Monthly Archives: June 2012

Iconic Routemaster Heads to the Brecon Beacons

There’s a new double-decker bus service that recently started up in the Brecon Beacons National Park… The new Number 18 bus with the backdrop of the Brecon Beacons An old iconic “Routermaster” was recently converted into a cafe on wheels to help … Continue reading

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Charlotte Church to Play Intimate Gig In Brecon

News just in from Theatr Brychiniog.  Great to see that the Guildhall is still hosting some well-known stars! CHARLOTTE CHURCH is performing a concert at Brecon’s Guildhall to showcase her new musical direction. The former child star – who has … Continue reading

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Ten of the Best Brecon Beacons Cafes

Ten of Our Favourite Cafes in the Brecon Beacons We’re lucky enough in the Brecon Beacons National Park to have towns that are not bombarded with the usual high street suspects of coffeeshop and cafe chains.  As a result of … Continue reading

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Top Five Bike Rides in the Brecon Beacons

Five of the best route for everyone…  We asked Brecon Beacons based bicycle experts, bike guide and hire business Drover Holidays to tell us what their top five MTB and cycling routes in the National Park, here’s what they came up … Continue reading

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An Excellent Insight to the History of the Brecon Beacons

The Uplands of Wales, a nation defined. A new publication has revealed a fascinating insight to the historic landscape of the Western Brecon Beacons… “Y Mynydd Du. My Spiritual Home. It’s in my soul.” Roy Noble A new survey has uncovered … Continue reading

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Walk Wednesday: The Brecon Beacons Three Main Peaks

This week’s Walk Wednesday comes from: Vernon Authers, a forty something father, husband, climber, mountaineer, photographer, occasional artist, and a lover of wine and cheese. For Vernon as a South Walian living in the midlands going to the Brecon Beacons isn’t … Continue reading

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Talgarth Mill – Film & pizza and free Guiness cake for dads

We’ve seen two events happening this weekend in Talgarth that have caught our eye and thought you should know about them! Free cake for dads and the last film of the season ‘The Artist’ where you can get a takeaway … Continue reading

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Father’s Day in the Brecon Beacons….

Top 5 Father’s Day Gifts and Things To Do in the Brecon Beacons… Not made any plans for Father’s Day? Did you even know that it’s taking place this upcoming weekend? Well we did, so here are some great suggestions … Continue reading

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Old Railways of the Brecon Beacons Part One

Win a £10 Gift Voucher to the Location Below The Brecon Beacons National Park once had lines going from East to West and North to South.  But most stations were closed in the 1960s and 1970s. The memories of these … Continue reading

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Summer Cultural Events Taking Place at Erwood Station

Summer Cultural Events Taking Place at Erwood Station Erwood Station is gearing up for the Summer of Great Events again this year, after the sucess of last year, we now have more and more people asking us where the line … Continue reading

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