In the first of her monthly car-free coast series, our writer takes the train to the Vale of Glamorgan, to explore its beaches and clifftops by bus and on foot.All the land and property in Wales owned by the Queen - Wales Online
Unsurprisingly it's quite a long list and features several well-known sites.Welsh independence movement given 'momentous' boost by Caernarfon rally - Daily Post
Organisers estimate more than 8000 filled the streets to show their support for the campaign.Porthcawl might not be the Caribbean but it does offer fun and frolics for those on a budget - The Sun
DREAM of paddleboarding in shimmering blue waters or scampering over giant sand dunes but don't have the budget for an exotic destination? Look no further.Carys Davies on south Wales: ‘The valleys, the coast, gave me an abiding sense of where I come from’ - The Guardian
The author on growing up in Newport and how reading became her escape to other worlds.