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Claudy and raining from time to time. I am am on my way to the Cwm Deri Vineyard in Martletwy, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. About 10 - 15 minutes drive from Oakwood Theme Park. Cwm Deri Vineyard is not just a farm, but you`ll find there an restaurant which offers Lunch 7 days a week. Evening Meals Friday/Saturday. There is a wine tasting available at any time the restaurant is open, including over your evening meal in the restaurant.
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Various vines and liqueurs are available.

Travelling from Luton (England), back in time, I came along the small, but more than 1000 year old and historically important village of Bierton. You`ll find there the St. Osyth`s Well, named after the Saxon princess Osyth and church of St. James the Great, as well as an 16th century Pub, the "Red Lion", who had to play a part of the English civil war...

Visiting Wales - Visit the Rhondda Heritage Park, near Pontypridd. Rhondda area is highly recommended, as having a fantastic landscape, geat history and beautiful towns and vilages within the Rhondda valleys. The Rhondda Heritage Park South Wales is a tourist attraction which offers an insight into the life of the coal mining community that existed in the area until June 1983.
Opening times are from 10.30 am. Within the visitor centre (entrance building) of the old mining area you will find in the upper floor a lovely cafe. A Cafe Late, freshly prepared just £1.50. But you may order also a full meal.
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Rhondda Heritage Park, Trehafod, Rhondda, South Wales, as seen from the hills. The coal mine had a deep of about 900 feet / 300 meters. There are tree shafts.
The Visitor Centre includes an indoor 'village street', artefact exhibition galleries, the temporary exhibition gallery. The gift shop offers a variety of souvenirs, memorabilia of the coal mine and Wales at large.

Milford Haven`s Fish Festival - 25.06. - 26.06.2016
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Milford Haven, Wales (c) EventPicture UK - Fish and sea food was the dish of the last two days at Milford Haven Fish Festival on Saturday and Sunday. 

Thousands welcomed Pembrokeshire Fish Week 2016 back to Milford Haven shores.

Pembrokeshire Fish Week features a variety of events, from cooking demonstrations to marine fun days, coastal foraging, learn-to-fish events, seashore picnics, and more across the county of Pembrokeshire throughout the whole week.

The patron saint of Wales is Saint David, Dewi Sant in Welsh. St. David's Day is celebrated on 1 March, which some people argue should be designated a public holiday in Wales.

Other days which have been proposed for national public commemorations are 16 September (the day on which Owain Glyndŵr's rebellion began) and 11 December (the death of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd).

The traditional seasonal festivals in Wales are:
Fish Festival and Fish Week in Pembrokeshire. A festival celebrated in June / July of each year. 

List of Events in Wales - January - December

  • See in the New Year in the heart of Cardiff. Calennig (the Welsh word for New Year celebration/gift) offers fun for all the family 
  • The fun (and very cold) Barry Island New Year's Day Dip (link is external) takes place each 1 January. Fancy dress is optional




May and June



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