Rediscovering Milford Haven: Pembrokeshire’s industrial town

When I think of Pembrokeshire’s reputation for brilliant coastal stays, I’ll be totally honest, and say that Milford Haven doesn’t naturally to spring to mind. But after decades of being overlooked, I recently discovered a town that’s reinventing itself as a destination for visitors keen on good food, outdoor pursuits, and easy access to Pembrokeshire’s incredible coastal attractions.

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‘VALE FOOD TRAIL’ WILL SHOWCASE LOCAL & SUSTAINABLE FOOD

A new event will shine a light on the evolving local food scene in the Vale of Glamorgan – with a particular focus on showcasing sustainable food and drink. The inaugural Vale Food Trail will take place from 9th – 18th June and will include a calendar of events designed to bring people closer to food producers and businesses in the Vale, whilst deepening their connections with the surrounding community.

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The floating London hotel putting purpose over profit

From the outside, the Good Hotel looks like a giant, floating shipping container – but as they say, it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Here, the modern decor and cosy rooms make for a comfortable nights rest – whilst profits go back into the business to offer training and jobs to long-term unemployed people in the local community.

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A Long Weekend in Athens: A first-timer’s itinerary

We spent three days and three nights exploring Athens, the buzzing capital of Greece. One of the world’s oldest cities, Athens is still dominated by 5th-century BC landmarks, giving visitors the opportunity to experience the excitement of modern Athens, whilst still connecting with its epic past.

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