From the 5th to the 20th of September, Wales will be host to the Wales Valleys Walking Festival for the eleventh year, offering keen walkers the opportunity to push themselves and experience the incredible sights of the Welsh countryside.Continue reading “The annual Wales Valleys Walking Festival begins” »
Four fantastic pubs across Wales have made the top 50 pubs according to the Waitrose Good Food Guide, with The Hardwick in Abergavenny scoring the highest position in 16th place.Continue reading “Four Welsh pubs make the Good Food Guide’s top 50” »
Today, Wednesday 26th August, marks National Dog Day. An annual celebration established 11 years ago in 2004 by Colleen Paige, a Pet & Family Lifestyle Expert. National Dog Day was set up to help members of the public to recognise…
The project has been labelled as a new era in marine research, and is being run as a partnership between the wildlife charity WWF and the National Oceanography Centre.
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If you are a keen visitor to Wales, its extensive history, or you enjoy looking back at how things used to be ‘back in the day’, then you’ll certainly appreciate this amazing series of videos pieced together to highlight the changes some of Wales’ historic sites have gone through.
Next week marks the first week in September, and in the UK this means we officially welcome the autumn season back into our lives. You might not like the sound of that but with autumn comes some great opportunities to capture some stunning pictures.