The Roving Retirees: April adventures

Pembrokeshire retirees Karen and Jeanette share their post-retirement adventures around West Wales; dog walking in Marloes hidden woodlands & across the Preselis, Over 50s Walking Football, Maria’s Cafe at Picton Castle and Cafe Mor at Freshwater West beach.

Life Seeker Newspaper – Issue 6

NEWSPAPER MENU ISSUE 6 psst! use the top menu to jump sections what’s inside? Previous Next EDITOR’S NOTE (click here) good work celebrating social impact

Sian Angharad Williams

I live with my partner and eight-year-old daughter in Cardiff although I’m originally from Felindre, a small village north of Swansea. When I first moved

Summer prep and willow craft at the Perennial

Spring is in the air at the Perennial gardens, shop and cafe in St Davids. Gill and Pippa share their activities to welcome in the summer, plus invite you to join their willow making workshops from April to August.

Life Seeker newspaper - Issue #5 collage

Life Seeker Newspaper – Issue 5

In this issue we share an insight to mental health charity Get The Boys A Lift, details of the charity ball for the 10th anniversary of Thorne Mason Trust and keep you updated on the adventures of Karen Penny on her 20,000 walk around Great Britain and Ireland for Alzheimer’s Research UK.We look at how visitors to West Wales are taking a mindful approach to holidaying with FBM Holidays, how coastal cafe The Meadow support a holistic approach to wellness and the positive effects of gardening at The Perennial. We also share how Pembrokeshire Remakery are encouraging us to mend and repair to reduce landfill waste, how a lady on Instagram is tackling 100 things to do in Wales, upcoming events and more.

A green-fingered day keeps the doctor away

Pippa and Gill from the Perennial share research results on the health benefits of gardening and invite you to join them at their Spring garden club, gardening afternoons, shop and cafe.

Visitors to West Wales are seeking mindful stays

Connectivity is something the modern world demands. Accommodation agents however, are seeing small ripples of movement towards guests wanting to disconnect from their regular lives, so they can fully enjoy the property, the local people and their surroundings.

100 things to do in wales before you die

100 things to do in wales

Early in 2018 I came across an interesting lady posting fun photos of the things she and her family were experiencing in Wales. She was

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