I am not one for modern art and when I hear the phrase ‘art installation’ my heart usually sinks a little bit, but reading about ‘High and Low’ by Anthony Garratt on today’s news actually made me want to climb a mountain!
Those of you of a romantic ilk may already be making preparations for St Valentine’s Day. But did you know that Wales has its own patron saint of couples and her day is celebrated tomorrow, 25 January.
Sisters Gwendoline and Margaret Davies are famous for bequeathing their great art collection to the National Museum of Wales. Less, however, is known about the role these amazing women from Mid Wales played during the First World War.
If you’ve time to get away to North Wales for some pre Christmas cheer, take the opportunity to seek out interesting food and gifts at Christmas and Winter Fairs in Snowdonia or across the Menai Strait on the Isle of Anglesey.
The Royal Welsh Showground at Builth Wells hosts a very busy calendar of events for animal and country lovers throughout the year in addition to its main event, the Royal Welsh Show, which takes place in the third week of July.