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A new international report has concluded that quality is at the heart of the Welsh NHS and patient-centred care is a major priority (Friday 12th February).
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29 December 2011
Celebrity Chef, Jamie Oliver and BBC Springwatch presenter Kate Humble are just two of the contributors to the 2012 edition of Visit Wales’ annual holiday magazine – Wales View.
21 December 2011
A popular rural sport that already helps sustain the tourist industry in parts of Wales is to benefit from European funding to help take it to a new level.
21 November 2011
The Visit Wales Gold Award list for 2011-12 has been announced.
13 November 2011
Business Minister, Edwina Hart has announced a funding package of £1.4 million for the 2012 Wales Rally GB
23 September 2011
17 travel bloggers from USA, France, Spain, Belgium and Ireland are coming to Wales to take up The Mini Welsh Challenge 2011.
16 September 2011
Abergavenny Food Festival returns
05 September 2011
After being thrown into the limelight as part of Visit Wales’ new marketing campaign last month, Piers Bramhall has today arrived in Wales for a week long holiday.
26 August 2011
The summer bank holiday, 27 – 29 August is the last one of the summer before the children go back to school and autumn approaches.
18 August 2011
The Welsh Government and the City and County of Swansea have agreed with the Liberty Stadium to rename the North Stand the Croeso Stand.
09 August 2011
The people of Wales are being called upon to help in the quest to bring one man to Wales this summer.
18 March 2011
Three north Wales attractions will benefit from £700,000 funding from the Assembly Government which will create or safeguard 57 jobs in north Wales.
14 March 2011
The economic impact of golf tourism in Wales during 2010 was nearly £42m.
25 February 2011
Celebrate St David’s Day, our national day by visiting one of Wales’ heritage sites.
22 February 2011
Raglan Castle will be the home of the time travelling Doctor’s tardis throughout this February half-term.
18 February 2011
There’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained over the half term holidays in Wales. Here are just a few suggestions.
14 February 2011
Browns Hotel in Laugharne, synonymous with Dylan Thomas is set to benefit from Welsh Assembly Government funding.
03 February 2011
The 2010 media coverage for Wales in USA had the advertising value of nearly $8 million.
02 February 2011
The campaign is a continuation of the Wales: For Proper Holidays initiative which was launched last summer.
13 January 2011
Wales’ Castles are Britain’s most popular attraction with foreign visitors according to a new VisitBritain report.
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