Posted on 17/08/12, filed under Camping, Glamorgan Heritage Coast, Guest Blog, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales | Comments Off
Nicola Sumner-Smith from Llangynwyd is a seasoned camper and has recently mixed work with pleasure by launching a series of new coastal campsites in the Vale of Glamorgan through her work with Creative Rural Communities. In a bid to encourage more people to pitch… Continue reading
Posted on 27/07/12, filed under Castles, Days Out, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales | Comments Off
If you’re visiting the Vale of Glamorgan for the Eisteddfod next week, then make sure you step off the Maes and explore what the area has to offer. Boasting more than 25 castles there are amazing stories and sights waiting to be discovered.
We asked Cadw to pick out some you might not know:
Posted on 21/09/11, filed under Competitions, Festivals, Food, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales | Comments Off
The first Wales’ Alternative Food Festival (aka ‘Feastival’) was held in Bridgend last year and they set out from the start to challenge conventions and to do things differently with food. Of course there were the usual trimmings that you find at food festivals, but also a few extreme oddities, probably not for the purists.
Win your face on toast
Posted on 13/06/11, filed under Accommodation, Food, Holidays and Breaks, Hotels, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales | Comments Off
Name: Sian Roberts
Company: Coginio – Taste of Wales Cookalong
Favourite Welsh Food: Warm Welsh cake, straight off the griddle
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