Featured in this issue:
6 WELSH CONNECTIONS – Karen Foy finds herself beside the seaside as she looks back at holidays of the past.
9 ON THE FLY – Moc Morgan on why the sewin is known as the ‘Child of the Tides.’
11 STORIES IN STONE – Geoff Brookes explains why Mynydd Allt y Grug in the Swansea Valley is known as The Moving Mountain.
15 WATER THAT PLAYS THE OLDEST MUSIC – Phil Cope takes us through the fascination of Sacred Springs & Holy Wells.
20 CYCLING WALES – The Beacons Gap Road is an ancient road that climbs between the highest peaks in the Brecon Beacons; Welsh mountain biking doesn’t get much better than this, Tom Hutton reveals more.
26 BEST OF WELSH & BORDERS FOOD GUIDE – The easiest way for you to source the best food and drink from Wales & the Borders. Many of our Best Of Welsh & Border producers are now geared up for mail order.
34 WELSH KITCHEN – We are tempting your taste buds with: Vegetarian Tenderstem and Peanut Noodles,
Roast Shallot and Broad Bean Cous-Cous, Asparagus Risotto and Rhubarb Brulee.
39 ARTS – Showcasing the best of our talented Welsh artists and craft makers.
43 PICTORIAL WALES – We loved his photographs so much we’ve asked him back again, the talented photographer Anthony Pease.
61 GARDENING – Beautiful bluebells, Richard Cain gives us more information as to why the bluebell is a protected species in the UK.
67 NOTHING TO WEAR? – Tempting clothes from: Chatham, Craghoppers, Mountain Horse and Weird Fish.
Other regular features include: Newsround; Music and book reviews; Arts in Wales; Stay Awhile, a listing of great places to stay in Wales; Where to Eat; Welsh Kitchen and Food Larder, with tempting recipes and food news; Pamper, with a selection of great gift and beauty products; Best of Welsh Food Directory of award-winning food and drink; Horoscopes and Nothing to Wear?