From wolves to bees and bears - browse through our collection of digital stories made by you about life in the countryside.

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Rhinndda landscape


By: Catherine Craven, 2007

"We would be off first thing in the morning and back in the evening without a care." Catherine remembers walking everywhere with friends in her childhood.

Sonia Jones

A Remarkable Trip

By: Sonia Jones, June 2005

"I definitely found myself a new friend that day." Sonia met some interesting personalities in New Zealand.

Ryan Thomas

Barking Mad

By: Ryan Thomas, June 2005

"I overcome my fear, and carry on climbing." Ryan enjoys climbing trees and wants to try rock-climbing.

Cwm Elan

The Lost Valleys

By: Betty Davies, February 2003

"I know what was lost is lost. But we still keep the memories alive." Betty's knowledge of the area's history is second to none.

Isobel planning a walk

Up, Up and Away

By: Isobel Wardley, February 2003

"But I need something different ..." A passion for the mountains and waterfalls has had a hold on Isobel since she was a young child.

A moving film about WWI

My River

By: Llandogo Primary School, November 2008

A moving film about World War One by children who remember their relatives.

Restoration of the Pritchard Jones Institute

Pritchard Jones Institute

By: Restoration Village Supporters Film, August 2006

The villagers of Newborough are faced with essential restoration work. Restoriation Village Supporters' film

house painted on driftwood

My Life as a Winklepicker

By: Gill Ogden, July 2006

"We ate crabs, borrowed potatoes, and winkles." A shoebox story by Gill Ogden made in Aberystwyth.

Alexandra Blow


By: Alexandra Blow, June 2005

"He said I could name all the trees we passed." Alexandra takes a walk in the woods.


It's Lovely to See

By: Irene Jones, September 2005

"Big old grandfather's clock, was lovely to see, you know." Irene and her friends go on an outing to the farm.

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