SIGHTS. Chalice Well & Gardens. People have been dunking, drinking and paddling at the Chalice Well Gardens, a natural spring just below Glastonbury Tor, for at least 2000 years. The rust-red waters from this ancient well are rumoured to have healing properties, good for ever
Cardiff Half Marathon. The fast, flat and scenic route of the Cardiff Half Marathon makes it one of the UK's most popular long-distance races. The route heads past Cardiff Castle, the Welsh Assembly and the Millennium Stadium before finishing outside Cardiff City Hall.
SIGHTS. Number 1 Royal Crescent. The majestic arc of the Royal Crescent, much used as a film location, is the crowning glory of Palladian architecture in Bath; Number 1 offers you a glimpse inside this splendor. The work of John Wood the Younger, the 30 houses fronted by 114 columns
SIGHTS. National Waterways Museum. A major part of the city's regeneration is taking place at Gloucester Docks, once Britain's largest inland port. Fifteen beautiful Victorian warehouses, many now restored, surround the canal basins and house a series of museums, shops and cafes. The
River of Light Lantern Parade. This spectacular event climaxes with a fire show and fireworks display against the backdrop of the magnificent Caerphilly Castle. Starts at 6.30pm from Caerphilly railway station park and ride.