Jasmine Donahaye considers the personal legacy of the Eisteddfod in Tregaron and its nurturing role for Welsh learners like herself.
Reflecting on Tregaron and its closed railway, Jasmine Donahaye explores the value judgements lurking in questions of distance and access.
Jasmine Donahaye, the IWA’s writer in residence at the 2022 Eisteddfod, praises the bog of Cors Caron where the event is located.
Lowri Cunnington Wynn explores the way communities can revitalise the place they live in through the idea of ‘restanza’, the active choice to stay.
Angela Evans investigates the concept of placemaking, its uses in policy and its application to the Welsh town of Pontypool.
As the event’s anniversary celebrations draw near, Adam Johannes remembers the Merthyr Rising of 1831, and says its spirit lives on today.
Ben Cottam describes the challenges and opportunities ahead for Welsh towns.
Caroline Gregory argues that clear messaging about appropriate aid should be accompanied by removing barriers to volunteering.
Anglesey-based tidal energy project Morlais illustrates the potential benefits and complexities of implementing renewable energy schemes in Wales.