For millennia, people all around the world have gazed up, wide-eyed, towards the heavens, trying to make sense of the universe and our place within it. But, with worldwide population growth and the expansion of industrial cities, a 2016 study found that 80 percent of the world – and more than 99 percent of the […]
The Brunel Trail is a 9 mile trail that runs from Haverfordwest to Neyland along the track of the old GWR railway; Neyland was the terminus of the GWR. You can start at either end or join at several places along the way. As it is an old railway track, it’s an easy walk and […]
The Museum of Land Speed at Pendine Sands has now opened for business after many years of building. There is lots of information on the history of the sands and the land speed record attempts held there. See what’s on at their website https://cofgar.wales/venues/museum-of-land-speed/
The cafe at Manorbier YHA is excellent. It is open most of the day and serves evening meals as well. Coffee and cake for £4.95 is a good price as are the kids menus. Very close to Church Door cove which is very well worth a visit.
The Museum of Internal Fire It is located near Tanygroes, which is north of Cardigan on the main road to Aberyswyth. It has an amazing collection of working diesel engines as well as steam engines, marine engines, radio equipment etc. Of special note is the oldest working diesel engine in the UK, which still runs. […]