The primary goal of West Wales Life&Style is to celebrate and promote the past, present and future of Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion, both within the region and beyond.

We look to attract an engaged and loyal audience to our print and digital platforms by promoting the craft, culture, people, places and businesses of West Wales through interesting, high-quality articles and features alongside stunning photography and video.

All our content is dedicated to life in the three counties and we offer businesses the opportunity to engage directly with a growing audience that has already shown a passion and interest in the West Wales region – whether they be residents, visitors or those with past links to the region.

We want to work with local businesses that share our ideals so we can help develop a thriving environment that benefits us, the business community and the wider economy of West Wales in a sustainable and productive manner.

We offer client advertisers personal and face to face relationships with our staff to ensure they gain the maximum benefit from their association with West Wales Life&Style, and we are always available to listen to suggestions and opinions on how we can improve our products.

We are determined to ensure that West Wales Life&Style becomes the primary platform through which to showcase all that is great in this outstanding region of the country.

We believe that by working with our client advertisers, our contributors, our feature subjects and our audience we can reshape the landscape of West Wales for the benefit of everyone.

  • Who are we?
    Steve Adams, Editor West Wales Life&Style editor Steve Adams brings a wealth of experience to the the magazine, having spent more than 20 years as a journalist and editor on numerous titles across Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. Born and raised in Solva, Steve attended the village school and Ysgol Dewi Sant in St Davids. He was a nippy, but technically limited, left winger for his village football side and a truly terrible second row in the school rugby team. After universi...