Portmeirion

14 Feb 19
Newmarketresearch

MarketResearchNest.com presents “Global Ceramic Tableware Market Status and Future Forecast 2015-2024” new document to its studies database. Request a sample copy @ https://www.marketresearchnest.com/report/requestsample/536315 Market Segment as follows: Key Companies; Villeroy and Boch Rosenthal GmbH Meissen KAHLA Porzellan Seltmann Weiden Schonwald WMF Fiskars Group Lenox Portmeirion Group PLC The Oneida Group Homer Laughlin China Noritake Narumi […]

07 Feb 19
quercuscommunity

After the oatcakes we went to Dudsons, but they were shut.  It’s nice pottery, but you can’t buy it if the shop door is locked. Then we went to the Portmeirion shop, where Julia went shopping and I took a photo of the crack in the winscreen that had happened on the +way . Then […]

06 Feb 19
Specialist Court Installers

Basketball Facility Fencing in Portmeirion #Fencing #Basketball #Facilities #Portmeirion https://t.co/eZxcJQov4L Basketball Facility Fencing in Portmeirion #Fencing #Basketball #Facilities #Portmeirion https://t.co/eZxcJQov4L — Basketball Court (@basketballuk11) February 6, 2019 from Basketball Court Contractors https://basketballcourtcontractorsuk.tumblr.com/post/182614407434 via IFTTT From https://specialistcourtinstallers.tumblr.com/post/182614573683

06 Feb 19
Basketball Court Contractors

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06 Feb 19
mooretreks

2 019/01/24 Bali, Lovina, Danu Beratan, Bedugul, Kuta No bus services or transfers run from Amed to Lovina so we negotiated a taxi for 450k Rp Villages along the coast, shack type places lining the road selling stuff from foods to motorcycle parts, furniture, temple ornaments. Views up Volcano Mt. Agung as we drive around […]

04 Feb 19
Brompton Media

Held in September at the magical coastal destination of mediterranean style village of Portmeirion in North Wales.  During this award winning festival the village and woods of Portmeirion come alive with music, crafts, theatre, talks and attracts regular visitors from across the North of England and Wales. Its a different crowd to other festivals, a […]

03 Feb 19
Study . Work . Travel . Blog

Whilst there’s nothing like going-against-the-grain when it comes to romance, some places are just made to cosy moments for two. With valentines day coming up, here are my favourite travel-inspired outings to give you those all-important butterflies.

02 Feb 19
The Artifact

1. WowTrip: The surprise/mystery holiday Have you heard about WowTrip? WowTrip is a company who arrange ‘surprise holidays’. You basically pay them a small fee and they arrange a holiday for you! You select your travel dates, your departure airport and you have the option to dismiss a few destinations and then they arrange the […]

01 Feb 19
BLOG by Izzy Grey

    Chip’d, the Dutch-inspired artisan chip shop concept, will be officially opening on Chester’s Northgate Street on Saturday 9th February at 12pm. To celebrate, the first 100 guests will receive a FREE cone of chips. Prior to the opening of the Chester shop, Chip’d was known for cooking its signature chips at food and […]

27 Jan 19
FREE travel plans for independent travellers

I’ll start this post with an ending. We’d been in Chile for almost two months and the desert town of San Pedro de Atacama was to be our last stop here. It’s high (altitude is over 2000m) and hot here – a big contrast to cool coastal Patagonia where we first entered this hugely varied […]

27 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

‘Michael Jackson!’, my children shout with delight.

‘No, Michael Jacksons, plural,’ I reply, before reminding them the King of Pop popped off some years ago and we’ll actually be seeing a musical extravaganza featuring people who vaguely resemble him.

My wife, daughters and I are discussing the evening entertainment at a Haven holiday park in Pwllheli, North Wales, where we’ll be staying for the week.

Called Hafan y Mor (‘Haven by the sea’), it’s a sprawling family-friendly site in the shadow of Snowdonia National Park.

As a security man waves our car through the entrance gate, I tell the kids that according to legend, a fierce giant once lived on the slopes of Snowdon, Wales’s highest mountain, and that he used to kill kings, shave off their beards and weave the ha