Welsh Country Magazine is the pan Wales magazine that is essential reading for those that are passionate about the countryside of Wales, Welsh Food, Arts in Wales, the history of Wales and its people, lifestyle, gardening and much more. Here’s a list of just some of the fascinating articles that feature in the May – June issue:
FISHING – Why do so many people from all over Wales, the country and from abroad, visit Anglesey every year? Tony Rees explains.
STORIES IN STONE – Geoff Brookes tells the tale of Catherine (Kate) Dennis, a forgotten 16 year old Welsh servant girl from Flint who was murdered in the shadows of the Pennines in 1891.
WALKING WALES – Tom Hutton goes to the Welsh Wildlife Centre, near Cardigan which provides the base camp for this short, but hilly exploration of the Pembrokeshire countryside.
PICTORIAL WALES – Amazing photography from the talented Anthony Pease.
GARDENING – Penny Davies from the National Gardening Scheme is pleased that it’s now show-time in the garden.
If you would like to read a snippet of each or any of the articles mentioned above, CLICK HERE