Exploring Pen y Fan

Brecon Beacons

Over the weekend me and my little grrl gang (my girlfriend and my dog) went to make the most of the bright Welsh winter sunshine by exploring our highest local peak – Pen y Fan. Only an hour from Cardiff, the wild and rugged mountains of the Brecon Beacons are a world away from our […]

Shelduck In The City

Shelduck at Roath Park, Cardiff

The tree lined Victorian boating lake in Roath Park is home to some of our most familiar faces – mute swans, Canada geese, greylag geese and more mallards than you can shake a stick at (very carefully, from a distance, without disturbing them!). It also provides a rest spot for those passing by on the […]

No New M4: A Bumblebees Plea

Today is World Wetlands Day, and I cannot stop thinking about the fact that whilst we are celebrating and cherishing these amazing places to visit, that South Wales’ very own wetland haven is threatened with destruction. This year the Welsh Government are voting to rip up the Gwent Levels, all for 10 minutes less spent […]