There will be a number of walks around Glamorgan throughout the spring and summer to learn more about and celebrate the history of the county.

Organised by Graham Loveluck-Edwards, these walking events will take various routes, participants in local folklore and historical locations.

Each walk lasts between four to six miles and caters to different fitness levels.

The walks include knowledgeable guides who will share regional tales and some singing, adding fun and entertainment to the day.

All walks are planned with convenient start times of 9a or 2pm, depending on the walk, and will end in a pub for food and refreshments.

The first walk will be around Dunraven, St Brides, and Ogmore Castle on May 4 at 9am, with the final walk on July 20.

Other walks will include Llantwit Major, Barry Island, The Knap and Monknash as well as St Athan, Merthyr Mawr, Medieval Ghost Town and the Island Farm POW Camp.

Tickets can be bought for £10, and full programme details are available on the Glam Walks website.