Abergavenny Food Festival 2019

A food lover’s paradise of stalls, tastings, masterclasses, cookery lessons and talks on everything culinary was on offer throughout the weekend. Abergavenny Food Festival enjoyed its exceptional reputation as a place for chefs, food businesses, journalists, farmers and food producers to come together on the 21st and 22nd of September. It is  known for being … More Abergavenny Food Festival 2019

A weekend of all things Tudor at Raglan Castle

Visitors flocked to enjoy the Tudor weekend led by the Beaufort Companye and their esteemed friends from the Wars of the Roses Federation. Living history displays, re-enactments plus plenty of Tudor themed fun make up this ever popular festival. Photographed (L to R): Judith Arnopp, John Arnopp and Moray Holmes. Judith, an author of historical … More A weekend of all things Tudor at Raglan Castle

Historia Normannis at Raglan Castle

Historia Normannisat came to Raglan Castle at the Bank Holiday weekend. Raglan Castle was the setting for the return to Medieval times during the Easter bank holidays, with the arrival of the Normans from the historical re-enactment society ‘Historia Normannis’. Society members gathered from around Britain from as far afield as Lancashire and York to … More Historia Normannis at Raglan Castle

Amazing Grace Spaces

The charity Amazing Grace Spaces unveiled two sleeping pods for the homeless in Newport. Many homeless people do not have a safe place to go. The pods were displayed outside St Paul’s Church, in Newport South Wales and they were designed to be overnight accommodation for those sleeping rough. Stuart Johnson, who is the design … More Amazing Grace Spaces