Bungling coach driver takes school children on 80 mile diversion after misspelling Welsh town in his sat nav by one letter

Bungling coach driver takes school children on 80 mile diversion after misspelling Welsh town in his sat nav by one letter He typed in Towyn instead of Tywyn, which is on a different coast Pupils and teachers faced two-hour detour at the end of 13-hour trip Bus company has apologised and driver faces disciplinary hearing By Zac Fine PUBLISHED: 14:33 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 22:53 GMT, 18 April 2013 A coachload of schoolchildren was taken 80 miles in the wrong direction in the middle of the night after a driver misspelt their destination by just one letter.

Anthony Hopkins stunned family living in his childhood home in Port Talbot when he dropped by and asked to buy the property

'Sell me your house': Family's shock as Anthony Hopkins turns up at his childhood home in Port Talbot to makes a very tempting offerActor Sir Anthony Hopkins turned up unexpectedly at a small house in Port Talbot – his childhood home – and asked if he could look aroundThe film star and his wife Stella hinted to bemused residents Chris Trainor and his partner Carly Culver that they might buy the property By Ben Ellery PUBLISHED: 22:06 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:47 GMT, 6 January 2013 Oscar-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins stunned the new owner of the small Welsh house where he grew up when he dropped in for a cup of tea – and asked if he could buy the property. The star arrived at the semi-detached home in Port Talbot in a chauffeur-driven car with his wife and two bodyguards, and asked Chris Trainor and his partner Carly Culver if he could look around

Welcome to Hampshire boyo: Locals shocked after welsh road signs appear in English town

Welcome to Hampshire boyo: Locals shocked after Welsh road signs appear in English town | UPDATED: 01:10 GMT, 2 December 2012 Drivers in an English town were amazed when road hazard signs appeared in Welsh. They warned of a skid risk, but because they were in Welsh residents of Andover in Hampshire were at a loss to understand them. It was only by peering closely they could see an English translation underneath.