Welsh speakers and learners are being given the opportunity to enjoy an afternoon guided tour of the fascinating Carew Castle site on Saturday 15 June.
The hour-long walking tour will include a full history of the Castle, and explore its many colourful characters over the centuries.
Discover Carew Castle’s rich history and practice your Cymraeg with a free guided tour on Saturday 15 June.
This includes Princess Nest, who was dubbed the most beautiful woman in Wales, and Sir Rhys Ap Thomas, the man who is said to have killed Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth.
Carew Castle Manager, Daisy Hughes said: “The tour is perfect for fluent Welsh speakers and learners alike as the tour guide is Christian Donovan, who as well as having an in-depth knowledge of the Castle’s history, is a local Welsh language tutor who has taught adult Welsh classes for many years in Pembrokeshire.
“Come and learn more about the site’s turbulent past, see how the building was developed over hundreds of years and hear about the ghosts that are said to haunt the Castle to this day.”
The Welsh Language Tour of Carew Castle, which takes place at 2.30pm on Saturday 15 June, is included free with normal admission.
The site is managed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
For full details including opening times and ticket prices visit www.carewcastle.com.
Published 10 June 2019