Monthly Archives: April 2013

Famous Writer Opts to Launch Book in Brecon!

The Hours on Saturday May 4th at 5.30pm is inviting the public, in the hopes people will come along, enjoy a glass of wine, hear a reading and chat to the author… Rhidian Brook , is an award-winning writer of fiction, … Continue reading

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World Record Breaker to visit Erwood Craft Centre

Here is a wonderful opportunity to see one of the greatest knitters in the world.                      Ingrid Wagner and her Big Knit Needles are making a special visit to the Erwood Station … Continue reading

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A fitting recipe for National Garlic Day.

A very happy garlic day to all! Easy to grow, available in the Spring (usually April – June, depending on which country you are in) and downright delicious, we’re true believers that good old Allium Sativum (garlic to you and me) deserves … Continue reading

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Personal Story: Awake Holy Mountain

Here’s an insight on tip to taking outstanding photos by professional photographer Simon Powell from Black Mountains Photography . “The valleys of the Black Mountains can provide the photographer with opportunities to capture spectacular weather phenomena. I spend countless hours studying weather forecasts, pressure charts and os maps. … Continue reading

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Out & About in the Brecon Beacons by Anne Griffiths

Here are some great pictures by Anne Griffiths from this weekend. “Julie Bell from the Felin Fach and I hit Mynydds Troed and Llangors.  It was grey and grim over the Beacons and the same towards Waen Fach.  We had … Continue reading

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Free concert in Brecon: 13 April, 2013

Brecon Presbyterian Church – The Watton Saturday, 13 April 2013 2:00 pm Chamber Music Recital PROGRAMME Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750) Trio sonata C Major, BWV 1037, for flute, violin and bass Adagio – Alla breve – Largo – … Continue reading

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Top 5 Reasons to head to the Hay Bike Festival this weekend!

Fantastic guided rides whether it’s along The Black Mountains, a trip to Bwlch Nant-yr-Arian Forest Centre or night ride along Merbach’s country lanes, it’s guaranteed that there will be something to suit you 2. The Sunday Hay-on-Wye Sportive promises to … Continue reading

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Gear up for Hay’s first ever Bike Festival

  For the first time it’s bikes not books to take over Hay-on-Wye this weekend for their debut Bike Festival! There are rides for everyone whatever your biking ability and plenty of other things to get involved with as the … Continue reading

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Something for the Weekend!

We’re all very excited that tomorrow marks the start of the UNESCO-listed Blaenavon World Heritage Site’s first ever walking festival, which will involve a week of fascinating walks.  Join in and embrace the region’s history and wonderful scenery whilst filling … Continue reading

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