An ambitious attempt to reintroduce Britain’s second rarest carnivore to Wales is under way.
Pine Martens are thriving in Scotland but have almost died out in Wales and England and are in danger of extinction here. Continue reading “Pine Martens arrive in Wales” »
Set in a hidden valley alongside the Secret Haven Waterway, thirty five acres of listed historic gardens surround picturesque Upton Castle and a magical woodland home, Creek Cottage. Continue reading “You will already have been enchanted by Creek Cottage in your childhood dreams” »
Hollywood is coming to Wales yet again, as a host of A-list actors make their way to Pembrokeshire, joining the increasing list of blockbusters using Wales as their backdrop.
The film is called “Their Finest Hour and a Half”, and is based on the popular book by Lissa Evans of the same name. The story takes place during World War II, when a British film crew attempt to make a propaganda film to raise spirits during the Blitzkrieg. Continue reading “A-list actors filming in Pembrokeshire” »
The River Irfon photo by Tim Glover
The pretty tree lined River Irfon rises on the slopes of Bryn Garw in the Cambrian mountains, it flows down through Llanwrtyd Wells and Llangmmarch Wells before reaching a confluence with the River Wye at Builth Wells. Continue reading “Fishing is simply the best on the pretty River Irfon” »
Ring O Fire is the extreme running race held annually on Anglesey
Are you up for a challenge? Ring O Fire is the ultimate extreme running race held on Anglesey. It circumnavigates Wales’ largest island following the breathtaking (in every sense of the phrase) rugged coastline for 135 miles. Continue reading “Ring O Fire, Recovery, Rest & Relaxation” »
Tenby once again have impressed the judges of Wales in Bloom with their colourful and vibrant displays, taking away their 30th
title at this month’s awards ceremony.
Continue reading “Tenby take their 30th title in the Wales in Bloom awards” »
The biggest game of the Rugby World Cup so far kicks off at 8pm tomorrow (Saturday 26th
September), as the Welsh Dragons head to Twickenham to clash with ancient rivals and neighbours England.
With Australia failing to pick up a bonus point against Fiji, this game could really be the decider of who will go through to the quarter finals. Continue reading “Ancient rivals set to clash in the Rugby World Cup” »
Waun Morfa is an ideal holiday home for families
is a gem of a family home with comfortable spacious accommodation. There is plenty of room for children and adults to enjoy their own space. The huge dining table is a wonderful place for family gatherings. There is even an enclosed football field in the garden. Well it’s almost the size of a football field if you happen to be a footballer with little legs! Continue reading “Children will love being David Beckham in Waun Morfa” »
Enjoy a dog friendly walk from West Angle bay in Pembrokeshire
Visitors staying in dog friendly Pembrokeshire holiday cottages
might enjoy the walk which starts from West Angle Bay car park. Continue reading “Dog friendly walk from West Angle Bay Pembrokeshire” »