Every country has its own Christmas traditions and folklore, so today I will tell you a little of what makes Wales tick as midwinter approaches and we all hunker down for the festive season.
The following is a guest post. Newark in Nottinghamshire is probably lesser known than its New Jersey counterpart. However, Newark-on-Trent is by far the older cousin and dates back to Roman times, with a medieval heyday , as I was pleasantly surprised to see when passing through recently.
The following is a guest post. Hidden away four miles inland from the sea, in between twisting country roads, fields of grazing cattle, weaving rivers and hills of grass-covered slate, is a magical place called Dolgoch Falls. Dolgoch is Welsh for “Red Meadow” and I assume the red referred to comes from the middle vein […]