discover the 2021 festival adventures…

We made four journeys of discovery celebrating the Landscape of Faith across South Wales – discover them below! Join the journey… Website and exhibition launch: Our new website, with interactive map, launches soon and we’ll be launching the Landscapes of Faith Exhibition at Llantwit Major – specially commissioned photographs by award winning international photographer Kiran Ridley. JOURNEY

St Patrick was from Wales!

The name of St Patrick is celebrated around the world – everyone knows the patron Saint of Ireland.  Facts about ancient saints are sometimes clouded in myth and legend, but we know for certain that Patrick is a real, historical figure. His writing still exists today, including his autobiography. But Patrick didn’t start in Ireland.

The Turner Prize – landscapes of faith music in the mix

Work commissioned by the Landscapes of Faith project forms part of this year’s Turner Prize for modern art. The prize is run annually by the Tate Gallery and this year a nomination has gone to the Welsh artist’s collective Gentle/Radical. Part of their exhibition in this year’s award includes music commissioned for the Landscapes of

Halloween in St Brides Major

Halloween celebrations and the festival of All Saints come together in this South Wales village Families came together in St Brides Major, just outside Bridgend in South Wales, to start Halloween off on an exciting note. Gathering as the daylight faded children and adults walked through the village in Halloween costumes and made their way

Discovering St David

Three miles south of Tregaron lies the village and church of Llanddewi Brefi. It is the church associated with Saint David, and the Welsh word Brefi refers to cattle lowing in the pastures and streams around the village. Inside the church today are Celtic stones dating back to the 6th century, including the beautiful, simple

Strata Florida – sacred valley for thousands of years

If you haven’t visited Strata Florida yet, put it on your bucket list. As you arrive in this special valley you’ll pass the great Cors Caron, the vast Tregaron Bog, one of the natural wonders of Wales. High up in this valley are early bronze age stones, set out on the hillside, bearing witness to

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