Norma Woodwood or Woodward is down to take part in a hustings at Llandovery College this evening for what appears to be her first public outing. Meanwhile, the Ukip Wales website which contains information on all of the parliamentary candidates, is still insisting that the candidate for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr has yet to be selected.
One question for this evening will be which part of Ukip is Mrs Woodwood/ward actually representing.
As readers will know, this blog has become slightly obsessed with Norma Woodwood, or Woodward, who may or may not be Ukip's candidate for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr.
Both the BBC and the Carmarthen Journal carry reports that a party representative has said that the party's committee in Wales had "misunderstood its constitutional position" and that Norma was "still the candidate. Period".
Both the Beeb and the Journal use the spelling Woodward, but neither carries a picture of the woman who, as Daily Wales points out, is rather more elusive than the Loch Ness monster.
There are quite a few Norma Woodwards about, but none of them would appear to live anywhere near Carmarthenshire or even Wales. 192.com, a listings website, has 28 Norma Woodwards, and they are scattered about all over England. For reasons which we can only speculate about, there is a whole brood of them in Bedfordshire.
Anyone using Google Images will fare no better. This throws up a bizarre assortment of images ranging from a pair of washing machines, a broken down bus and a picture of Edwina Hart to a couple with very large posteriors staring out to sea.
Strangely there is no sign of the strange image purporting to be Norma which briefly appeared on the Ukip Wales website. In that Norma looked rather like the sort of thing you might see on Dr Who - an alien's idea of what a real human looks like but which turns out to be latex casing containing some hideous extra-terrestrial threat.
One possible explanation is that these extra-terrestrials tried to create someone who would blend in and not attract suspicion. Woman. Age 58. Likes to shop at Marks. Wears sensible shoes. That sort of thing.
Cneifiwr does not go to Marks very often these days. Memory sometimes plays tricks, but I think the last time there was an incident involving a lot of men's underpants (used but washed), Peter Hughes Griffiths, a policeman and a very angry store security manager.
But that's another story.
Perhaps Google Images is onto something. Could Edwina Hart actually be an extra-terrestrial who has mutated into a Ukip parliamentary candidate?