This year Catch the Bus Week will take place on 2-8 July 2018. Each year this event is an opportunity to highlight the value of local bus services, and the contribution which buses make to the economic, social, and overall wellbeing of communities they serve. Public … Continue reading
The National Tourism Awards have announced their 2015 winners and we’re delighted that so many are in our beloved Brecon Beacons With 3 Golds, 1 Silver and 3 Bronze Awards being won Best Event (Small) Dinefwr Literature Festival won gold Best … Continue reading
‘Romans in Carmarthenshire’ is a project which aims to explain the Roman history of the county and provide everything from excellent tourism facilities to important resources for academics. Key elements of the scheme, which has won funding from Cadw’s Convergence Funding Heritage Tourism Project, has included development of the … Continue reading
A new community enterprise, The Level Crossing, in Llandovery has been shortlisted for two prestigious awards in the 2013 Carmarthenshire Tourism Awards, sponsored by The Carmarthenshire Journal and Llanelli Star! The Level Crossing Community Interest Company operates a hostel, a … Continue reading
This week’s Walking Wednesday post is from Alexis Dimyan, who we discovered through our Facebook page, he is a regular contributor and we greatly appreciate his input! Alexis is a Bookseller (www.dimyanbooks.co.uk, http://www.facebook.com/dimyanbooks), he describes himself thus, lover of stories, … Continue reading
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