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Kids Activities

The Welsh Hawking Centre

The Welsh Hawking centre is much more than just an opportunity to see birds of prey. The demonstrations are superb, complete with narration and fascinating facts. Situated in the Vale of Glamorgan near Barry and it has a kids animal farm and of course a café. The Welsh Hawking Centre, Weycock Road, Barry CF62 3AA 01446 734 687

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The Amelia Trust Farm

The Amelia Trust farm is very popular in the holidays, car park may get crowded but the farm seems to cope OK. Its big 160 acres and charitable, so its best to make a contribution. Great walks and a big carp pond. Plenty of things to explore in the woods. Amelia Trust Farm, Five Mile Lane, Barry, CF62 3AS, 01446 …

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Warren Mill Farm

Warren Mill farm is about 5 minutes from Cowbridge a brilliant place that doesn’t cost a fortune and has plenty to do. You can feed the goats, rabbits and guinea pigs and see the Llamas and Pigs. The stars of the show for my book are the prairie dogs that burrow in the ground in a maze of tunnels, timid …

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It’s the weekend: 10 Things to do with your family this weekend in Wales

When the weekend arrives, and the kids need entertaining, you need some expert help with finding things to do for you and your family in Wales. Luckily, we’ve got our ears to the ground, and our very own Cathy Owen has picked some of the best events and activities for families in Wales this weekend… Events and activities for families …

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Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle front entrance

Cardiff Castle is set in Bute Park and is right in the middle of Cardiff. Because of the restoration carried out when Cardiff was thriving on the riches from coal and steel it is seen nationally and internationally as a ‘must see’ destination. A keep and hence a castle has been in existence for over 2000 years and so the …

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