Famous for its stunning coastline, South-West Wales is a region with huge appeal. From the wild Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to the famous Dylan Thomas Boathouse in lovely Laugharne, this book takes the reader on fascinating journey through sleepy villages, spectacular scenery and many beautiful places of historic importance. Cliffs and coves, castles and museums and those magnificent beaches; they’re all here in a lovingly painted picture of South-West Wales today. ’50 Gems of South-West Wales’ explores some of the places that make this part of the country so special.
About the Author
Geoff Brookes graduated from Leicester University in 1972. After completing teacher training in Birmingham and working for a number of years in Leicester, he moved to Swansea in 1981 when appointed Head of English in Dillwyn Llewelyn Comprehensive School. Geoff retired from his post in summer 2011, and after a period of time as a consultant working in the local authority he is now an author. He received a nomination as Columnist of the Year (Business Media category) in the PPA Awards 2011 for his work with the TES.