| Members of the European Pilgrim Way partnership were in Wales from May 3 to 7 to explore aspects of medieval pilgrim heritage. The group of adult educators drawn from Spain, Denmark, Germany, United Kingdom (England and Wales) and Italy are working together to develop new tools for promoting intercultural education for the lifelong learning sector across Europe. The group visited a number of sites including the tomb of St Teilo at Llandaff cathedral in Cardiff. At the Butetown History and Arts Centre in Cardiff the team were treated to a detailed history of Cardiff docks by Dr Glenn Jordan of Glamorgan University and Dr Charles Willie an expert on cultural diversity and disability equality. Other sites visited included the multi-million pound Wales Millennium Arts Centre, Fitzalan High School - Wales's most culturally diverse secondary school and the Gap Centre in Newport. The team paid a courtesy call on the Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Cllr Kate Lloyd JP at her Mansion House residence where the group were treated to tea and Welsh cakes together with a tour of the building steeped in history and heritage.