Let's Walk Talk Wales
Strolls 'n' Stories offers unique walking and storytelling experiences. Characters come to life as your host, Jan, acts out historical stories mixed within strolls through the Welsh countryside.
Come and explore famous Welsh towns, and beautiful surroundings. Each town has its own individual history and set of mysteries.
DAY TRIPS - Most of our events are day trips with an option for accommodation.
PRIVATE WALKS - Prefer a private walk with friends or for a special occasion? We offer private day walks for groups of two or more.
STORYTELLING - We also provide storytelling for private and corporate events.
PRICING - Most day walk tickets are £35. Please contact us if you need a price for a private walking or storytelling event.
Contact Jan Little for more information on these events.
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Friday, March 29
Cafe Trio, Pontnewydd, Cwmbran
April 13 and 14
Renowned for its majestic Abbey, the most well preserved medieval abbey in Wales, the River Wye and a designated area of outstanding beauty. Offas Dyke path goes through here and the Wye Valley walk. The poet Wordsworth, the devil’s pulpit and the licentiousness that was Brockweir!
Talgarth Walking Festival, Powys
Sunday, May 5
Hay on Wye
Sitting on the edge of the spectacular Brecon Beacons National Park, Hay on Wye is renowned for its number of book shops and annual literary festival. It is however a quaint border town where, when the railway was operating, the town was largely in Wales but the platform was in England!
We go from the serenity of the river Wye to the stunning views of the Black mountains, the Gospel Pass and Capel y ffin on Sunday. Come with us exploring the borders and the rather strange and eccentric characters that have lived there.
Capel Y Ffin
June 29 and 30
Llyn Y Fan Fach and Pilgrims Well
July 20 and 21
August 17 and 18
Brecon and Talybont
Brecon Town sits at the confluence of 3 rivers the River Usk, Honddu and the Tarell in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Renowned for its cathedral, military history and the start/end point of the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal, this weekend takes a deeper look at the surrounding landscape and its hidden alchemy.
Join Jan Little as she takes you on a walk through picturesque Symonds Yat East, often referred to as the Jewel of the Wye Valley. Walk along the River Wye, stroll up to Symonds Yat rock for a stunning panoramic view of the area.