A woman in "Welsh national" dress with a spinning wheel

Welsh Woman Spinning, circa Another woman dressed in traditional costume, this time standing beside a large spinning wheel. Note that her drum-shaped crown is much taller than the hat in the first photo.

One of the cockle ladies of Penclawdd South Wales Mrs Lizzie Davies had worked on the sands for most of her life

Cockle lady of Penclawdd South Wales Mrs Lizzie Davies had worked on the sands for most of her life.

The basics of the Welsh National Dress

Wales, Traditional Welsh National Dress

Traditional Welsh attire for ladies. Unlike most folk dress, which develops over…

Women collecting cockles in Pen-clawdd, Glamorgan. Photo taken by Geoff Charles, Aug 10th, 1951.

Women collecting cockles in Pen-clawdd, Glamorgan Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title: Merched yn casglu cocos ym Mhen-clawdd, Morgannwg Ffotograffydd/Photographer: Geoff Charles Dyddiad/Date: August

There it is! Ychafi!!! - 18 (more) things English people won't know unless they've lived in Wales - Wales Online

18 (more) things English people won't know unless they've lived in Wales

- 18 (more) things English people won't know unless they've lived in Wales - Wales Online.spotted the spelling mistake yet?

Crossing Devil's Bridge on Worm's Head, Gower, Wales © National Trust

Crossing Devil's Bridge on Worm's Head, Gower, Wales © National Trust Can walk across at low tide, slippery though.

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Welsh spinners and spinning wheel. This color photochrom print was made between 1890 and

Swansea South Wales A Delightful Seaside Resort Train Rail Travel Poster

Dario Resta spent some time in Wales growing up.The Winner of the Indianapols 500 in

The Penclawdd Cockles of Wales | Wild Eyed Southern Celt Penclawdd cocklewomen 1962

The Penclawdd Cockles of Wales, Wild Eyed Southern Celt Penclawdd cocklewomen 1962

Women collecting cockles in Pen-clawdd, Glamorgan. Teitl Cymraeg/Welsh title: Merched yn casglu cocos ym Mhen-clawdd, Morgannwg. Ffotograffydd/Photographer: Geoff Charles (1909-2002). Dyddiad/Date: 10/8/1951    'By permission of Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru/The National Library of Wales', Aberystwyth, Ceredigion (Wales/Cymru).

Women collecting cockles in Pen-clawdd, Glamorgan, Geof Charles, 1951

Cockle pickers at Penclawdd, 1965

Indefinite banning order placed on cockle gathering in Carmarthshire

A banning order against cockle gathering in all parts of Carmarthenshire’s three rivers estuary has been put in place by the local authority.

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