The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail in the Yorkshire Dales, the Falls of Clyde near New Lanark and the Four Waterfalls Walk in the Brecon Beacons near Aberdare are arguably the most scenic waterfall walks in Great Britain. Waterfalls provide a double joy: the appearance of the splashing white water and the sometimes almost deafening noise of […]
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Written by Julia Thorley (A Runner-up entry in the Travel for Seniors Writing Competition.) ‘When were you last in Llandudno?’ the hotel receptionist asked. ‘Probably in the sixties,’ we replied, ‘though we didn’t know each other then, of course. We visited as children with our respective families.’ ‘Well, you’ll find nothing’s changed.’ This wasn’t said […]
Written by Bridget Blankley (One of two winning entries in the Off the Beaten Track Writing Competition.) The secluded village of Ystalyfera, which lies at the heart of the Welsh Dragon farming region, is at its most charming in the early autumn, when the hatchlings first stretch their legs on the gentle slopes of the Purple Hills. […]