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In celebration of St Davids Day – why we love the beating heart of Wales!

This weekend, we’re looking forward to celebrating the most important day in the Welsh calendar, St Davids Day. So, in honour of our Patron Saint, we’re taking a quick look at a few… Continue reading

World Alternative Games 2014: Week 2

So the first week of the World Alternative Games has already come to an end, and so many fantastically unique events have been and gone. That said, there’s still a load more fun… Continue reading

Week one of the World Alternative Games 2014!

Whether you’re a keen finger jouster, an award-winning snail racer or a worm charming extraordinaire, the waiting is very nearly over. The UK’s quirkiest games are officially kicking off this weekend, so here’s a… Continue reading

Top free things to do this summer in the Cambrian Mountains

The sun is shining, the days are long and the school holidays are nearly here. When the days are filled with this much sunshine, there’s plenty to do and see that won’t end… Continue reading

Passport-free holidays in the Cambrian Mountains

Oh no! There’s a huge backlog at the Passport Office and people are being told they’re going to have to holiday here in the UK instead! Lucky for you, there are countless reasons… Continue reading

World Alternative Games Begin with Man vs Horse!

The season for the wackiest sporting event in the country is almost upon us! Forget London, Sochi and Brazil – if you really want to be entertained by top-class athletes putting their bodies… Continue reading

Five ways to enjoy the (imminent) sunshine in the Cambrian Mountains!

With the hottest weekend of the year only days away, there is plenty of opportunity for outdoor fun. We bring you our top picks on how to devote some of the precious sunny… Continue reading

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

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

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