Tourism Associations In Wales

Why so many tourism associations? Partly it’s geographic, people form local communities believe that they have uniquely shared needs. But I think it’s such a mess because of a desire of a few to castle build, of may to engage in protectionism and of most to make some money or pay for a salary of an admin or officer of some kind. And because of these less than altruistic foundations the numerous and yearly increasing associations are bewildering and lacking in a strong collective voice.

When Will ‘They’ Get It?

3: Are you prepared to write to charities and ask for a self imposed limit of 20 max participants in any event? This I have arbitrarily imposed and I think it is a good starting point. Further discussion on numbers could be had but I set 20 as my limit and I break that group into two and we get along just fine. I only ever attend mid week or for sunset or sunrise walks. So…

Capel Cartref

Capel Cartref is a renovated chapel, originally built in 1930 and named Capel Newydd. Based in Powys, on the border of Brecon Beacons, Capel Cartref is now a 5 bedroom house, with three bathrooms and an enclosed garden; it accommodates ten people and accepts well managed dogs. The rear of the chapel has a viranda and balcony that overlooks River Twrch.