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19 October 2018
The development of Porthcawl and Rest Bay has taken another step forward after securing EU funding to develop an iconic waterfront location.  
 
18 October 2018
Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport, Lord Elis-Thomas recently visited the Sea Shanty Café in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey to see how the business is progressing.
 
10 October 2018
The Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport has announced Welsh Government capital funding of £120,000 for Neyland Library, as a contribution to a project to refurbish the Library.
 
02 October 2018
The Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport, Lord Elis-Thomas today visited Llys y Frân, Pembrokeshire.
 
25 September 2018
Preserving an historic environment that works for Wales’ economy and well-being is at the heart of a new vision unveiled by Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport, Lord Elis-Thomas.
 
03 August 2018
Today, Holyhead welcomed one of the largest cruise ships to visit the Port, The Royal Caribbean’s ‘Brilliance of the Seas’.
 
31 July 2018
A wave of high quality attractions, accommodation, eateries and produce has seen Cardigan flourish as a go-to destination for many.
 
31 July 2018
The castles and history of the Lords and Princes of Wales should be better celebrated, Culture Minister Lord Elis-Thomas has said today at the launch of a new Cadw booklet for visitors.
 
25 July 2018
The special connection between agriculture and tourism in Wales will be celebrated by Welsh Government at an event at the Royal Welsh Show today.
 
19 July 2018
Getting everyone in Wales active can unleash a range of benefits - including better health and well-being and more connected communities.
 
16 July 2018
Tourism Minister has announced that the Welsh Government through the Micro & Small Business Fund will provide funding of £409,000 for the refurbishment of the historical Llechwen Hall near Pontypridd
 
13 July 2018
A £4 million project to transform the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal into an adventure hub has had the green light for EU funding.
 
12 July 2018
Creative Wales will emulate the working model of other Welsh Government bodies like Visit Wales and Cadw, Culture Minister, Lord Elis-Thomas has said today.
 
29 June 2018
Today, Holyhead welcomed one of the largest cruise ships to visit the Port.
 
26 June 2018
National Museum Wales Cardiff and the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea have each been successful in their bids for an allocation of one of 15 paintings by the British abstract artist Albert Irvin
 
21 June 2018
Tourism survey results published today show that the good weather of May and early June has given the industry a boost - with confidence high for the summer ahead.
 
15 June 2018
The OVO Energy Women’s Tour will visit Wales for the first time this weekend, as the UCI Women’s World Tour event concludes in Gwynedd and Conwy on Sunday 17 June.
 
24 May 2018
The second in the Harlech Fire and Sea Festival series will take place on the 27th May.  
 
22 May 2018
Museums, archives and libraries in Wales will benefit from over £1.35 million Welsh Government capital funding to develop and enhance their facilities and services.
 
18 May 2018
Caergwrle castle set to become 43rd castle in Cadw’s care after a principle agreement with current custodians, Hope community council. It will be Cadw’s first new acquisition of a castle for 25 years.
 
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