11 posts about mid wales on this blog
Monday 14 January 2013, 10:49
Aberystwyth pier has been battered and, at times, almost destroyed but it is still there and parts of it at least are still in use.
Tuesday 14 August 2012, 10:32
Touring company Theatre Rue are taking their audiences into the theatrical unknown with their latest production – they'’ll even need a hard hat.
Friday 29 July 2011, 16:12
Sir Herbert Lloyd of Maesyfelin and Peterwell just outside Lampeter can arguably be acknowledged as one of the wickedest men Wales ever produced.
In many ways he was the archetypal evil squires so beloved by romantic writers and early film makers. If he had been born and lived a hundred years later...
Thursday 14 July 2011, 14:15
No doubt about it. You either love the Royal Welsh Show and can happily spend hours wandering around the show ground every July - or you hate it with a vengeance and sit there, in your car, fuming as you try to navigate your way around Builth Wells. Whichever category you fall into, one thing is sure...
Monday 14 February 2011, 12:20
Last night, The King's Speech won seven British academy awards (Baftas), winning both best film and outstanding British film.
Colin Firth won the best actor award for his portrayal of George VI struggling to overcome his stammer.
Friday 15 October 2010, 15:02
Thursday 9 September 2010, 14:41
The Owain Glyndŵr Centre in Machynlleth is to receive a £275,000 grant from CADW, the Welsh Assembly Government's historic environment service. The funding will be used to restore the Grade I-listed Parliament House.
The building provides meeting rooms for community...
Thursday 2 September 2010, 17:24
The story of David Davies, the man who can justifiably claim to be Wales' first millionaire, is a classic.There is no other way to describe it; his life is a real tale of "rags to riches."
Born in 1818 at Llandinam in Montgomeryshire, he was the eldest of nine children and yet rose from being a humble...
Thursday 5 August 2010, 13:30
The future of one of Wales' oldest inhabited buildings, Llwyn Celyn within the Brecon Beacons National Park, has been secured.
Llwyn Celyn (Crown copyright: Royal...
Friday 11 June 2010, 17:41
North West Wales reports on Nant Gwrtheyrn used to be a little quarry village on the Llŷn Peninsula's northern coast. But when the mine went, so did its residents. Today it is...
Friday 7 May 2010, 17:08
North West Wales has a feature on Gil Kennedy who had always kept quiet about his wartime experiences, but a chance find has inspired a children's book based on his story. Read the story.
North East Wales reports on the town Shotton which has a history of military bravery with three servicemen receiving...
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