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Time for tea! Our favourite afternoon teas in North Wales By David on Wednesday, 6 Sep 2017

Afternoon tea has become something of a British national treasure. We’ve loved a cuppa ever since King Charles II and his wife introduced it to the masses back in the 1660’s, but it wasn’t until the…

10 things you didn't know about the Great Orme By David on Wednesday, 30 Aug 2017

As you drive into Llandudno, whether you come from the busy and bustling North Shore, or the quieter West Shore, you’ll see it. You can’t miss it, rising a rather impressive 207 metres out of the sea,…

Our pick of late summer festivals By David on Wednesday, 23 Aug 2017

The nights are beginning to draw in and autumn is beckoning in North Wales, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop just yet. There are still plenty of big events taking place over the next few…

Legendary castles of North Wales: Rhuddlan By David on Wednesday, 16 Aug 2017

Wales is home to a spectacular array of medieval castles; in fact there are no less than 600 fortresses scattered across the country - that's more per square mile than any other country in the world!

North Wales churches with stories to tell - part three By David on Wednesday, 9 Aug 2017

Continuing our historic churches blog series, we've got two very different but equally fascinating holy places to share with you for this week.