Shelley Keen Shopping, shoes, endless white wine lunches with the girls So I invited myself around to Janine Roberts' house whose husband, just for the record, is Swindon Town's top goal scorer, last season Christian Roberts. So off I went down the M4 for a fantastic fun packed day of shopping, white wine spritzers and deer sunglasses Janine hits the shops I arrived at Janine and Christian's house in a nice, quite street on the outskirts of Cardiff. Checked myself, one last time, in the mirror and rang the bell.
She led me through to the garden where she introduced me to Donna Nogan who was once married to Kurk Nogan of Cardiff City. Pupils are shown building their own model hovercraft as part of the scheme which was deed to encourage children to apply scientific theory to such projects. I'm not the type of person to just sit at yhe all day.
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The biggest extravagance in her wardrobe was a pair of Gucci shoes that Christian had bought her on a football trip abroad. The newly built Nythe estate Presenter Frank Hennig is later seen meeting a female Swindon traffic warden who is asked if she feels ostracised doing such a job. I'm just hopeful that they get promoted this season again, things might change then. But at this level it's not the sort of level the l can expect to retire on.
Each week, presenters Meryl O'Keeffe and Frank Hennig would visit a different town in the South West, meet local people and find out what issues concerned them about the area in which they lived.
Shelley Keen Shopping, shoes, endless white wine lunches with the girls Nice to have a bit more cash than the rest of us. I don't want to ever give up work.
The early fkr of the programme focuses on retired railway workers who were angry that a gratuity they were paid before the National Pension Scheme came in, was now subject to a mandatory weekly deduction. So why not just give up work? Janine had kindly taken time off work to spend a day with me but usually she works full-time for Cardiff Council.
He also rather quaintly comments that it's 'rather a strange job for a lady'! Perks "I think the upsides are we have nice holidays.
Set to jaunty big band music, the title sequence shows a quick succession of places in and around the town such as the train station looking remarkably different to how it does nowthe Town Hall and the bustling, pre-pedestrianised Regent Street. They've been at this level before. But there's still the kids to look after, the nights separated from your other half when he's off on tour, the girls hanging round your hubby cause he kicks a ball around for a living and if you're anything like Janine a full time job to fit in too!
Comments range from "it's a monstrosity! So where I think I can have a career break soon, it's never really pulled off.
And there are perks for here and now. Later on it's suggested that loneliness and depression are some of the emerging problems developing on some of the newly-built outlying housing estates in the town.
It's a job she juggles with looking after two young kids whilst fitting all that fog her husband's busy schedule. So I invited myself around to Janine Roberts' house whose husband, just for the record, is Swindon Town's top goal scorer, last season Christian Roberts.
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But looking around her beautiful house and hearing about her recent holiday to Egypt there surely has to be some perks to being a WAG? Presenter Meryl O'Keeffe The programme rounds up with Frank Hennig visiting Park Ssindon School which had recently been chosen to participate in looiing national applied science scheme. Janine hits the shops I arrived at Janine and Christian's house in a nice, quite street on the outskirts of Cardiff.
Yes, it might be nice to have a husband that gets recognised.
Janine offered me a cuppa and we sat down for a chat. Gucci and jeans We ventured up to Janine's spare room, housr she uses to store her clothes, and together had a rummage around her wardrobe.
It's really important and it's a really important job I do. In fairness, one doubts if anyone who remembers the sculpture - which stood outside British Home Stores until the late s - would look back fondly to it. But it's not all shopping It wasn't stuffed full of deer clothes and handbags - but divided up into sensible work clothes with a separate compartment to house Janines' love swimdon jeans.
Checked myself, one last time, in the mirror and rang the bell. We've got OK cars and not having to worry about money, having said that a footballers' life is a short one you have to make provisions. So off I went down the M4 for a fantastic fun packed day of shopping, white wine spritzers and deer sunglasses Swindon train station in Broadcast on 12th January was an edition of the show which looked at life in Swindon.
After hearing so many stories in the papers about WAGS and seeing pictures of them endlessly spending money on mammoth shopping trips I didn't really know what to expect of Janine but houde was so down to earth and friendly all my preconceived opinions soon flew out the window, as we started to chat about life as a WAG. Hennig pays a visit to Nythe and doorsteps some housewives to find out if this is something hoise feel has affected them.
The controversial water feature on The Parade The most amusing part of the programme comes about halfway through wivees presenter Meryl O'Keeffe visits The Parade in the town shopping centre and asks locals what they think of the newly installed, unusual concrete water feature.