Apprentice Molly Tanner’s personal experience of being a dyslexic learner has inspired her to become a teaching assistant supporting children with additional learning needs at Gowerton School in Swansea.
A new, Welsh Government funded project working with young people in Newtown to explore issues around climate change has been launched this week.
A Mid Wales narrow gauge railways is appealing for donations to help it remain on track with a £300,000 project to build a new steam locomotive.
Fantastic prizes are on offer in competitions to find the best chefs in Wales which have been launched this week.
The chairman of an award-winning Shrewsbury-based leisure company is predicting another staycationing boom in the UK in 2022 due to the continuing global pandemic.
The three-day Welsh International Culinary Championships (WICC) is set to return in February next year.
The event will be held from February 22-24 at Grŵp Llandrillo Menai’s campus in Rhos-on-Sea and will run alongside the National and Junior Chef of Wales contests.
Fell runner Brett Mahoney likes an extreme challenge, especially if it’s in his beloved Welsh mountains.
Earlier this month, the 31-year-old who lives in Abergavenny and works as Gwent outdoor activities development officer for The Outdoor Partnership, completed a new, 116.9-kilometre circular fell running route - called a round - in the Black Mountains area of the Brecon Beacons National Park that he devised himself.
Jessica Davies was so impressed by the hairdressing apprenticeships she completed at the start of her career that she’s now employing apprentices in her own salon.
A successful partnership between the Culinary Association of Wales and Grŵp Llandrillo Menai spanning a decade has been celebrated with the signing of a new agreement.
The world’s first preserved railway, which inspired Thomas the Tank Engine, is on the scent of a festive hit with its Christmas video starring Billy the Springer Spaniel.