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Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, seem to be everywhere these days but their history on Anglesey goes back to the early 1940s, when biplanes known as "Queen Bees" were ...
Llanarmon in the Ceiriog Valley, near Wrexham, is one of many places in Wales named after a 5th-century bishop of Auxerre, France. St Garmon came to Wales in 429AD to ...
The triple-decked Devil's Bridge, east of Aberystwyth, is linked to the legend of a woman outwitting the devil, but its Welsh name, Pontarfynach, is at the other end of the spectrum of goodness. The last ...
WCP in Carmarthenshire
The Wales Coast Path runs from Pendine to the Loughor Estuary in Carmarthenshire.
Click the place name where you wish to join the WCP:
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