The Eastern And Western Cleddau

The Eastern And Western Cleddau

The Eastern And Western Cleddau Follow March 2024 At Picton Point in Pembrokeshire the tidal sections of two of West Wales’s best-known rivers come together to form the Daugleddau (or “two Cleddaus”). Their 27km combined estuary is also known as Milford Haven....
River Teme

River Teme

River Teme Follow January 2024 At Castell-y-Cnwclas (Knucklas Castle) in Mid Wales, local legend has it that King Arthur once threw the head of a giant he had killed into the nearby river Teme. Using it to cross the water, he commanded that it turn to stone, shouting...
Afon Elan

Afon Elan

Afon Elan Follow December 2023 On an autumn evening in 1880 a riot broke out in a town in mid-Wales. Such was its ferocity that one man was reported lucky to have escaped with his life. The cause of the unrest? Atlantic salmon. Not their scarcity or impending...
Afon Afan

Afon Afan

Afon Afan Follow November 2023 Rising on Mynydd Llangeinwy in Glamorganshire, South Wales, the Afan is a small spate river that passes through a once heavily industrialised valley before entering Swansea Bay at Port Talbot, some 16 miles from its source. It is...
River Ely

River Ely

River Ely Follow October 2023 The Ely (or Afon Elai in Welsh) is a relatively short and largely urban river in South Wales. Unusually for the rivers of the area, it does not have a reservoir in its headwaters and instead rises from the hills just north of Tonyrefail...
Afon Alyn

Afon Alyn

Afon Alyn Follow September 2023 Rising on the Clwydian Hills, the Afon Alyn is the longest of the river Dee’s tributaries. Its Welsh name is Alun, which translates as “meandering one.” From source, the Alyn at first flows north through the villages of Llandegla,...