Day 1-13 - EnglandDay 21 - Pontypridd
Day 14 - NewportDay 22 - Bridgend
Day 15 - CwmbranDay 23 - Caehopkin
Day 16 - BrynmawrDay 24 - Swansea
Day 17 - RhonddaDay 25 - Carmarthen
Day 18 - MyrthyrDay 26 - Discovery Quay
Day 19 - CardiffDay 27 - Machynlleth
Day 20 - PenarthDay 28 - Anglesey



Day 14 - Newport

Fourteen Locks Canal Centre and Cafe is a popular family attraction that is positioned on top of the Cefn flight, an engineering wonder of the industrial revolution that is located in the picturesque area of Newport. A family friendly location managed by the Monmouthshire, Brecon and Abergavenny Canals Trust (MBACT), with an abundance of history, activity trails, family events and education days running throughout the year. The canal towpath is part of the national cycle route 47 and the beautiful Sirhowy valley walk.

Day 15 - Cwmbran

Greenmeadow Community Farm has been a working farm for over 250 years and in the late 1980s was saved by a group of local people who wanted to stop the farm being turned into a development site. Set in over 120 acres, it has a wide range of pedigree and rare breed animals which you can come and meet up close. Daily activities include milking demonstrations and tractor and trailer rides.

Day 16 - Brynmawr

Market Hall Cinema is Wales’ oldest cinema and the only remaining cinema in Blaenau Gwent. In 2013 it was taken over by the local community with a simple business proposition - to sell ‘seats and sweets’. It invests its profit into upgrading the building and community activities such as dance classes, painting courses, music workshops and film making courses.

Day 17 - Rhondda

Take a break from heritage sites and take the kids along to the Yard in Treorchy, an exciting new initiative based in the old Burberry Factory. Run by Valleys Kids to offer new opportunities whatever the weather, the centre has a large children’s indoor play space, indoor sports on two state of the art 5 a-side pitches, a fitness studio and Coffi Red café, all under one roof with ample parking.

Day 18 - Merthyr

Cyfarthfa Castle is located in the historical town of Merthyr Tydfil, which established itself as the Iron Capital of the World in the 18th Century with its huge Iron-Works complexes. It is situated in 160 acres of parkland with formal gardens, a lake, children’s play area and a model railway. Mention #SocialSummer2018 and you’ll get free entry!

Day 19 - Cardiff

Pedal Power is a social enterprise that hires and sells bikes suitable for different ages and abilities, including a large number specially adapted for people with disabilities. You can hire bikes by the hour or for a day, and Pedal Power have locations in Cardiff Bay and Pontcanna. At the end of your journey, you can recover at Café Tanglewood, a vegetarian café managed by Pedal Power.

Day 20 - Penarth

Take a trip to the seaside and visit Penarth Pier Pavilion, a fully restored art deco pier pavilion on the South Wales coast. The Pavilion is a multi-functional building housing a gallery, cinema, cafe and restaurant. It offers an exciting exhibitions programme, films ranging from new releases to classics, a full events schedule including live music, and locally sourced food and drink that can be enjoyed with a sea view.

Day 21 - Pontypridd 

The Muni Arts Centre was saved from closure by a consortium of private, public and charitable organisations and reopened in September of 2015. Since then we have grown and been recognised as a hub for events and groups within Pontypridd and the wider south Wales area. The range of facilities and services we're able to offer include venue hire, business meetings and veteran support.

Day 22 - Bridgend

Bryngarw House and Park - Whether you’re looking to join the cycle track for a ride alongside the River Garw; take part in a bushcraft activity with the Rangers; shoot down one of the slides in the children’s play area or simply take a stroll through the wildflower meadow – Bryngarw Country Park truly does have something for everyone.

Day 23 - Caehopkin

Located in the lovely Brecon Beacons National Park area of South Wales, the Wales Ape and Monkey Sanctuary rescues and provides a home for many types of unwanted animals, especially chimpanzees, baboons and other primates. It undertakes rescues from zoos and laboratories where animals have suffered mistreatment and deprivation or are no longer wanted. Visitors are welcome to see the animals and find out more about the work of the sanctuary.

Day 24 - Swansea

The LC Swansea is home to Wales’ biggest indoor waterpark, Swansea's most state-of-the-art gym and now TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice award winner. The LC also features a legendary indoor surf machine, the Boardrider, a four storey interactive play area, and a 30ft indoor climbing wall.

Day 25 - Carmarthen

Xcel Bowl is a new bowling centre, offering fun for all, whatever your age or ability. With 12 lanes available, and a wide range of packages, special offers and concessionary rates there's no reason not to play! All profits go towards supporting local people in need through Carmarthen Foodbank, Xcel Community Shop and Xcel Furniture.

Day 26 - Discovery Quay

Housed in the Old Sail Loft at Milford Docks on the Haven Waterway in Pembrokeshire, is the Waterfront Gallery, one of south west Wales leading art galleries. Showing fine art paintings, drawings and print work alongside sculptures, ceramics, textiles, photographyand jewellery, the unique 3,000 sq foot gallery space showcases the work of some 50 local artists and craft workers.

Day 27 - Machynlleth

Cletwr is a community-run shop, cafe and community hub in Tre'r-ddol, Ceredigion. As well as a busy programme of events for all ages and interests, it has a fantastic café serving superb coffee, an range of excellent home-made cakes, as well as soup, sandwiches, breakfasts (meaty and veggie) and other light snacks - using local produce where possible.

Day 28 - Anglesey

Swtan Heritage Centre (pronounced Su-tan) is a fully restored example of a 17th century Welsh cottage with a thatched roof. It is situated on the beautiful north west coast of Anglesey, in the picturesque village of Church Bay (Porth Swtan). As well as the Cottage, there is a well-stocked vegetable plot and a herb garden showcasing the traditional use of herbs for culinary and medicinal purposes.