For owners of working dogs that would like to understand and control the natural instincts of a working dog in the company of other dogs. This week-end will suit both experienced and inexperienced handlers with inexperienced dogs.
The practice of Focusing is about deepening inner awareness and acceptance of all parts of our self, enabling us better to flourish and live creatively.
Following the successful Focusing workshop at Bleddfa last year, Elizabeth Halls is returning with four workshops in 2018.
Create your own mini landscape on wood with local artist and illustrator A.K.Skipsey. Places are limited so please book in advance on 01597 810880. £20 per person, payable in advance. Held at the Elan Valley Visitor Centre. We reserve the right to change/cancel events.
Join our Ranger team for a walk in the woods looking for signs and clues of the wildlife that lives in the Elan Valley and how to find them. Meet at Penbont car park (Grid reference SN 916674). Please book in advance on 01597 810880. No unaccompanied children please. We reserve the right to change/cancel events.
Taking inspiration from the wild Elan landscape, join award winning local writer Peter Cox for an enjoyable ‘no experience necessary’ workshop that will stretch your creative muscles. Places are limited so please book in advance on 01597 810880. £20 per person, payable in advance.
The three-day Red Dragon Festival of Endurance at Builth Wells in mid-Wales is traditionally the last big event of the endurance riding season, with competitors and their horses from all over the country travel to the Royal Welsh Showground for the unique atmosphere and the wonderful but tough riding through the
Royal Welsh Showground The Showground, Llanelwedd, BUILTH WELLS, Powys
Quartette Lunoire use lighting and set design to create a magical atmosphere in which to perform their music. The effect is that of a moonlit woodland glade. Quartette Lunoire is a classical act comprising clarinet, violin, cello and double bass although the music is not so easy to describe.
Bleddfa Centre Trustee Matthew is pleased to facilitate The Bleddfa Circle, a community initiative to enclose a shared time - apart from the everyday - in which we will acknowledge, nurture and celebrate the creative spirit. The plan is that this will become a regular event, happening every month or so.
The day is structured around the traditional Benedictine monastic hour services recited mainly in English and works toward an informal performance of ANGELS AND ARCHANGELS - a sequence of chant with readings celebrating St Michael’s Day, which includes some of the rich heritage of Latin chant.
Marches Poets is a group of writers living in the Marches area. Members of the group have all participated in Aberystwyth University Creative Writing Courses and our work displays a wide range of themes, styles and experience.
Inspired by late-night radio broadcasting, the music is a seamless musical journey performed by Italian oboist Michele Batani, alongside British musicians the Mavron String Quartet and bassist Ashley-John Long.
The practice of Focusing is about deepening inner awareness and acceptance of all parts of our self, enabling us better to flourish and live creatively. Following the successful Focusing workshop at Bleddfa last year, Elizabeth Halls is returning with four workshops in 2018.
The workshop is suitable for beginners as well as those who have experienced Pilates previously. It is appropriate for all levels of fitness, all adult ages, and both men and women are welcome to join.
The aim of this workshop is to provide a supportive and fun experience where you will learn new, or revive previous, linocut printmaking skills . The resulting colourful prints can be used for pictures, cards, bookmarks and artists’ books or as a basis for further experimentation.
Terraced garden in the making, on very challenging site situated on steep rocky hillside in the beautiful and secluded Cammarch Valley. Roses, herbaceous and shrub borders. Fine walling and gate posts making use of stone found in the garden. Man-made waterfall.
If you’ve never been to a classical, orchestral concert before, and are perhaps nervous about giving it a go, this is the one for you! Popular BBC broadcaster Lynn Bowles presents this fantastically varied and colourful experience - introducing each piece of music, the stories they tell and what to listen out for.
Professors Gusto and Hitch work hard in the Laboratory of Curiosity answering questions: how do birds stay in the air£ Why don’t the stars fall from the sky£ Where does the moon go in the daytime£ Only one thing is certain – the universe is filled with wonder and not everything is as it seems.
Fly away to Neverland with Peter and the Darling children in this adaptation of Disney’s beloved animated film. Based on the Disney film and J.M. Barrie’s enchanting play, Disney’s Peter Pan JR. is a modern version of the timeless tale about a boy who wouldn’t grow up...
Way, way back, many centuries ago... Andrew Lloyd Webber’s biblical rock opera tells the story of Joseph, his dreams and his coat of many colours. A family favourite, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is full of laughter, dancing and timeless songs that will have everyone clapping along.
Billed as ’Super Saturday’, Wales Rally GB’s longest and most demanding day features five epic special stages, all set in the mountains to the east of Aberystwyth with excellent spectating for the large numbers of weekend visitors.
The Curtain of Poppies, the result of contributions of knitters and fibre fans from all over the UK and beyond, was brought together by Wonderwool. The 79,300 knitted, felt and crochet poppies were made in memory of those who died in the Great War.
Newtown Textile Museum 5-7 Commercial Street, Newtown, Powys