Posted on 24/06/09, filed under Activities | 2 Comments
"A broader look at the MTB phenomenon from a beginner's viewpoint"
What about the beginner?
The popularity of mountain biking just keeps on shifting up a gear. And why not? Having fun on a bike in the great outdoors is something almost anyone can do. Guy Kestevens’s authoritative blog post admirably covered the… Continue reading
Posted on 18/06/09, filed under Festivals, Food | Comments Off
Duncan Lucas holds the Guinness Book World Record for filleting Atlantic Halibut at 4mins 20 secs
A Q&A session with some of the personalities behind Pembrokeshire Fishweek
Duncan Lucas – showboating !
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Posted on 12/06/09, filed under Snowdonia | Comments Off
On the day the Snowdonia New Visitor Centre opens, David Atkinson tells us about his sneak preview
Today, after a 12-month delay, a last-minute cash injection and some of the worst weather conditions for the construction team, Hafod Eryri, the new visitor centre and cafe atop Mount Snowdon, finally opens its doors. “Psychologically the opening will provide a huge boost for Welsh business and culture,” says Alan Kendall… Continue reading
Posted on 11/06/09, filed under Festivals | Comments Off
Great Beer and Cider Festival in Cardiff – starts today
No we haven’t lost our marbles ! These are some of the real ales you can expect to sample at ‘the longest bar in Wales’ – The Great
Posted on 08/06/09, filed under Festivals, Food | 1 Comment
Pembrokeshire Fish Week 27th June – 5th July 2009
With 186 miles of stunning coastline, most of it a National Park, where better to host the fish festival to end them all? Pembrokeshire Fish Week celebrates not just the county’s abundance of sea food but also its beautiful coast and beaches, clean… Continue reading