The aims of the walks are to provide a focal point for people who enjoy walking, to encourage physical activity, to provide a challenge and to show off some of the most picturesque countryside surrounding Llanwrtyd Wells.
Llanwrtyd Wells Farmer’s Market is a community event held seasonally for local producers to sell their food and craft products. Anything from home made jam and baskets to cheeses, ciders, spun yarn and home grown vegetables.
Marked walks in the beautiful Mid wales Cambrian Mountains. Walks of various lengths up to 20 miles and short guided walks. Marshal and refreshment points on the routes.
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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.
Llandovery Sheep Festival - The best woolly fun you’ll have this year! Celebrating all things sheep, in the ancient drover’s town of Llandovery. Wool Crafts, Food, Sheep Racing, Sheep Dog Trials, Music, Entertainment, Cookery demonstrations, something for everybody to enjoy...
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
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 Cistercian monks of the Middle Ages were quite the entrepreneurs. They might have sought wild and lonely places to practise their religion but, like eager developers, they took advantage of this rural location near Tregaron to amass vast amounts of land.
Spend the day photographing Red Kites and other wildlife in the Brecon Beacons with amazing award-winning nature photographer Gareth Scanlon who is often found backpacking through the South Wales wilderness, photographing the breath-taking scenery and fascinating wildlife.
The Farmers’ Markets are held on the second Saturday of each month from 9.30am to 2pm in the Market Hall. The market is worth a visit for the lively atmosphere alone with live music and a chance to meet the locals.
The Brecon Area Dementia Friendly Community, in cooperation with Freedom Leisure and Brecon College, are offering Dementia Friendly FUN Activity Sessions, which are open to people living with dementia and their carers.
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.
Carole Spackman, experienced potter, sculptor & teacher, will guide you to make a ceramic hare in a day. Two places left. All materials included, as well as firing your finished piece. No previous experience in using clay needed.
Join us for worship every Sunday at 6pm.
We are also celebrating 200 year Anniversary. Special events still to come
Sunday 23 September- Harvest Festival Service led by our past Minister Rev Rod Ingrouille at 6 pm.
Saturday 27th October we are hosting a concert by The Village Quire. ‘Songs for Silas’ at 7.
Spend the day at Llanerchaeron with the Young Farmers Club for no charge and learn all about the ins and outs of farming life. Learn from the Young Farmers Club all about how farming life works. There will be food demonstrations, sheepdog trials, sheep shearing and much more.
Join us for a home-grown festival to celebrate our apple harvest from our ancient espalier trees dating back to the 1800s. Enjoy walks, food and craft stalls and pick up tips during talks with the experts. Make sure to bring your own apples to identify their variety and take them home as freshly pressed apple juice.
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.