Conquer Ceredigion with the Big Welsh Walk Challenge
Hundreds of people took on the Big Welsh Walk Challenge last year and conquered the landscapes of Ceredigion. Back by popular demand, Ramblers Cymru are encouraging people to step up for the challenge this June. Starting in Devil’s Bridge, Ceredigion on Saturday 2 June there are four walks to choose from, ranging from 6 to 20 miles. Each route will give walkers the chance to experience the stunning landscapes, highlighting breath taking scenery along the way. The Big Welsh Walk costs £20 to enter. The money raised will go towards Ramblers Cymru’s charitable eff orts to maintain paths across Wales. Volunteer teams throughout the nation work tirelessly to help maintain and improve paths each week so everyone can enjoy a walk in Wales, whether that’s to the local shops or to the top of a mountain. On entering, participants will receive a Big Welsh Walk T-shirt, medal and can also enjoy discounted deals at selected local businesses, including accommodation, restaurants and attractions. For further information about the Big Welsh Walk or to register, visit www.ramblers.org.uk/BigWelshWalk
Cardiff Toy & Train Sale
The regular collector’s bonanza reaches Cardiff again shortly when Wales’s largest and leading Toy & Train Sale arrives at Penarth Leisure Centre at Cogan, between 10.30am and 3.00pm on Saturday 7th April. This will be the second such Cardiff event of 2018 but two further dates are already booked for July & October of this year. Traders present on the day will be buying as well as selling and exchanging, and will also happily off er free valuations on a wide range of toy & train related items and without any obligation; they welcome items being brought in for cash or exchange. More information visit www.chrisdyerfairs.co.uk
Next Great Show ‘Mabwysiadu
gyda’n Gilydd’ Rydym yn lansio’r cynllun hwn ar y cyd â’n Partneriaid Mabwysiadu Gwirfoddol yng Nghymru. Bydd yn canolbwyntio ar ddarparu cartrefi cynaliadwy a chariadus i’r plant hynny sydd wedi bod yn aros hiraf ac a allai fod mewn gofal maeth tymor hir.
Mae plant pedair oed a hŷn, grwpiau o frodyr a chwiorydd a phlant ag anghenion penodol i gyd yn chwilio am deulu arbennig a fydd yn rhoi’r sylw a’r cariad y mae arnyn nhw eu hangen yn fawr iddyn nhw.
Os yw hyn yn rhywbeth rydych chi wedi bod yn ei ystyried, codwch y ffôn, a chymerwch eich cam cyntaf ar y siwrnai. Cysylltwch â ni ar 02920 493387.
Together’ Together with our Voluntary Adoption Partners in Wales we are launching this initiative focusing on providing sustainable, loving homes for those children who have been waiting the longest and could be in long-term foster care.
Children aged four and above, sibling groups and children with specific needs are all looking for a special family who will provide them with the love and attention they dearly need.
If this is something you have been considering, pick up the phone and begin your journey. Contact Us on 02920 493387.
30 en-suite bedrooms. Dormitory accommodation. Heated indoor swimming pool & sauna.
Function rooms for meetings, conferences, corporate events. Dining room, bars.
Midweek Breaks taken from Sunday to Thursday in a standard twin or double room to include a full traditional breakfast for a minimum of two nights just £39 per person per night.
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Telephone 01497 820033 www.baskervillehall.co.uk
BRITAINS; EFE; LLEDO; HORNBY TRAINS; BACHMANN; LIMA etc., and much, much more. 120 Tables
ENQUIRIES: 01643 702757 OR 07966 694579 Website: www.chrisdyerfairs.co.uk
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SATURDAY 7TH APRIL 2018 10.30am-3.00pm PENARTH LEISURE CENTRE, ANDREW ROAD, COGAN, PENARTH, CARDIFF, CF64 2NS Travel by Train - Cogan Station next to Venue!
Y & TRAIN SALE
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