The Green’s looking good from the top of the hill.
The phrase: “Fools Rush in Where Angels Fear to Tread” comes to mind when faced with a ewe and her lambs at this time of year.
North Wales is a great place for mountain biking. Why not dust yours off and head to Antur Stiniog at Llechwedd in Blaenau Ffestiniog.
The 15th January 2022 was the 200th Anniversary of the establishment of HM Coastguard to look after the shores around the UK, to search, rescue and save. Locally, they have a team in Llandudno. If you are a keen listener to the daily Shipping Forecast on the radio (and who isn’t?), you will also knowContinue reading “HM Coastguard”
Not only is it National Penguin Day today, it is also National Coffee Break Day (don’t overdo it!). The 18th January, however, was National Winnie the Pooh Day but we’ll have to wait almost another year to celebrate this day. Get your costumes ready.
The Slate Landscape of North West Wales became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2021. Find out more here from The UK National Commission for UNESCO (opens in a new tab).
A summer view (albeit a distant view) of our bowling club location
Tide’s out at Morfa Bychan with view to Criccieth.
Upper part of the River Teigl in central Snowdonia as it thunders its way downstream
Mochdre, the River Conwy and Snowdonia National Park beyond