Tag Archives: Wales

European Festivals: The Weird And The Wonderful

There’s a festival for just about anything. Amy Moore celebrates some of the strangest offerings for groups seeking to experience the surreal. UK//COOPER’S HILL CHEESE ROLLING May 26, 2015 Hosted in the petit Gloucester village of Brockworth, Cooper’s Hill Cheese Rolling embraces the local culture of chasing a wheel of cheese down a steep 295foot incline. […]

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Sport Focus: Battle Stadiums

England and Wales host the 2015 Rugby World Cup. With tickets becoming available over the next few months, James Day looks at what the tournament’s venues have to offer, whether your group is looking to attend or simply take a closer look at one of the stadiums. While England’s bid for the 2018 FIFA World Cup may […]

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Coach Drivers’ Choice

There are plenty of attractions and businesses doing everything they can to attract the attention of coach drivers, understanding that a coach load of passengers represents a substantial amount of business. It might be a simple offer of free entry, or it could be a complete package of benefits where the business really goes out […]

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National Theatre Wales To Mark Dylan Thomas Centenary

The first production of National Theatre Wales’ fourth year will be a site-specific re-imagining of Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood. The production features theatrical installations across the town of Laugharne, which sits on an estuary in Carmarthenshire, west Wales, and pre-recorded performances from some of Wales’ best-known actors and singers. Raw […]

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