WE’RE ALL ABOUT WALES
We’re not here for bad news stories; Ewegottalove loves nothing more than to highlight the positive aspects of life in Wales. Help us celebrate our wonderful country and let’s glory in our Welshness!
WE’re here to promote EWE!
Ewegottalove takes great pride in promoting Welsh goods and services to potential customers not only across the whole of Wales, but globally too. We have followers in countries across the world.
SEVEN wonders of wales
Tell us what your Seven Wonders of Wales are… a secluded beach, a tourist hot-spot, an amazing eatery, a landmark, a national treasure, an unsung hero, a local beauty spot, a poet, a choir, an artist, a country pub? Give us your personal magnificent seven and tell us why they mean so much to you. We will publish our favourites for all to see!
SEND US YOUR PICTURES
Have you taken a stunning photograph of somewhere special in your area that you’re particularly proud of? Send us a copy and you could see your image featured on the Ewegottalove website, or on our social media pages.
SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT?
Are you a local historian, or the secretary of a club or society in Wales with a story to tell? Let us know… we’d love to share it with our readers all over Wales, not forgetting Welsh ex-pats abroad!
GET IN TOUCH, EWE KNOW EWE WANT TO…
We don’t bite, so don’t be afraid to ask if ewe have any questions. Use our Contact Us page to send us any comments, or if you wish to enquire about being featured on our website or social media.
Meet the MAN BEHIND EWEGOTTALOVE.WALES
Jem King has lived in Wales and written about Wales for most of his life. Born in Barry, south Wales, Jem spent much of his childhood in the nearby seaside town of Penarth and has rarely strayed far from his Welsh roots since then. After attending school in Penarth and, briefly, in the neighbouring village of Dinas Powys, he spent two years as a media student on the other side of Offa’s Dyke, in Birmingham, before returning home to begin a lengthy career as a journalist with a freelance agency, Hill’s Welsh Press. Within a few years he had moved on to work on the sports desk of The Western Mail under long-serving sports editor John Billot and would remain within the walls of what is now the Media Wales organisation for the next 28 years of his working life.
He now operates as a part-time media consultant and even teaches swimming in his spare time, but Jem’s philanthropic tendencies have often taken him away to far-off India in recent years as he has used his journalistic skills for the benefit of disadvantaged children with NGOs like HEAL (Health and Education for All) and KISES (Kiranmayi Socio Educational Society). He has even set up his own charitable concern called Changing Lives in India and holds talks, exhibitions and fundraising events to raise awareness of his volunteer work.
However, despite his calling to the sub-Continent, he remains passionate about Wales and created Ewegottalove.Wales as a way of expressing that love for his home country, focusing on the most positive aspects of Wales and Welshness he comes across on his homeland travels.
After leaving the cloistered surroundings of Media Wales in early 2015, Jem realised that, although he loved Wales, there was so much within his homeland he remained ignorant about. Despite traveling to places like India, America and Europe on numerous occasions, he noticed how little he actually knew about vast areas of Wales. So Ewegottalove.Wales was born and, rather than settling down into a quiet life with the proverbial pipe and slippers, Jem has set himself the target of discovering as much about the land he calls home as possible in the coming months and years.