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Woodcraft Weekend At The National Botanic Garden of Wales

Wood-turners, lovespoon-carvers, stick-makers, power tools and pyrography are just some of the attractions gathering together in the National Botanic Garden of Wales for a weekend of demonstrations and displays – on Saturday and Sunday January 16-17. The Garden’s popular Woodcraft Weekend runs from 10am-4.30pm both days and admission is just £3 per person. Organiser (and […]

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Dylan Thomas in Swansea

The Dylan Thomas Centre The centre produces a series of walking guides to Swansea and the wider region, allowing visitors to follow in his footsteps and soak up some of the sites that inspired him.  It also houses a cafe and bookshop, Books and Bites.  The annual Dylan Festival held in the autumn is based […]

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Cottage holiday ideas in Wales

One phrase you will hear time and time again from the moment you arrive in Wales in Croeso I Gymru, which simply means ‘welcome to Wales’. You will be saying it like a native as the friendliness of the Welsh people and the amount of times it is said to you means you will pick […]

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Cardiff Airport

Cardiff Airport is Wales’s only international airport serving the greater area of predominantly South and mid-Wales with about one and a half million passengers taking advantage of the cheap flights that depart and arrive at the airport every year.  The actual airport sits in the village of Rhoose to the west of the city centre, […]

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Welsh Wine

There are 17 properly commercial vineyards in Wales that meet the regulations of the Wine Standards Board, which allows for plenty of fine wines from Wales for those that want a taste of true European fine wine.  Due to the recent popularity in Welsh rose wine, fine wine from Wales is in high demand throughout […]

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