Posted on 25/02/11, filed under Wales | Comments Off
Its that time of year where parents are searching around for items to dress their children in traditional Welsh costumes.
The creative skills are unleashed on creating that ‘Dragon sculpture’, writing a Poem or learning a song for the schools eisteddfod.
And if you’re not a parent then St David’s Day may be a much less stressful celebration.
Things to do to celebrate St David’s Day
Posted on 23/02/11, filed under Wales | Comments Off
On the 'bucket list' – dolphin watching off the Pembrokeshire Coast
Pembrokeshire’s Bucket List
Inspired by the 2007 film “The Bucket List” Celtic Quest Coasteering have put together their own version of the Bucket List aka a list of things to do before you die.
They’ve based it around… Continue reading
Posted on 22/02/11, filed under Wales | Comments Off
Name: David Thomas
Role: Crickhowell Walking Festival Organiser
Event: 26th February – 6th March 2011
All is possible at
Posted on 21/02/11, filed under Wales | Comments Off
Some interesting and impressive stats about Wales have been visualised in a lovely data visualisation graphic, also known as an infographic.
Did you know that 2.5 White Houses will fit into the largest Castle in Wales, Caerphilly Castle? Or that Wales has the same population as Chicago, Illinois? Or that the equal sign was invented by a Welsh… Continue reading
Posted on 17/02/11, filed under Wales | Comments Off
It’s well known that the Welsh have a strong pride for their homeland, our Facebook following demonstrates this with the majority of our followers being from outside of Wales.
In the build up to St David’s day and to demonstrate this passion for being Welsh, we took to the streets of Cardiff on match day to film some of the fans singing (and whistling) the Welsh National Anthem.