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St David's Day - Get free access to 16 attractions (Including Chepstow Castle, Caerphilly Castle & Tintern Abbey) @ CADW
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To Celebrate St David's day you can get free entry to 16 Welsh attractions. You need to pre book tickets for most attractions, this can be done here Free attractions: Beaumar… Read more
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Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

Visit over 25 Welsh Attractions (e.g Chepstow Castle) for free this September @  CADW
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Visit over 25 Welsh Attractions (e.g Chepstow Castle) for free this September @ CADW
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This is a great initiative to visit lots of normally paid for attractions for free this September. All of the dates you can visit for free for each attraction are listed below. Bew… Read more
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Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

Free entry to all CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March
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Free entry to all CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March
Free entry to lots of castles, abbeys and more in Wales St. Davids day. Click link for full list. Usual entry is between £5 and £10 for adults.
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Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

Free CADW events in Wales on Saturday 23rd September 2017
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Free CADW events in Wales on Saturday 23rd September 2017
Take a peek inside some of the most interesting building throughout Wales this September! Many ‘unseen gems’ that are not usually open to the public along with very well know… Read more
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Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

Free Open Doors events  - Enjoy Free Days Out In Wales  - Runs From 30th June - 30th September 2016@ Cadw
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Free Open Doors events - Enjoy Free Days Out In Wales - Runs From 30th June - 30th September 2016@ Cadw
Sorry I have Just Found This Which Has Been Running since 30th June 2016 at various locations. **(I Have Put Pictures Of Some Of The Locations Swansea ,St Fagans Pem… Read more
Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

Free admission to historic sites in Wales this Sunday 26th June
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Posted 22nd Jun 2016Posted 22nd Jun 2016
Free admission to historic sites in Wales this Sunday 26th June
Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates is delighted to confirm the Welsh Government is opening the doors, free of charge, to all of its directly-managed Cadw sites on Sun… Read more
Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

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Selected Cadw Welsh Heritage sites free to visit St David's Day
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Posted 23rd Feb 2016Posted 23rd Feb 2016
Selected Cadw Welsh Heritage sites free to visit St David's Day
The following sites, which normally charge for admission, can be entered for free on Tuesday 1 March 2016: • Beaumaris Castle • Caernarfon Castle • Caerphilly Castle • Carreg… Read more
Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

Cambrian Railways Atraction discounts: Wales's Little trains 20% off, 2for1 at Cadw Castles etc
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Posted 30th May 2015Posted 30th May 2015
Cambrian Railways Atraction discounts: Wales's Little trains 20% off, 2for1 at Cadw Castles etc
£3
Stumbled across these discounts as the attraction's do not advertise them. Well worth knowing about if you plan a holiday in North Wales, Shrewsbury or Aber. Best discounts. Trave… Read more
Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

Free admission for Home ed families to CADW sites
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Posted 27th Jul 2014Posted 27th Jul 2014
Free admission for Home ed families to CADW sites
In order to provide equal access to the historic environment for young learners — whether they are educated at home or in school — Cadw offers free education admission to families … Read more
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Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

Free admission to Welsh castles
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Posted 23rd Feb 2007Posted 23rd Feb 2007
Free admission to Welsh castles
To celebrate St. David's Day (March 1st) the CADW (Welsh Assembly's environmental service) is offering free admission to it's paying monuments. All CADW sites are included with th… Read more
Avatardeleted13440Get dealGet deal
Pootled

Any, gets you out of Slough. :)

Pootled

Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)

Rao12

Thanks

kitrox

Chepstow Castle!

niron_ev

How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx

Richief

Heat Reindeer333, but your deal picture is of Caldicot Castle which is not on the list (nerd)

DeepSeaDozzer

As others have said, St Fagans is just outside of Cardiff and well worth a visit. Pretty busy at weekends though. Free to enter but there is a car parking charge (I think it's £5). https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186460-d187984-Reviews-St_Fagans_National_Museum_of_History-Cardiff_South_Wales_Wales.html Cardiff Castle is in right in city centre but there is a charge. Tours (including house) are worth doing in my opinion, costs here: https://www.cardiffcastle.com/tickets-and-prices-1/ For something more leisurely, take a trail around Bute Park, close to the university/city centre: http://bute-park.com/main-attractions/sculpture-trail/ Cardiff itself is a great night out though and well worth exploring if you are thinking of going to Uni there. You've picked a time when there's no rugby match on, so it won't be too busy either. Croeso I Cymru!

noblebody

thanks for this! heat

bucketace

Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ana10

Is there anything near Cardiff that is worth going to ? Might go for the open evening at Cardiff Uni in September around the 14th so might as well spend the wkend there and explore.

bhaskarsa

saved

johngorrie

Cardiff castle is NOT run by CADW. Here is a complete list from Wikipedia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Cadw_properties

canitrunbattlefield

It's not listed on the page... In fact there's no mention of Cardiff on the page whatsoever!

Gollywood

Is it a CADW site (whatever that is)?

bluecat03907

Title should be "Free entry to SOME CADW sites in wales on St. Davids day, 1st March" not all

fishwibbler

Nice work mate, thanks.

iwannamotorbike

Hope this link works https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/CADW+properties+in+Wales/@52.3966061,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot

Wadadli_Cooler

Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.

Bushes

S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.

Kerstin.Barthelmes

Thanks. Will be a nice day out

diormioamica

Wales here I come. Thanks op!

Benibaby33

Thanks op, heat added. :)

Elevation

Only wished that I lived nearer to Wales :(

Boz

Yes Parking There Isn't Free At St. Fagans . :(

matedodgy

Well £5 parking. But, yes, free to enter.

ajdatasafe

Duffryn Gardens is now managed by the National Trust, not CADW!

psychdee

& it's rained all day

EXECUTIVE_STRESS

I thought Wales was a historic site!

plunet

Good deal. Only drawback is that you have to go to Wales. :p (ducks and retreats quickly)

johnsmith1997

[img]http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/478630209-june-1998-football-world-cup-1998-scotland-v-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=X7WJLa88Cweo9HktRLaNXsQMFRayFoPGd6cB4v7g9aBmUB01vF9IRHgXLp4U6pnNV68fvMnvderPJUwRo8jzzQ%3D%3D[/img] All of the home nations are in France: England,Wales,Northern Ireland plus Eire. Except Scotland.X)

anewman

mk-donald

Thanks for that - visiting next week and not using an Explore North/Mid Wales Flexi Rover ticket this time (it comes with its own set of discount vouchers to pre-print): http://www.railrover.org/pages/explore-north-and-mid-wales-flexi-rover.html FYI: Many attactions in Devon/Cornwall and Norfolk are also public transport friendly - show that day's train and/or bus ticket to get SOME discount at quite a few attractions there too. ie General principle that worth checking when you arrive at a venue - worst they can say is "no offer, sorry", best is "oh yes, £ off". There are also many 2 for 1 that require you to take a coupon with you - as does the 2for1 at Shrewsbury Castle. The London ones you can source at: http://www.daysoutguide.co.uk/2for1-london

peterdg55

http://new.wales.gov.uk/news/presreleasearchive/230207cadw/?lang=en

deleted3045

Thanks for the info :) Think the link is fixed now too.

deleted13440

Oooooooops! Sorry! :whistling:

inside101

Thanks suze, my sister's just moved to Wales so I'll let her know. I couldn't get the link to work either, seems it's all down to missing the "www" Here's a link to the story: ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/default.asp?id=21〈=en&NewsId=160 And here's the main link fixed : ]http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/

deleted27330

Link not working suze

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