Posts Tagged: "days out south wales"

Rhondda Heritage Park

Welsh coal mining history at Rhondda Heritage Park

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*in association with Visit RCT and Rhondda Heritage Park As my children ran around the playground at Rhondda Heritage Park, the Museum of Welsh Mining, I couldn’t help but be drawn to the huge metal structure of the former Lewis Merthyr Colliery towering over us. It felt so surreal watching the...

Tintern

A family weekend in Tintern

We headed to Tintern over the weekend for a family break. The village, which sits on the west bank of the River Wye just north of Chepstow, is beautifully quaint. Most famous for its abbey, we loved the friendly atmosphere and slow pace of life here – all helped by...

Heath Park Cardiff

A muddy morning at Heath Park, Cardiff

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After dropping Little Miss E to school and Little Man O to Cylch (Welsh playgroup) this morning, Toddler Boy and I found ourselves with just under an hour to spare before our online shopping delivery was due to arrive. We hadn’t really planned anything other than playing in the house...

Cardiff Mummy Says – official Cadw blogger ambassador!

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I’m so excited to announce that Cardiff Mummy Says is officially a Cadw blogger ambassador! Over the coming year, we’ll be visiting and writing about some of Wales’s most important monuments and castles, helping to promote our country’s heritage and letting you know about forthcoming family-friendly events and activities. Plus...

Fairy and gnome trail at Amelia Trust Farm, Barry

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Regular readers of Cardiff Mummy Says will know I’ve been making the most of all the amazing free attractions in and around Cardiff this summer holiday. Yesterday, we headed to the Amelia Trust Farm, which is half way down the Five Mile Lane, otherwise known as the A4226 which links Bonvilston...