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Ceredigion Museum has announced an exciting new partnership with the Royal Commission for the Historical Monuments of Wales. This new partnership has attracted a £1,000 funding to display fragments of a unique Roman glass vessel, which was found at Abermegwr Romano-British villa.
The Welsh First Minister recently announced that Wales is moving to Alert Level 4 with restrictions on holiday accommodation and travel to be introduced from 28 December.
As expected, additional Guidance was published by the Government of both England and Wales yesterday evening. This new Guidance comes into effect at 6pm FRIDAY 4th DECEMBER 2020.
Following yesterday’s announcement from the First Minister for Wales there is no change to the current guidance with regards to travel into and out of Wales and overnight stays. Until further guidance is published (expected later this week) the following applies. As and when we receive further guidance we will update as required.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement that England will enter a 4 week Lockdown on Thursday 5th November, please see our latest update on Salop Group Parks.
Wales will go into a National Lockdown from 6pm Friday 23 October until 9 November 2020, First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced.
The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway is recruiting a new general manager after Charles Spencer announced his retirement.
The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway will return to operating trains over its full length on selected days in September, following a successful reopening in August in the wake of the Covid-19 lockdown.
After recent communication and guidance from the British Holiday Homes & Parks Association (BH&HPA) and careful consideration from Salop Caravans Sites and Bywater Leisure Parks Ltd the decision has been made to close by midnight 22/03/2020. Until such time is safely to re-open.
Gwynedd Council’s cabinet has backed the submission of a formal application for the county’s historic slate communities to be given UNESCO world heritage status.
Ffordd Pen Llech, a street in north Wales has been declared the steepest in the world.
A new £500,000 reception facility at the award-winning Min-y-Don Holiday Park in Harlech was officially opened by Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport Lord Elis-Thomas.
A spectacular Welsh dragon sculpture has returned to the Cambrian Coast where he is set to guard a new caravan park in the shadow of an ancient castle.