Introducing…The Skirrid Inn, Llangfihangel Crucornau

2022-10-07T20:26:49+01:007 October 2022|Tags: , , , , , , |

The first in a series of blogs introducing some of the most historic, characterful and interesting pubs in the south Wales valleys. The Skirrid Inn In the small village of Llangfihangel Crucornau, between Abergavenny and Pandy on the road to Hereford, is one of the - if not the - oldest pub in Wales. The Skirrid Inn, deriving its name from the Anglicised version of the pair of nearby Ysgyryd peaks, [...]

Introducing our Raymond Williams tour speakers

2022-09-15T12:02:27+01:0010 August 2022|Tags: , , , , |

The full list of speakers on our Raymond Williams Centenary bus tour on 15 October 2022, in partnership with the Raymond Williams Foundation, have been announced. Jude Rogers Jude, originally from Swansea and now resident in the Black Mountains, is one of the UK’s leading arts and culture feature writers, with experience interviewing high-profile names for media including The Guardian, Observer, Elle, In-Style, Cosmopolitan, The New Statesman, and The Sunday [...]

Raymond Williams Centenary bus tour – 15.10.22

2022-08-09T09:20:08+01:009 August 2022|Tags: , , , , |

INTRODUCTION Raymond Williams was born in Pandy near Abergavenny in 1921 and the Raymond Williams Foundation (RWF) is rounding off its 2021-22 Centenary celebrations with a bus tour, curated and hosted by us at Valleys Ale Trails, of locations in south Wales related to Williams’ life and works on Saturday 15 October 2022. WHO WAS RAYMOND WILLIAMS? Raymond Williams was one of the C20th’s greatest cultural philosophers and socialist thinkers. [...]

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