Yesterday was the first day of Polly Lovegrove’s photographic exhibition ‘The Green Green Grass of Home’ on show at Senedd Oriel Gallery, the main public building of the National Assembly of Wales in Cardiff from 19th Jan – 7th Feb 2015. Continue reading “The Green Green Grass of Home by Polly Lovegrove” »
Wouldn’t you just love to hunt for Easter eggs in this rambling farmhouse garden in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park? The main garden is totally enclosed so young children and dogs would be perfectly safe. Continue reading “Hunt for eggs in a Pembrokeshire farmhouse garden” »
Radio 2 presenter Sara Cox could be headed to the principality this summer after revealing on air how she and her husband are currently trying to pick a destination for their summer holiday.
The former Radio 1 breakfast show presenter is toying with the idea of a Welsh summer holiday but told listeners this week she isn’t quite sure it’s right for her.
So we thought we’d come up with some reasons why Sara, her husband, three children and one dog should stay in Welsh country cottages this summer. Continue reading “Is Radio 2’s Sara Cox coming to Wales on holiday?” »
The Surf Snowdonia project in Dolgarrog is set for completion this summer 2015 with a promised opening scheduled for July. Continue reading “Surf in the heart of Snowdonia 9 miles from the coast!” »
A wonderful Woodcraft Weekend will be held at the National Botanic Garden of Wales 17th-18th January just in time for St Dwynwen’s Day 25th January, the Welsh equivalent of Valentine’s Day.
Traditionally young men carved intricate love spoons for their sweet hearts and presented them on this special day. Now you can attend one of the workshops and learn to carve one for your loved one.
An array of demonstrations and displays will include lovespoon carvers, wood turners, walking stick makers, axe sculptors and more.
The three main demonstrators will be pryrographer Bob Neill, Wood turning expert Simon Hope and Martin Pidgen who will talk about wood and its uses. Simon is always happy to answer questions about, trees, timber and wood.
Admission is £2 and parking is free.
If you would like to wow your loved one this St Dwynwen’s Day there is still time to book romantic cottages in Wales just for 2.
There is only one thing wrong with Gors y Gader and Gotras. They are too comfortable! These two immaculate homes lovingly cared for by owners Liz and Arthur are in fabulous locations on the edge of Snowdonia National Park. Continue reading “Be blown away by the Snowdonia National Park” »