Posted on 13/05/13, filed under Arts and Literature, Brecon Beacons, Festivals, Wales | No Comments
Author: Watson Thomas
About: Watson is a Cardiff-born freelance writer who has written for everyone from The Times and the Independent Traveller to the South Wales Echo and Western Mail. Career highlight: going in search of (and finding) the Northern Lights in Norway… Continue reading
Posted on 28/03/13, filed under Bank Holidays Seasonal and Break Ideas, Days Out, Festivals | Comments Off
The Easter holidays are the ideal opportunity to take a short break or family holiday in Wales, or even just plan a few really good days out. Now that spring has arrived the evenings are just that little bit longer which adds a bit of extra time to that family day out. Here is our pick of top things to do in Wales this April:
Posted on 28/01/13, filed under Days Out, Festivals, Wales | Comments Off
Discover some of Wales’s oral traditions as part of National Storytelling Week at 15 CADW sites across Wales. Wales is renowned worldwide for its literature and poetry, and you will be able to experience the best of Welsh tale spinning at these events held in… Continue reading
Posted on 26/11/12, filed under Castles, Christmas, Festivals, Food, Wales | Comments Off
Cadw is the Welsh Government’s historic environment service working for an accessible and well-protected historic environment for Wales.
Nothing marks the arrival of Christmas better than the magic of Christmas lights, fayres, late… Continue reading
Posted on 01/11/12, filed under Festivals, Wales | Comments Off
On and around November the 5th the skies across Wales will be full of the sights and sounds of fireworks. Below is just a few of the organised events that will get your Bonfire Night off with a bang!
Saturday 3rd November
Caerphilly Guy Fawkes Night Fireworks 2011 from Ian Homer on Vimeo.
A free fireworks event with Caerphilly Castle as the backdrop. The best views can be… Continue reading