The Rare Welsh Bit is a food and travel blog with a UK-based audience and a growing US-based readership, including over 15,000 subscribers and social media followers. The blog currently has a DA score of 34 (4th April 2018).
If you are a PR, brand or tourist board interested in working with me, please take a look at my media kit for further details of my website traffic, social media following, previous clients, testimonials and services offered. If you like what you see, please contact me to discuss how we can work together.
Besides managing The Rare Welsh Bit, I have over 10 years’ experience in writing and editing. I write about food, travel and education for the likes of Thomas Cook, Hong Kong Standard, Sainsbury’s Magazine, Icelolly, WalesOnline and Around Town Wales Magazines. View my portfolio here.
I regularly feature on BBC Radio due to my food and travel expertise, and I have previously been interviewed by Made in Cardiff TV.
Tonight, I did my first live TV interview with @madeincardifftv! I was talking about my favourite restaurants and hotels in Cardiff and further afield. If you missed it you can watch online in a few days time! #blogger #foodblogger #travelblogger #food #foodie #travel #wanderlust #tv #interview #live #cardiff #southwales #wales #restaurant #hotel
In addition, I have featured in WalesOnline and in 2016, Sainsbury’s Magazine asked me to represent Wales in a UK regional food feature drawing upon blogger feedback:
Following on from this, I contributed to Sainsbury’s Magazine’s ‘Cheap Eats’ blogger feature in September 2017.
If you are interested in working with my blog and/or commissioning me as a food and travel writer, please contact me.