One bit of all-good news. From the BBC
An ancient footpath and bridleway, which is thought to have been a Roman road 2,000 years ago, has reopened following a major facelift.
Brecon Beacons National Park worked with local residents to solve drainage problems and to improve access for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
They worked on the project at Y Gaer bridleway in Brecon for four months.
Lyn Williams, chair of Yscir Community Council, said people were “delighted” the bridleway had reopened.
Lucienne Bennett of the British Horse Society (BHS) was one of the first to try the new route with Velvet the pony.
“I am delighted the community and the national park authority have come together to get this beautiful bridleway reopened.
“As the county access and bridleway officer for the BHS, we try as much as possible to get the horses and their riders as much off the road as possible due to the increase in traffic.
“The good news for us is that the reopening of this bridleway has made it possible to ride a four day circular route taking in the stunning scenery of the national park and mid Wales.”
The Welsh Assembly Government and the Countryside Council for Wales helped fund the improvement works.