June issues out now!

by Webmaster, 22nd March 2017

Check out our June issues of Welsh Coastal Life and Welsh Border Life

Summer's arrived and our magazines this month are packed with ideas for you to explore the beautiful Welsh coastline and Borders.

June's issue of Welsh Coastal Life gives you the low-down on Pembrokeshire - the places to see, the things to do and where to stay, eat and shop this summer. We show you around Aberdyfi – the beautiful Gwynedd village with a three-mile sandy bay and world-renowned golf course. We suggest our favourite boat trips to try this year and where to find quiet beaches only accessible by foot. There's also the incredible story of Rosanne and Mike Alexander who spent 10 years living on the deserted island of Skomer, often with just puffins and shearwaters for company!

In Welsh Border Life we get you outdoors on three beautiful walks where you can cool off with a dip in a river or lake. We go cycling in the Cambrian Mountains and meet the poet inspired by the woodland he owns and in which he often sleeps. We have a lovely range of garden furniture ideas and suggest 10 of the best beer gardens in the region. We also visit Llangollen - the small Denbighshire town with a phenomenal number of attractions.

But that's not all, of course. As ever, both issues are also packed with with events, homes & gardens, arts & crafts, shopping pages, letters and our fabulous columnists, including Jules Hudson and Iolo Williams.

To find your local stockist of either magazine, click here. Or to ensure you never miss another issue, click here to subscribe and claim a FREE recipe book in the process!


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