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Taliesin, royal bard and spiritual master

Taliesin, the Shakespeare of his day. Taliesin, Britain’s best-known, best-loved person in the sixth century. Taliesin, almost the last of the Druids, for their honour, status and influence was being destroyed by the Christian ascendancy before his eyes, and he left no successor. 2,066 more words

History - 6th Century

All Aboard - Departing Carmarthen 22nd August 2015

Sounds of old trains greeted an audience in Oriel Myrddin on Saturday 22nd August as they arrived and received their tickets to embark…The room filled and the audience were welcomed with a song from Joanna Bond with percussion from Ceri Rhys Matthews (this version below is accompanied by the train sounds). 354 more words

#Aberaeron #Wales riverside morning sketch. 

Had a good start to the day here in the sunny Aberaeron by the riverside. Starting to prepare for a later autumn exhibition.

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One step at a time

School holidays this month, and lots of travelling up and down. My daughters have been in the Dolomites with their dad, so every week I’ve done my few days work, and travelled down to Ceredigion. 206 more words


Ceredigion Calls

Ceredigion calls

Across traffic and houses

Dark mills and moorland

I can hear the call of the sea

From this human complaining

Discontent amidst plenty… 202 more words


www.weacceptpets.co.uk The Castle Hotel, Aberaeron, Ceredigion

The Castle Hotel is situated in a Grade II Listed Building in the Georgian Harbour Town of Aberaeron in West Wales.

The Castle Hotel accepts Dogs; you can view this Hotel on our website  170 more words


The Devil's Bridge, Beautiful Waterfalls and more

It’s a rather hot attraction in for short-stops or hiking in Mid-Wales due to its beautiful waterfalls, nature trail and punchbowl. For prices and an awesome .gif of the waterfall, please check out this website… 546 more words