ON Friday, August 12, Wales Cottage Holidays will sponsor the ‘Happy Beans and Funny Food’ event at Llangwm’s fifth literary festival taking place in the former fishing village nestled on the Cleddau on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park.
The festival will showcase some of the best in writing on a variety of themes and will host of a selection of creative writing and art workshops for adults and children; all with the aim of bringing together local communities to celebrate a plethora of literary delights.
The family-owned Welsh holiday cottage company is part of the Original Cottages portfolio and has five offices spanning across Wales holding almost 1,300 properties. The company is dedicated to supporting its local communities and environment and being part of this event, shows just that.
The Cleddau Estuary village punches above its weight when it comes to literary extravaganzas, and this years’ celebration is no exception. The festival will stage stories and songs from Afghanistan, Catherine Belton’s inside story on Putin, Count Nikolai Tolstoy, plenty for children, workshops, a wildflower walk, storytelling and so much more. There’s local arts and crafts on sale, delicious local produce and poems and pints in the rugby club.
Wales Cottage Holidays said:
“We are delighted to be sponsoring the ‘Happy Beans and Funny Food’ event at Llangwm’s fifth literary festival on Friday 12th August which aims to bring its community together for a variety of stories, songs, poems suitable for all.
“Wales Cottage Holiday’s understands how the arts can inspire education, creativity, imagination, and team work amongst those involved and we are privileged to be part of such a key celebration which encourages the sharing of literary passion within this beautiful fishing village nestled on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park.
“It is hoped that with free tickets available for children, the community and attendees will bring their whole family to the festival to explore and enjoy healthy food and literature for all.
“We hope events like these raise the profile of small villages, just like Llangwm, whilst encouraging new communities to be made sharing similar interests.”
Entry to the festival site is free and tickets are required for all events unless otherwise stated. Free parking will be at Cleddau Reach School.
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