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Reception on arrival. The route follows the grounds and woods and so appropriate footwear is advised. Home made ice cream will also be on sale from the Shop throughout the summer months.
Angling legend Moc Morgan has officially opened North Wales’ newest tourist destination - a visitor centre at a lake created to feed two power stations almost a century ago.
Llyn Trawsfynydd is the latest to share in the £4m Snowdonia Centre of Excellence scheme – part of the EU-backed Sustainable Tourism project - and now boasts a new visitor centre and café and 3km cycle trail plus fishing and boating facilities.
The £4m EU-backed scheme has already brought in 160,000 extra visitors and created 26 new jobs, with dozens more safeguarded, guests at the official opening were told.
Foodie Festival is Bigger & Better for 2014!
The bustling market town of Mold is gearing up for its annual food and drink festival in September.
A one-day festival of culture, food & the great outdoors for the whole family.
Saturday 20th September
A very big, exciting announcement this week. There's a brand new mini festival coming to the Farm Shop in September, which is a smorgasbord of all our favourite things: food, music and the great outdoors. So it's a festival quite unlike any other, and promises to be a fantastic day out for the whole family.
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Wow – what a two weeks it has been since we announced the Good Life Experience – our one-day mini festival of culture, food and the great outdoors, to be held here at the Farm Shop on September 20. Maybe it's because we are now into festival season and everyone's in the mood... but we've been thrilled with the response so far.
The reopening of a storm damaged section of the Cambrian Coast line north of Barmouth as far as Harlech on Thursday 1st May has been warmly welcomed by a Mid Wales tourism leader.
Val Hawkins, chief executive of MWT, which represents more than 600 tourism and hospitality businesses across Mid and South Wales, described the reopening of the line in time for the Bank Holiday weekend as “great news” for tourism businesses and visitors alike.
Train services have been disrupted since early January when storms and tidal surges caused widespread damage, with Llanaber, north of Barmouth, one of the worst affected areas.
Network Rail is investing £10 million in a programme of storm repairs along the line, which saw the section from Machynlleth to Barmouth reopen in February.
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