Well, what a month that was! We’ll be sad to say goodbye. Let’s hope August proves to be as productive and fun…until then here’s a look at our work in the final week of July.
We launched Fly-tipping Action Wales’ Take Pride in Your Community campaign. The campaign aims to increase awareness around fly-tipping and how homeowners and communities can work together to combat it. You can check out our video here.
Bands 9bach and Bellowhead performed at the first outdoor concert at Cardigan Castle since it opened to the public this April. More than 1500 people turned up to the sold out event.
Castell Coch’s eccentric design and gothic architecture inspired artists John Abell and Lauren Heckler, as they created works of art based on the castle for Cadw’s Artists in Residence programme.
We secured coverage around Arriva’s train strengthening scheme, which saw Arriva increase the number of carriages on popular tourist destination routes across Wales, including the North Wales Coast and Valleys lines.
…and finally, our answer to Mary Berry, Multimedia Manager Jamie Robins created a cucumber and elderflower cake, which despite my reservations seemed to go down fairly well.