Walk Talk Wales
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Join Jan as she takes you on a walk through picturesque countryside. Stop at historical sights where Jan shares stories of the area as though she were a character from its past. As the colourful characters tell their unique stories, the history and spirit of place become alive.
Infamous Inns, Holy Wells, Standing Stones, Amazing Trees and Ancient Abbeys, Mountains and Castles. Sites of old are mixed with nature as we experience a living landscape through local history, myths and legends.
Day walks and weekend packages available. View our event schedule here.
Private walks are available for groups of two or more.
Come and explore some famous Welsh towns, and their beautiful surroundings. Each has their own individual history and set of mysteries.
Walks are available for varying levels of fitness.
Join Jan Little for walking, sightseeing and storytelling in picturesque Wales!
Questions? Contact us today for more information.
Hire a storyteller for your corporate or community event...
Jan Little is an experienced storyteller sought for her expertise in making myths, legends and historical characters come to life. If you would like to discuss how she can provide a uniquely entertaining experience at your event, please Contact Jan today for more information.
Jan Little, host of Strolls 'n Stories is an experienced storyteller sought to making myths, legends and historical characters come to life. She has told her stories at festivals, coffee shops and in the mystical forests of Wales. If you would like to have Jan entertain your audience, click the button below to begin a conversation.
Seeking just a day walk? You can join Strolls 'n' Stories on any Saturday of our weekend walks. View our schedule and contact us with your preferred walk.
Strolls 'n' Stories is available for private walks for groups of two or more. Contact us for more information.
“Can't wait for the next one!"
"A great stroll in and around Llanthony Priory with Jan Little. The characters in the stories became so alive I had coffee with Walter de Lacey, founder of the Priory in the 1100s and met Walter Savage Landors, a Victorian Poet who created hell in the valley. Beautiful views, with Jan spotting all sorts of things in nature, I would have missed!”