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Bridgend County is so #TNI

Join Travelers Night In on Twitter to share your hidden gems with the world

If you check the Twittersphere next Thursday 19 March from 7.30pm UK time (3.30pm EST), you'll likely stumble across tweeters talking travel.

#TNI (Travelers Night In) is the longest running travel chat on Twitter. Like-minded travellers get together virtually to share travel tips, experiences and ideas every week.

Bridgend Tourism is co-hosting the 90-minute-long chat to help get word out about our county. We've always punched above our weight; so introducing the world's most influential travel fans to gems like Merthyr Mawr sand dunes, Kenfig Nature Reserve and award-winning beaches is a no brainer! And what about our awesome castles, quirky festivals (our Elvis festival is the largest of it's kind in the world) and friendly people!

If you're wondering why we've gone all American with this post, the chat originated in the States but is truly global in the discussions and participants.

Simply get onto Twitter from 7.30pm (UK time) on Thursday 19 March and follow the hashtag #TNI. We'll be helping the organisers tweet out 10 questions so be sure to follow @BridgendBites as well as @Official_TNI.

You'll find that each of the questions can relate to amazing things to do in Bridgend County as well as across Wales and the world. So, with your help, we can introduce the world to holiday ideas in Bridgend and beyond.

Don't forget our amazing golf courses, great surfing, fun festivals, Blue Flag beaches, accessible coastal path, mountain biking, nature reserves, outlet shopping centre, castles and stepping stones, walking trails, Nature Keepers sculptures, historic pubs… we could go on forever.

We're looking forward to chatting it up with you on Thursday night and hearing about hidden gems that even we don't know about yet!

Join in
Follow www.twitter.com/Official_TNI and join the conversation by including the hashtag #TNI on your tweets on Thursday from 7.30pm UK time (3.30pm EST).

7 comments for “Bridgend County is so #TNI”

  1. Gravatar of Gerald JarvisGerald Jarvis
    Posted 18 July 2015 at 06:32:26

    Parc Calon Lan in the Garw valley provides all that one could need for a relaxing time. This public space was created out of a badly scarred industrial landscape. You can cycle there by a valley cycle route/footpath, or if you come by car there are free parking facilities available.

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