20 December 2016 14:44
Penclacwydd in Llanelli is a wonderful place to go to see local wildlife in its own habitat; they have an outer area which plays a part in the migration and visitation of certain birds and inside conservation area which houses many species of breeding birds.
24 October 2016 16:53
We are so fortunate to live in such a diverse county as Ceredigion. Each town and village as its own unique character and vibe and none more so than the picturesque town of Aberaeron on Cardigan Bay
12 October 2016 17:40
The Four Waterfall Walk is my favourite place to go walking in Carmarthenshire. The beauty of each individual falls is so different yet as one they are magnificent. There is something mesmerising about watching water cascade over a precipice and listen to it crash on the rocks and run off down the river and in Ystradfellte the treat that awaits is very special.
07 October 2016 16:36
Cenarth Falls are in Ceredigion but lie just on the border of Carmarthenshire so I thought I would include them in my “what to do in Carmarthenshire” blogs, as they are so magnificent.
07 October 2016 16:30
Aberglasney have some of the most exquisite gardens in Carmarthenshire, set in the gardens of Aberglasney house in Llangathen in the Tywi Valley. It is a medieval house and gardens owned and run by Aberglasney Restoration Trust.
04 October 2016 11:10
Penclacwydd in Llanelli is a wonderful place to go to see local wildlife in its own habitat; they have an outer area which plays a part in the migration and visitation of certain birds and inside conservation area which houses many species of breeding birds. You can visit for the day; take your children to feed the many species of duck, geese, swans and even flamingos.
04 October 2016 11:05
There is more than one Black Mountain in Wales as I’m sure most people know, just as there is more than one Sugar Loaf mountain. Many place names are the same the length and breadth of the country, which probably dates back to the time when we weren’t able to communicate in the same way we do today, which meant no one knew that a place called Rhos (for instance)already existed when they named their village. Anyway this Black mountain is part of the Brecon Beacons range of mountains and is situated towards the Western end in the county of Carmarthenshire whereas most of the Beacons are in the county of Neath and Port Talbot.