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Golley’s week that was #34

Our regular round-up of what’s been going on in the Golley Slater Cardiff office over the last seven days.

#1 Our client, Loteri Cymru congratulated a loto+ winner!

Natalie Rowley, 26, won Loteri Cymru’s loto+ £1,000 giveaway. Loteri Cymru visited the winner’s home in the show stopping vintage Morris Minor, and Golleys went along to capture it for a social video. Winner Natalie will be spending the money on purchasing bespoke, custom-made furniture for her new home, as well as planning a trip to Italy with her partner next year.

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#2 Folly Farm was named one of the world’s top 10 zoos!

Our client, Folly Farm has been awarded a TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Award, the highest honour TripAdvisor can bestow. The award reflects “the best of the best” for service, quality, and customer satisfaction.

Trip Advisor named the Pembrokeshire zoo ’10th best in the world’, and along with Chester Zoo, who were placed 3rd, were the only zoos in the UK to make the world-class list.

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#3 We got some great coverage for The Seren Network on BBC Wales 

In the BBC report, The Seren Network was credited for its involvement in working to increase the number of pupils from Wales applying to the UK’s top universities.

They spoke to Megan Howells, 18, from Coleg y Cymoedd, Rhondda Cynon Taff, who was accepted to study law at Oxford University after achieving two A*s and two As at A-level.

The Seren Network is an initiative funded by the Welsh Government to support the most successful students to achieve their full academic potential, and access the UK’s most prestigious universities.