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Cadw is leading an ambitious five-year programme of essential conservation works at the iconic Tintern Abbey.
Wales’ national contemporary art collection will be displayed in communities across the country under new plans.
Cunard’s Queen Victoria made her ever first visit to Wales during a port call to Holyhead over the weekend (Sunday 4 June 2023).
“Removing the stigma of talking about periods in sport will encourage more women and girls to take part,” vows Minister
Removing the stigma of talking about periods will help encourage more women and girls to participate in sport, Minister for Social Justice and Chief Whip Jane Hutt has vowed.
Staff who work in Wales’ tourism industry play a vital role in ensuring visitors receive a big Welsh ‘croeso’ and return home with great memories of a wonderful experience, Deputy Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Dawn Bowden said today to mark Wales Tourism Week.
A pilot programme supporting people working in Wales’ screen sector with their mental health is set to benefit from additional £150,000 funding following a successful first phase, the Welsh Government has announced today.
Some of Wales’ most treasured museums and libraries are set to be transformed thanks to £1.7m funding from the Welsh Government, Deputy Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Dawn Bowden has announced.
NOW OPEN: areas of Caernarfon Castle that have not been accessed for centuries — thanks to £5m investment.
Following 3 years of work, the enhancement project at the main gateway into the Castle is complete
- Over 1.1 million visits were made to 23 staffed Cadw sites between April 2022 and March 2023.
- Visitor numbers to Cadw’s staffed sites have recovered to 92% of pre-Covid levels.
- An estimated well over 1 million visits were also made to unstaffed Cadw sites.
- Income, including from visits to Cadw sites, have recovered past pre-Covid levels to £9.6m for the year ending March 2023
The Welsh Government is a full partner in the ambitious UK and Ireland bid to host UEFA EURO 2028, the First Minister of Wales has confirmed.
An important court of the medieval Princes of Gwynedd - Llys Rhosyr, Anglesey - has been acquired for the nation by Cadw, so that the story of this significant site in Wales’ history is preserved and protected for present and future generations, Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has announced today.
Cadw has announced a proposal to list St David's Hall, Cardiff, as a building of special architectural and historic interest.