Monthly Archive: March, 2014

Karen Perkins chats about the World Alternative Games

The World Alternative Games 2014 is creeping ever closer, so with this in mind we got in touch with event secretary Karen Perkins for a bit more of an insight into the history… Continue reading

Traditional Quilts by DeAnne Hartwell-Jones Exhibited at the National Wool Museum

A collection of quilts stitched entirely by hand by DeAnne Hartwell-Jones will be exhibited, with free entry, at the National Wool Museum, Dre-fach Felindre in West Wales, from 1 April 2014 until 30… Continue reading

TV Daredevil Ready for One Mile Bog Snorkelling!

Daredevil TV personality Mike Bushell is preparing for a ‘mucky experience’ as he chases a place in the Guinness Book of Records for Sport Relief. Mike, a popular presenter on BBC Breakfast, and… Continue reading

The National Cycle Collection

With almost half of the UK’s population owning or at least having access to a bike, cycling is not only a popular and healthy form of transportation, but a way of life. If… Continue reading

Wales’ Top Alternative Safari

Imagine yourself exploring a wild and deserted terrain from the comfort of a Landrover, peering out through the glass in silence, camera at the ready, desperate to catch a glimpse of a rare and… Continue reading

Looking forward to the World Alternative Games

If this weekend’s glorious sunshine was a reminder of anything, it’s that summer is just around the corner. And if we’re looking forward to anything this summer, it is the return of the World… Continue reading

Elan Valley celebrates National Astronomy Week

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s Elan Valley rangers are celebrating National Astronomy Week (March 1-8) by offering visitors the chance to observe the wonder of the solar system in the picturesque Elan Valley. With… Continue reading