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Great Rhos and Black Mixen

From the Shropshire hills, a great flat-topped dome dominates the southern distance – Radnor Forest (not a forest, though the hill’s northern slopes are well-covered with conifers). 170 more words


The Hideaway

The Hideaway

Tucked away
in the fold of a hill
through a bridal archway
of rowan, oak and beech.

Perhaps you are here
in Summer, awash with… 118 more words


Aurora over Mid Wales 17th March 2015

I was flicking through my twitter feed 9pm last night when I noticed a rash of aurora alerts and aurora images being posted from people around the north of the UK and even down as far as Norfolk ! 250 more words


Wedding Fayres - loved by brides, grooms, families and exhibitors

After a wonderfully successful time at Burgoynes Wedding Fayre this year, I thought I would dedicate this entry to the marvellous work that Wedding Fayre organisers do in order to provide brides and local businesses alike with a valuable resource. 265 more words


On Opposing Forces

Do you drive? Rob asks me.

We are sitting in the kitchen while Pippa glues labels to honey jars. The labels read: ‘PURE WELSH HONEY’. On either side, flowers. 1,150 more words

Building: ruin

Tower 4/4
An ‘interior’ view of a ruined section of Alisby’s Castle, Crickhowell


Portals: ruined

5/5 Crickhowell windows
An arched window in a remaining ivy-swathed medieval wall of Alisby’s Castle