It's that time of year when our parks and gardens are in full flower...which means it's also time for Wales in Bloom judges to make their way up and down the country and decide which towns and villages look the prettiest.
And while the competition is still largely floral, it's changed a lot in its near 50 year history.
Lorna Prichard reports.
A woman from Pontardawe has made it her life mission to transport people back in time...to the nineteenth century. June Ashton-Mears has hand-made more than a hundred Victorian costumes for men, women and children of all sizes and shapes. And she also gives lessons in etiquette. Lorna Prichard reports.
The award is one of the most prestigious for museums in the UK, and the winner is chosen by undercover judges!Read the full story ›
A huge mirrored sign is to be unveiled in a Snowdonian valley as part of a year long tourism campaign across Wales.Read the full story ›
A runner from Cardiff has completed a 55-mile mammoth marathon for Breast Cancer Care Cymru alongside his mascot 14ft 'Giant Jeff'.Read the full story ›
A former hotel in Pembrokeshire, which is reportedly the site of a UFO landing, has gone on sale.Read the full story ›
After Portugal crushed the dreams of a nation by knocking Wales out of Euro 2016, band Goldie Lookin Chain have released an ode to the team.Read the full story ›
Now in its 70th year, The Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod attracts performers and visitors from across the globe.Read the full story ›
As Cardiff is named the UK's beard capital, what is it that makes facial hair so popular in Wales?Read the full story ›
Aerobatic display pilots Team Raven wowed crowds at the Wales National Airshow in Swansea on Saturday.
Cameras in one the plane's cockpit captured the sight from the skies as they performed over Swansea bay.