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Your countryside magazine for Wales: food, arts, gardening, history, walking, Pictorial Wales, festivals & events.
Your countryside magazine for Wales: food, arts, gardening, history, walking, Pictorial Wales, festivals & events.

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The National Library of Wales will be lighting up this October to help make ‘hidden’ disabilities more visible. The charity Shine is calling on its supporters and the public to ‘Go Yellow’ during Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Awareness Week: 16 – 20th…
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Pembrokeshire primary schools are being invited to create illustrations based on local myths and folklore as part of a Year of Legends competition run by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.  The Pembrokeshire Coast Authority has produced a…
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Royal Welsh  says: Flying the flag for Welsh farming, two exceptional Welsh blade shearers, Gareth Pennant Owen and Clive Hamer, have become champions by setting the British record for the ‘Nine hour two stand blade shearing on lambs’. Starting at 5am on…
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You are warmly invited to the Opening night of Ekphrasis, Between Image and Word, on Friday 27th October 5:30-7:30pm. An exhibition of paintings by Maria Pierides and haiku poems written in response to them by Stella Pierides at King Street Gallery. Maria…
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Steam Railways have always been a romantic notion for most couples and so it was that Zak Greenacre decided to book our last Gwili Railway High Tea with Prosecco train for a special date with his new fiancée Kirsty Francis. The couple booked the last of…
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A project to tackle childhood obesity has awarded funding to four Welsh  companies to develop innovative, healthy and affordable Welsh Food and Drink solutions. Welsh Government and Innovate UK have awarded a share of £250,000 research and development…
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Celebrating William Williams Pantycelyn at the Senedd at the Library of Wales The National Library of Wales will hold a special event at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay on 18 October to celebrate the tercentenary of the birth of Wales’ most prolific hymn writer…
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A poster illustrating athletes drinking milk whilst running, with the caption ‘Milk is the best drink’, has been chosen as the winner of this year’s Welsh Dairy Show ‘Versatility of Milk’ art competition, winning a years supply of Carmarthenshire Cheese.…
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With Brexit looming large, the Welsh food and drink industry is facing more challenges than ever in securing a future pipeline of skills and labour. An ageing workforce, difficulty in attracting and retaining talent, a lack of skilled workers coming…
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Carol Ann Duffy’s The World’s Wife poetry collection becomes a chamber opera by trailblazing young composer Tom Green at Ucheldre. Coming to Ucheldre -Scored for soprano, string quartet, and loop pedals, The World’s Wife is a musical adaptation of Duffy’s…
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