Cambria is the only independent, Welsh-owned, cultural and lifestyle magazine distributed throughout the whole of Wales, in addition to reaching subscribers in over 40 countries worldwide.
Cambria was established by journalist and historian Henry Jones-Davies in September 1997 and has won universal acclaim for the quality of its production values, outstanding writing, informative and entertaining articles, and stunning photography. It has become a much sought-after collector’s item, which despite its topicality and up-to-date political commentary, nevertheless retains a timeless quality as it builds into a compendium of ‘living history.’ Cambria’s editorial range is broad, its stance is non-political and non-partisan, and its writers are some of Wales’s finest journalists, authors, poets and critics. Their writing is sometimes controversial but always fresh, challenging, and original, covering a wide range of topics from politics to art, history to the environment.
A glossy, full-colour, beautifully produced publication, Cambria is read perhaps more than any other publication by Wales’s opinion-formers and political, civic and business leaders, regularly punching far above its weight in terms of influence and prestige.
Welsh to the core, there is nothing quite like Cambria!