time. As a working motherthe balance is easier, working within the church as well aswithin the family."With church and family farm commitments constantly jostlingfor her time and often clashing, the programme follows herand the challenges she faces to hold it all together. Will shesucceed or will something have to give?THE DRAGON'S TAIL Episode 3At 16, Caryl Thomas is like any regular girl of the same age she's in school studying for exams, has a busy social life andalso a part-time job in a local restaurant.However, looks can be deceiving. Although she is your typicalteenager, Caryl has an added responsibility to consider - aresponsibility even most adults don't have - other people'slives.Caryl lives in Porth Dinllaen - one of the most glitteringjewels in the outstandingly beautiful area of the LlynPeninsula. It has a beach, a pub and a lifeboat station - andmore from this sectionLlyn PeninsulaDragon's TailTrefor school photo tourYour photosAbersochBardsey & AberdaronCricciethNefynPwllheliMartyn Croydon's photosWakestock FestivalinteractTell us about a web pageFound a web page we should knowabout? Send us the details.Email A Friendmore from North WestWalesEntertainmentDays and nights outFind events for all ages,indoors and out, all yearround.Traffic and TravelGetting aroundTake the train, boat orplane, or hit the region'sroads.WeirdStrange sightsSpotted anything strange inyour neighbourhood lately?Tai HanesyddolO blastai crand i ffermyddgwledig, camwch drosdrothwy rhai o dai mwyafhanesyddol yr ardal
it's this lifeboat station that plays an integral part in Caryl'salready busy life. The lifeboat has been a cornerstone of thelocal community since it was founded in the 19th century.And now it's facing one of its most profound changes - theirfirst female applicant - ever. The programme follows Caryl onher quest to become a fully-fledged member of the team.She may be the youngest person in the UK to become anRNLI crew member. If her training is successful she will evenhave to be on call when she's in school.For all its beauty the area can be a dangerous place, with thecrew averaging about 60 shouts a year - a tough challengefor even the more experienced crew."I've had to toughen up because there are a lot of differentsides to it and so many different accidents happen out atsea," says Caryl.As a beginner, she has already experienced the adrenalinrush of being out with the crew and viewers will follow her asshe grows in confidence and expands on her ever-growingrange of skills. As she shows in the programme she isdetermined to make a success of her role.Caryl has definitely earned her place on the team and hearsthe call of the sea. It's a nervous wait to hear her fate - hasshe got what it takes?Episode 1Episodes 4 & 5
28 February 2012Accessibility helpText onlyBBC HomepageWales HomeDragon's TailLast updated: 23 March 2009BBC LocalNorth West WalesThe series takes a look at theresort of Abersoch and howtwo local businesses struggleto survive with what is ahighly seasonal trade.Things to doPeople & PlacesNature & Outdoors Formerly a top male model in the Far East, Dave WoodingHistoryReligion & EthicsArts & CultureMusicTV & RadioLocal BBC SitesNewsSportWeatherruns a beach cafe, while his wife Vanessa has Babi Bach, achildren's clothes shop.They're doing their best to become a part of the communityand not exacerbate the dilution of Welsh cultural life.The Hookes family have their roots in the area and run theManana restaurant, but its popularity at holiday times doesnot guarantee financial security and they're trying to extendthe season.TravelNeighbouring SitesMid WalesNorth East WalesRelated BBC SitesWalesCymruGogledd OrllewinDespite the difficulties - the rising cost of homes being one ofthe biggest - Lee Hookes, who has travelled the worldsurfing, says there's no better place to be than Abersoch.THE DRAGON'S TAIL Episode 5In the last episode the cameras follow Llyn Peninsula-bornartist Emrys Parry on a pilgrimage of exploration, inspirationand contemplation.Having left Llyn at 17 years old to study art in London, hehas lived away from the area ever since. But at 65 Emrys isnow considering a return to the area he loves so much."I've considered coming back to live practically all of the timeI've been away. But for all sorts of reasons it never seemedappropriate," he says.The distance from his home in East Anglia may provesomewhat of a creative distance for his artistic abilities, buthis need to return to his roots runs deep."This is the place that made me. And it still has the ability tomove me. I like the journey home because it enables me tomake the transformation. If I was parachuted from one tothe other it might not be so easy for me to adjust."I do have a very good life in East Anglia - I'm in awe of thelandscape. But it doesn't have that essential thing for me, alink with me - an umbilical link that I have with thislandscape."On this very personal journey the cameras follow Emrys ashe walks the ancient pilgrimage route through Llyn - tracingmore from this sectionLlyn PeninsulaDragon's TailTrefor school photo tourYour photosAbersochBardsey & AberdaronCricciethNefynPwllheliMartyn Croydon's photosWakestock FestivalinteractTell us about a web pageFound a web page we should knowabout? Send us the details.Email A Friendrelated bbc.co.uk linksA picture of Emrys Parrymore from North WestWalesEntertainmentDays and nights outFind events for all ages,indoors and out, all yearround.NatureGoing wildGet under the skin ofSnowdonia wildlife andhabitats.NewsletterSign up for weekly updatesto find out what's new onthe site.Tai HanesyddolO blastai crand i ffermyddgwledig, camwch drosdrothwy rhai o dai mwyafhanesyddol yr ardal
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