Wales, South West
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Bore Da/’ Mornin’ or Pnawn Da/afternoon! Originally from the West Country, I moved to Wales over 30 years ago and never looked back. I love my adopted country and have raised two Welsh-speaking kids here.
During Covid 19 I AM RUNNING A VARIETY OF CONWY TOWN TOURS Please http://seewww.conwytours.net In particular I am guiding a town tour dressed in an historically accurate Welsh Lady costume.
I have been working as a guide and tour manager for 20 years, looking after all sorts of individuals and groups. I love showing off Wales and the West Country to all types of visitors - from academics to hikers. I come from a rural background and have spent 25 years working as a qualified mountain leader so I love doing tours of the countryside whether in a coach or on foot. But I also have a history degree and have worked for Cadw, Visit Wales and local councils interpreting local historical sites and planning itineraries so that they are accurate but fun!
Being self-employed for many years, I have worked on many events and projects so with me you get the mixture of a lot of experience but flexibility and the belief that the clients’ brief counts! I project-managed the official opening of the Wales Coast Path, written copy for websites and printed literature on heritage sites and have planned and led many press trips and tour operator visits but my first love is tour managing groups both for a few hours or for over a week. Book me and your group will go away knowing more about Wales and the South West of England than when they arrived but also feeling cohesive, happy and entertained with good memories of your company.
There’s a posh Welsh word for fareyouwell but round about here we just say ta ta – see you soon!
|Castles from World Heritage to grassy bumps|
|Gardens & Farm Visits|
|Myths and Legends|
|Coast and Countryside Walking|
|Town & village tours|
I can arrange farm visits and sheepdog demonstrations
|Churches & Cathedrals||
From smallest rural chapels to our great cathedrals
Interpretation from a coach or on a rural walk
|Geography & Geology|
|History & Prehistory|