Learn a bit more about the Welsh Culture
In a world where many tourist destinations are becoming homogenised Wales stands out proudly as a country that values its culture. The Welsh people continue to invest their time in maintaining their arts and historic and modern festivals that are not just about Eisteddfods and Choir concerts but part of the Welsh way of life. One aspect of the Welsh culture that is particularly precious is the language which you will hear spoken throughout the country.
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Featured Community and Culture
- Tintern Youth Club: Tintern Youth Club was formed in 2007 to provide children of the community and neighbouring villages the opportunity to meet in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and enjoy sporting and creative activities as well as just having fun.
- Bridges Exhibition - Menai Bridge Community Heritage Trust: Welcome to the "Menai Bridge Community Heritage Trust" a community project to celebrate our two world famous bridges, the rich marine environment, the beauty of the straits and the story of the local people down the centuries.
- Mid Wales Food and Land Trust: The Mid Wales Food & Land Trust has recently launched an associated website for all local food and drink producers, retailers and restaurateurs in providing online promotion and exposure. Whilst also acting as a comprehensive business database available to the public and the media.
- Follow the Medieval Princes of North Wales with author Sharon Penman: 13th Century medieval Wales was a time when the Princes of Gwynedd ruled much of Wales; a time when battle cries rang out as brother fought brother, and the Welsh sought to defend their territory against the English King. Castles rose all over North Wales, together with churches, and the courts and palaces of the Princes.