Featured in this issue of Welsh Country Magazine:
6. WELSH CONNECTIONS –Moma Machynlleth is – A Temple For The Arts.
8. FISHING – Tony Rees explains what a bad time it has been for angling in Wales with major pollutions.
Out & About
9. STORIES IN STONE – Geoff Brookes relates the sad tale about William James as far as we know was the only Welshman to die at the Battle of Little Bighorn in June 1876.
12. WALKING WALES – Not actually and island, it’s actually a rocky headland separated from the Pembrokeshire mainland by a narrow, marshy channel and acts as the dividing line between Fishguard Bay to the west and Newport Bay to the east.
16. NEWSROUND – A snapshot of what’s happening around Wales.
Eat, Drink & Sleep
18. BEST OF WELSH & BORDERS FOOD GUIDE – Please use our listing to source the best food and drink in Wales & the Borders.
24. WELSH KITCHEN – Suggestions to help you solve your meal and snack dilemmas: Leek, Bacon & Kale Pie, Mackerel with Herby Tomato and Shallots Salsa on Toast and Blueberry & Lemon Curd Muffins.
26. WELSH FOOD & DRINK – Food Festivals.
27. WHERE TO EAT – Fabulous food, much of it local in our selection of the best restaurants, bistros, inns and pubs.
28. HOT FROM THE KITCHEN – Chef Gareth Johns is happy as he describes the ‘Hungry Gap’ is now over and the new season’s produce has begun!
29. FOOD LARDER – The latest news from our Best of Welsh & Border producers.
56. STAY AWHILE – If you can escape for a break, do try one of our super places.
32. WHEN I WAS A CHILD – Sarah Tarbutt shares a lovely story with us by taking us back to when she was a child.
34. PICTORIAL WALES – Thomas Winstone describes himself as an amateur photographer but I cannot agree with him!
40. PARSON & THE PUBLICAN – Meander down the Wye Valley & linger in Tintern
42. PAMPER – Help with gift ideas for Father’s Day and treats for you.
48. BOOKSHELF – Some book suggestions for you.
49. POETRY – Angela Steele’s poem of Aberglasney’s Secret Gardens is cleverly illustrated by Zoe Gladwin.
50. ARTS – Use our fabulous artists and craft workers for that special gift.
53. GRUMPY OLD GEEZER – is still cross about ‘free’ prescriptions.
53. MUSIC – Five varied CDs for you to enjoy.
54. COFFEE BREAK – Test your skills with our crossword & Sudoku puzzles
61. GARDENING – National Gardening Scheme, takes a look at the early summer garden.
66. HOROSCOPES –Christine Chalklin gives her forecast for May & June.
67. NOTHING TO WEAR? There’s clothing temptation from: Crags, Chatham, Kirk Boots and Weird Fish.
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