Today launching earlier than planned is the UK arm of Online Book Store Bookshop.org and Welsh Bookshops have decided to join forces in what is being described as a “revolutionary moment in the history of bookselling”
Does your child dream of flying cars or space buggies? Why not let their imagination run wild and let them enter this year’s Toyota Dream Car Art Contest as Entries are Open Now
On Tuesday 6th October 2020, the plans to build a new secondary school in Haverfordwest were approved by Pembrokeshire County Council’s planning committee today, so work can now start.
Carmarthenshire Theatres remains closed due to the coronavirus pandemic and government guideline, so instead have unveiled a virtual programme of winter shows and events to keep people entertained at home.
The Swansea Council has announced that two of Swansea's annual winter events have been cancelled this year, to help keep local people safe through the coronavirus pandemic.
Carmarthenshire County Council has announced that for the first time in its 42 year history the Llanelli Christmas Carnival will not be held this year.
Something that might boost children, parent and teacher confident for returning to school in September is hearing that the Welsh Government has Confirmed Children will be required to Wear Face Coverings at School and College now.
Kids under 12 years old can get creative and submit their build in the latest LEGO and National Trust Competition to Win a Years Supply of Lego sets and a years Family Pass for National Trust.
The popular Instagram famous sunflower fields at Rhossili in the Gower will be opening from Friday 24th July but with some changes and not being run by the National Trust this year.