Three amazing five star reviews for the Creepy Carmarthen Tour received in the past few days:
I did this tour on Wednesday and thoroughly enjoyed myself. It was extremely interesting, and I learnt a great deal about the fascinating history of Carmarthen. I highly recommend the tour to locals and visitors alike – a must do activity in Carmarthen.
How does he (the Doctor) do it? Baffling magical tricks; creepy tales; horrible histories of the oldest town in Wales!
Just spent a brilliant two hours on Carmarthen’s creepy tour. Nick was so interesting, really looks the part and is an excellent guide. Super evening – thank you.
And thank you to these wonderful reviewers for their very kind reviews.
Perfect weather for the National Trust’s Food Festival at Dinefwr. Newton House was packed throughout the weekend with families enjoying the sunshine and the amazing local food on offer. From buffalo burgers to Pembrokeshire ale, Heavenly chocolates to home-made fruit syrups there really was something for everyone. I spent both days in the coolest place in the house, down in the cellars telling stories to a host of happy children and their parents and grandparents.
Take one historic parkland and mansion, add some professional cookery demonstrations and a pinch of foodie entertainment, mix in a whole host of local food and drink producers and what have you got? – Dinefwr’s annual Food Festival. Oh – and storytelling too. In the basement. With me. On Saturday and Sunday. Normal National Trust entry fees apply.
After last week’s dreadful downpour the weather forecast is for dry weather so . . . there’s another prize-winning Creepy Carmarthen Tour taking place tonight. Bookings to 01267 231557 or 07752 438901. See you outside The Guildhall at 7pm.
There’s another night of music, poetry and storytelling tonight at Caffi Iechyd Da in Carmarthen. Oh – and magic, too. That bit’s me. We start sometime between 7.30 and 8 and carry on until everyone has done their bit. No pressure to perform yourself but great if you do. And it is all for free.
The clouds rolled back and the sun shone for a wonderful evening storytelling at Dolbryn Campsite just outside Newcastle Emlyn. After heavy rain during the journey from Carmarthen the rain stopped just as I approached Dolbryn which allowed us to spend an hour telling Carmarthenshire-based stories around the grounds before retreating to the bar for some slightly darker tales. Many thanks to Sioned and Matt as well as Paul and Maggie for inviting me to be part of their weekend at this idyllic holiday destination.