I have had a portfolio series website with Amazing Internet since I first started my photography business in 2005. I can honestly say that they really have lived up to their name and nothing is too much trouble for them to help with. Replies to my queries (and there have been a lot!) come back very quickly and if there's a way, they'll find it! I can't recommend them highly enough.
My daughter started this Small group tour company to enable visitors to travel Wales with a difference. Her small group tours depart from Cardiff,and take you on an unforgettable journey to the most beautiful places in Wales. Spanish and French spoken. Personalised tours available. Check out her Trip Advisor comments as well!
Whether you’re new to the outdoors and want the reassurance of an experienced guide to help you take your first steps into nature, or have been walking for a while and want to increase your confidence to be able to explore new places, or just want a hassle-free memorable hiking trip with friends or family I can arrange it for you!
Tumblestone Creations is my alter ego. Handmade Jewellery inspired by, and made from nature. I use Welsh river and beach stones and sea glass which i've been collecting since I was a child. My pieces very often have a Celtic theme.
Cardiff based food and travel blogger exploring great places to eat and experience in Wales and beyond.
Lavender flourishes at 1100 feet in the Welsh Hills. Visit Nancy's site to find out about her story, and wonderful range of creams for sale.
Catherine is a freelance musician enjoying a varied career.
She specialises in the flute, playing music ranging from baroque to contemporary classical and from folk to jazz.
Her desire to let the effect of music be experienced by all, without barriers, has led to performances in some wonderful, interesting and sometimes unusual venues.
I am very privileged to have done some work for the very talented composer Christopher Gunning. Some of his latest work has been inspired by the mountains in Wales.
Kathy takes classic landscape images of East Anglia, from cliffs and dunes to the changing face of agriculture and industry.
Dougie was a working photographer for nearly 50 years, latterly as a picture editor for The Herald in Glasgow. Now retired, Dougie's website enables us to see his beautiful country through his eyes,taken from the heart, with his superb images of Scotland.