Mad Hatter’s Tea Parties 2018-at The Angel Hotel

The Angel Hotels hugely popular Mad Hatter’s Tea Parties will be returning this year on Saturday 5th, Sunday 6th & Monday 7th May.
The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny
We are excited to be teaming up with Alison Tod Couture Milliner once again to
celebrate Lewis Carroll’s classic ‘Alice in Wonderland’. Our fabulous High Tea experience will be transformed through Alison Tod’s creations and Wonderland-themed paraphernalia into a magical event worthy of the Mad Hatter himself.  You are invited to tumble down the rabbit hole with us and bring along your very own colourful hat, whether that’s something you already own or one of Alison’s exciting creations.
Tickets cost £40 per person – this includes a glass of ‘Drink Me’ fizz on arrival as well as award-winning High Tea.  To book please contact the Angel Hotel on 01873 857121 or email

An overnight stay for 2 guests in an Executive room, inclusive of a three course meal from our set Angel Menu. From £169.00 per night.
*Valid on selected dates up until 31st May 2018.

Find out more about the Angel Hotel, Abergavenny here.


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Vulgar Earth exhibition at the Theatr Brycheiniog

Vulgar Earth – a timber giant, meta- mechanical sculpture, commentary and more!
An eclectic and thought provoking exhibition has opened in The Andrew Lamont Gallery at Theatr Brycheiniog in Brecon. Visitors are greeted by the magnificent reclaimed timber and steel giant “Reaching The End’ created by Glenn Morris. Reminiscent of The Engine Man currently on tour in Wales, this vast crawling figure peers at guests from behind the light well that showcases Simon Meiklejohn’s ‘Dark Viscous’ and his mechanically engineered steel creations that stand proud in the front lobby of the gallery. Tina Walton’s stunning textile installation ‘..what is the cost?’ of 10 thread woven bodices hanging over the theatre’s stairs leads people into the exhibition.

Vulgar Earth are a not for profit artist’s collective who believe that the world has got to ‘a
state of life that calls for another way of living’ and is open until May 20 th in the second
floor gallery at the theatre. The intention of the group’s exhibitions is to generate an
emotional awareness through art and to question and discuss the direction humanity is
going and the individuals place within it.

After a very successful show at The Canwood Gallery near Hereford in 2017 the group were approached by Punch Maughan, the theatre’s Visual Arts Coordinator to bring their thought provoking exhibition to Brecon as part of the gallery’s newly launched aspiration to feature ever more ambitious exhibitions. As well as those mentioned above featured in this year’s exhibition is the work of Verity Howard, a ceramic artist who responds to subjects surrounding people, history and places, five sculptures by Jim Carter sit well in the floor to ceiling windows overlooking the canal. Kim Colebrook has brought her very poignant porcelain memorial to Aberfan. This four part piece represents the way that people cope with a disaster that tore the heart out of a
community and the loss but also the strength of individuals who survive. David England is a self taught sculptor and the exhibition includes his piece ‘Choices’ in anacaster stone as well as his ‘Magic Theatre (Plato’s Cage)’ which is voicing an anger at corporate manipulation through public media. A stunning bronze ‘Silent Spring 2’ by Glenn Morrise completes the sculpture inventory.

On the walls is the work of Jackie Yeomans who paints on paper with soils, clays & earth pigments and Peter Horrocks who also uses natural earth pigments, clays, graphite, slate and charcoal dust in his practice. Peter has mined raw ochres from 300 feet down iron ore mine at the Clearwell Caves in the Forest of Dean and also collected others on his travels in the UK and abroad. Traces and Landmarks are themes in which he explores marks left behind in nature and their possible meaning. In contrast the ultra-violet reactive, abstract, acrylic paintings of Glyndwr Brimacombe lit up by ultraviolet lighting as you arrive by the stairs to the gallery add a significant wow factor – complimenting the large oil paintings of Rob McCarthy at the far end of the gallery.

Other contributors to the show are Maisie Noble who brings her project: ‘Beacons’ which is an immersive, cyclic narrative that was developed through Maisie’s MA investigation into the complex and multifaceted discourse surrounding Rewilding in the Welsh uplands. Seen through Virtual Reality binoculars whilst standing in a wonderful fleece floored pen, her wordless story prompts us to reconsider both our ownership of and relationship to the Brecon Beacons; a territory that has been tamed for human need. Whilst the VR binos can be enjoyed by adults and youngsters – smaller children can also enjoy an animation by Anita Sanchos. Frida Go, artist adventurer, is showing two video installations and a sound installation reflecting on justice, what we are doing on the planet and that everything stolen will eventually be taken back. Feeling life as we know it to be approaching the ends of the earth, he’s fertilising fresh futures with wild cultures of the past.

The show was opened by a performance artist, Jo Bushell and the film of this short piece will be showing in the gallery in the next few weeks. This is an exhibition that needs time and contemplation – it is well worth it!

The Andrew Lamont Gallery is open 10am – 4pm every day of the week.
Contact: Visual Arts Coordinator: Punch Maughan / 07736 062849

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Talgarth’s Sixth Walking Festival

Friday 4th – Monday 7th May 2018

Talgarth ‘Walkers are Welcome Group’ is delighted to welcome you to Talgarth’s Sixth Walking Festival. The ancient market town of Talgarth is an ideal base for visitors wishing to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park on foot, particularly as it forms the “Gateway to the Black Mountains”. We offer visitors a taste of our town and the wonderful walking opportunities we have on our doorstep. We hope that you thoroughly enjoy your experience with us and return to our town in the near future.

We look forward to seeing you at the Festival over the first May Bank Holiday Weekend!

Programme Overview

Our programme includes a variety of walks and events for all ages, from full day walks to town walks, lasting a little over an hour. Our opening event is a talk by Horatio Clare based on his autobiography “Running for the Hills” describing his childhood on a farm in the Black Mountains. On Saturday evening we will be showing the film “Eagle Huntress”.

The Festival Hub will be based at Talgarth Town Hall Committee Room. It will be the place to check out late availability on walks, meet off duty walk leaders, and catch up with friends old and new.

You can book tickets for all events

– online at

– by post to: John Gibson, Brynglas, Cusop Dingle, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5RD

– in person from the Festival Hub from 8.30am on Saturday 5th May 2018

Please note that online bookings will close on the evening of Thursday 3rd May, after this you can book tickets at the Walking Festival Hub at Talgarth Town Hall or by phone on 07754 300264

Please watch our website for information updates and join us on Facebook or Twitter @TalgarthWAW

If you have any queries, please email us at or phone us on 07754 300264

Travel Information
Talgarth lies to the north of the Black Mountains between Brecon and Hay-on-Wye in Powys. You can plan your journey by public transport by visiting or There is one direct weekday bus service to Talgarth – Route 39 – between Hereford and Brecon via Hay-on –Wye.

Details about the range of accommodation in and around Talgarth are available here  and Talgarth Information and Resource Centre

More here.

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How the Brecon Beacons inspired Tolkiens Novel: The Lord of the Rings

J R. R. Tolkien, is believed to have been inspired by the beautiful landscape of the Brecon Beacons National Park, to base his epic novel The Lord of the RingsMiddle Earth Maps have even re-imagined and redrawn our National Park in the style of Tolkien’s Middle-Earth! Why not come here yourself and maybe you’ll get inspired?


Tolkien is believed to have stayed in the village of Talybont-on-Usk in the 1940s, while working on parts of The Lord of The Rings. It’s easy to see similarities between the landscapes in his books and the hills and meadows of the Black Mountains. For example, the hobbit settlement of Crickhollow is similar to Crickhowell, nine miles from Talybont. Also, in The Lord of the Rings, Buckland was a colony of hobbits between the Old Forest and the Brandywine River.  Buckland Hall is believed to be the inspiration behind this- a historical mansion surrounded by woodland in Bwlch which is now used for celebrations!

Information adapted from Visit Wales 

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Easter Sunday Strolls in the Brecon Beacons

Easter Sunday gives you a great opportunity to head out on a family walk in the Brecon Beacons National Park! Here is a collection of our top picks of walks!

1.Waterfall Country

Nestled into the southern slopes of the Fforest Fawr massif, west of Merthyr Tydfil, Waterfall Country is one of the most beautiful and popular parts of the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Fforest Fawr Geopark, with steep, tree-lined gorges and an abundance of tumbling water. Known in Welsh as Coed-y-Rhaeadr (Wood of the Water), Waterfall Country lies within the triangle formed by the villages of Hirwaun, Ystradfellte, and Pontneddfechan. Here, old red sandstone and a long belt of outcrop limestone have created a highly distinctive environment of wooded gorges, caves, swallow holes and waterfalls.

A waymarked trail along a gorgeous woodland walk is the best path to talk to get to Sgwyd Yr Eira, the most famous and stunning waterfalls in waterfall country. This walk can be made longer by taking in ‘The Four Falls Trail‘, which is at least three hours but takes in the area’s other gorgeous waterfalls. Find out more about walking in waterfall country here. 

2. Pen y Fan

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A walk up Pen y Fan the highest mountain in South Wales is a must do in 2017! Challenge yourself and feel exhilarated when reaching the top where you will get suberb 360 degree views of the whole National Park. With well mainntained paths taking you to the summit as well as parking at the base of the mountain, it is an acessible and enjoyable walk for all. More here.

3. Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal

It is one of our most beautiful and peaceful waterways following the line of the lovely wooded Usk Valley, it is a true hidden gem. The navigable section of the canal runs for 35 miles from Brecon to the Pontymoile basin. Its location makes it a haven for wildlife and a favourite with nature-lovers, walkers and cyclists. The northern section forms part of the Taff Trail Long Distance Footpath, a 55 mile route that can be walked or cycled that starts at Brecon Basin and ends in Cardiff

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4. Craig y Nos Country Park

Situated in a dramatic and romantic location in the secluded upper Swansea Valley, Craig-y-nos Country Park is a 40-acre Victorian garden with shady woodlands, meadows, ponds, lazy lawns and rushing rivers. You are welcome to bring your dog but please keep it on a lead. Dogs are not permitted in the hay meadow while sheep are grazing in the winter months.  The river meanders through the park, but just as at home here is the designed landscape of tall trees, lush meadows, woodland plantations, fishpond, lakes, lawns and woodland walks. There is plenty for you to see as you walk around.

5. Sugarloaf Mountain

This rewarding walk takes you up the distinctive Sugar Loaf Mountain.Viewed from some directions it has the shape of a sugar loaf or even a volcano (which it isn’t!). It is a short climb to the summit and on a clear day it is possible to see hills as far north as Shropshire and as far south as Somerset as well as many of the major mountains in the Brecon Beacons. Below Sugar Loaf, Abergavenny is an interesting market town with a castle and market hall and lots to explore. More here

6. Garwnant Visitor Centre

For a great day out for the whole family why not explore one of the many woodlands open to the public within the Related imageBrecon Beacons National Park. Garwnant Visitor Centre, owned and managed by Forestry Commission Wales, is situated in Coed Taf Fawr, a large area of forestry situated in the National Park and Fforest Fawr Geopark. Coed Taf Fawr is a large mixed woodland with pleasant walks and streams running through it. It is nestled around three reservoirs,with beautiful views.

7. Dinefwr Castle and Park

There are fabulous views from Dinefwr Castle. It was the capital of Deheubarth under Lord Rhys, a key figure in Welsh history. A Sight of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and the only parkland National Nature Reserve (NNR) in Wales, Dinefwr Park is a microcosm of Welsh heritage and natural history. The estate slopes down to the level fields forming the Tywi floodplain where small lakes on the plain edges add more beauty and interest to the landscape. Wynford Vaughan Thomas once said:  If you take a handful of the soil at Dinefwr and squeeze it in your hand, the juice that will flow from your hands is the essence of Wales.

8. Storey Arms to the Visitor Centre 

A dramatic trek through the heart of the Brecon Beacons, this moderate one-way walk through an inspiring mountainous landscape is home to rare flora and fauna. Steep descents, rocky ravines and peaceful country lanes all feature on a journey that’s packed with variety, ending at the National Park Visitor Centre. Find out the route here.

9. Talybont Reservoir and Forest

Set in the central Brecon Beacons, this is a popular place to visit with a road crossing the 380 metre long dam to forestry walks on the far side. The wide tracks in the Talybont Forest on the eastern side of the reservoir join up with the Brinore Tramroad and Taff Trail to give longer walks with no barriers. Most of the forestry tracks near the reservoir are level but get steeper further up the hill you go. Lay-bys and car parks alongside the Talybont to Pontsticill road offer good views of the reservoir and surrounding hills. There is one bird hide suitable for the disabled. More.

10. Llangorse Lake-Llangasty Bird Hide

Take a peaceful walk to the south shore of Llangorse Lake, where the wildflower meadows, reed beds and bird hide at Llangasty are an ideal spot for watching wildlife.Lots of different types of birds live in and visit the area including wildfowl and waders. The meadows around the bird hide are on level terrain and support a wide variety of wildflowers, including orchids, which carpet the meadows during the summer months. The bird hide which has benches and built-in bird guides is designed to accommodate wheelchairs. There are two routes to the bird hide:

The route from the car park at Llangasty Church passes through 3 narrow kissing gates. This is a level and gentle 700 metre walk across meadows, a small bit of woodland and short sections of boardwalk over the wettest areas.
If you are unable to walk far or you use a wheelchair, there is a route which allows cars to get closer to the bird hide. If you wish to use this route please contact the National Park warden service for more details. This route should only be used during the drier times of the year, with help needed to open the 2 large gates to the slipway. There is a gently- sloping, bumpy but wide grass path which leads to the ramp up to the bird-hide itself. This site is sometimes flooded during the winter. More

11. Llyn y Fan Fach

A remote Carmarthenshire lake in the West of the National Park is shrouded in Welsh legend.

Llyn y Fan Fach, 12km southeast of Llandovery in the Brecon Beacons and is home to the tale of The Lady of the Lake.

“The story goes that in the 13th century a farmer grazing cattle on the nearby slopes spotted the most beautiful woman he’d ever seen.“She was a fairy maiden, who agreed to marry him on one proviso – he must not hit her more than twice.“In time, the inevitable happened – three strikes, and the otherworldly wife disappeared back into the lake, taking her magic cows with her.”
Here’s a link to a walk to Llyn y Fan Fach and Llyn y Fan Fach

12. Carreg Cennen Castle

Carreg Cennen is a haunting, atmospheric castle that appears to spring out of legend and fairytale.

Carreg Cennen Castle never ceases to amaze. There are few castles in Wales which can boast a more spectacular location. Its stout, weatherbeaten ruins crown a sheer limestone crag overlooking the remote Black Mountain (Mynydd Du) and the River Cennen in the western corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park, around four miles southeast of Llandeilo.

An attack on the castle must have been a daunting prospect. Ingeniously adapted to its rocky hilltop, its core is a high walled, strongly towered enclosure, protected by a succession of pits, drawbridges and gatehouses. Approach from the other direction is impossible, for the castle tiptoes on the edge of a sheer 100m cliff.  Find out more here

We hope this has given you some inspiration-share your photos of the Brecon Beacons with us via Instagram here using the hashtag #VisitBreconBeacons for a feature!

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The Brecon Beacons National Park at Easter

Spring’s a great time to be in in the Brecon Beacons, winter is over the beautiful daffs are out, the birds are singing, the spring lambs are frolicking in our fields and everyone is generally in a good mood. The Easter holidays have arrived and we’ve got plenty for you and your family to do and enjoy, whatever the weather.  

So what are you waiting for get out and have a Brecon Beacons adventure!

1. Canoeing

This Easter in Hay on Wye, just over the bridge from WANT TO CANOE? HQ the town is celebrating it’s independence and welcomes #BookstagramHay back for a second year . . . you can join us on the river to escape the buzz of the celebrations for a while and enjoy some peace and tranquility! It also works the other way around too! Why not combine your adventures on the river with a leisurely stroll around the bookshops, markets and historic sights in our friendly and vibrant town. It’s only five minutes walk over the bridge to town so make a day of it or even stay over!

Canoeing with want to canoe? is a great way to have some fun in the outdoors, get a gentle work-out, oxidise and blast those bleary eyes from last night or simply just sit back and enjoy the breath-taking wildlife and scenery . Book our hire-canoes and head off on your own or even better join one of our guided adventures. . . a bespoke set of tours for groups/families/staff teams etc.

The Wye is by far one of the most beautiful rivers in the British Isles and one of the few you can navigate by canoe, without restriction, for well over 100 miles. want to canoe?
offer you the chance to embark on a relaxing river adventure from two different start-points, all with their own unique sights, sounds and smells. Along your journey, you can expect to see a number of spectacular and fascinating characters in their natural
habitats, including kingfishers, herons, cormorants, dragonflies, ducks, swans and otters all from the prime viewpoint of your canoe. Alternatively, if you have your own boat and equipment you can bring it down, we can arrange your logistics and support!

Go on a Guided Tour: This Easter paddle your local area with a fantastic guide to enthuse and inform you! Explore the secrets of the waterways from a whole new perspective. Whether you’re an absolute beginner or an experienced paddler, our Guided Tours offer a great way to get out on the water during the fantastic Welsh spring-time. In 2016 the King of Hay, Richard Booth declared want to canoe? the Hay Navy and Aubrey Fry (owner) the Admiral! On selected days of the Independence Celebrations we will be running special ‘Independence’ Guided Tours . . . join the Admiral and his team to enjoy the splendour of the River Wye by canoe and find out exactly why this fantastic river was the birthplace of British Tourism and one of the King’s motivations back in the late 1970s to transform Hay and the surrounding areas into an international tourist destination! Keep up to date with all the goings-on @wantocanoe here.

2. Go Underground

Our caves and caverns have been quietly forming for thousands of years, underground and out of sight. Visitors from all over the world come to the southwest section of the Brecon Beacons National Park to explore these amazing spaces and feel the thrill of discovery. For some, it’s their first ever caving trip, while others have many years of experience.

1. Big Pit-
Fully immerse yourself in Wales’ industrial past Big Pit should be on your itinerary.  It’s near the Park boundary to the South and the the main attraction is  the mine underground but don’t miss out the galleries on the hill – well worth a visit

2. Dolaucothi Gold Mines-The Gold mines will reopen for a brand new season on the 18th March. Its the only
 known Roman Gold Mine in the UK! Discover what life was like for Roman miners, who tunnels through the landscape with only the most basic of hand tools; or for the Victorian miners who used explosives to break through tonnes of shale to get to the precious metal within. There’s guided tours running throughout the day between March and November.

3. Dan Yr Ogof ShowCaves-If you aren’t quite ready to commit to the full caving experience the Dan yr Ogof Showcaves offers an amazing opportunity to explore caves and admire rock formations, as well as experiencing their dinosaur park!

4. CavingGo caving with experienced activity providers

3. National Botanic Gardens Of Wales

There’s an Easter feast of music, magic, balloon-modelling and the world-famous Quack Pack at The National Botanic Garden! There’s a feast of Easter fun on the menu at the National Botanic Garden of Wales with music,  dancing, archery, bushcraft, tree-climbing, abseiling, magic and meerkats on the agenda. There are displays by the British Bird of Prey Centre, too, plus specialist historical talks and tours, the Spring Antiques Weekend plus the chance to see the Mediterranean plants in the Great Glasshouse in full bloom. 

The action starts on (Good) Friday March 30th and there will be events and activities on EVERY day of the Easter holidays. Visitors will also have the chance to use the Garden’s popular ‘boomerang’ ticket, which allows folk to revisit for free within seven days of their original entry – so, hang on to your tickets! Admission to the Garden is £11 (including Gift Aid) for adults and £5 for children five-to-16 years of age. Under 5s are free. Entry is FREE for Garden members and parking is free for all. More here.

4. See the lambs at Cantref Adventure Farm

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Back by Popular Demand! – Daily Easter Hunt (Every day between 24th March – 15th April) Grab your baskets and hop to it and join the giant Easter Bunny on a daily Easter Egg Hunt in our fantastic Easter Garden. No matter if it is a rainy day or if it is fabulous sunny day; here at Cantref Adventure Farm we have loads of things to keep the kids busy in the Easter holidays! We are open everyday  from 10.30am – 5.30pm.

We are all really pleased to see a favourite family show returning to the Easter holidays –bottle feeding the lambs!  Everyone loves feeding the lambs and at Cantref you can cuddle up to the lamb and feed it all by yourself – a perfect photo opportunity for Mum and Dad! And that’s not all! Our Animal Encounters Tractor and Trailer rides
will be returning – check out the show programme to see what time they are running today! And there’s so much more!!

5.  Theatr Brycheiniog Easter Holiday Shows

Theatr Brycheiniog is a great place to enjoy live music and shows for all ages this Easter! You can laugh your socks off at their Comedy Club, enjoy plenty of live music, shows including ‘there was an old lady who swallowed a fly’, a family dance festival and even the chance to meet Martin Kemp! Click here for details for what’s on the Theatre this Easter!


6. Visit Llangorse Multi Activity Centre

Are you looking to get out and try something new this Easter? Llangorse Multi Activity Centre is home to the largest indoor Climbing, Riding & Multi-Activity Centre in Wales – in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. They cater for individuals and families, whether experienced or novice, young or old. And best of all, they’re open all year round!Our multi-award-winning Indoor Activity Training Centre is open all year round and offers a wide variety of fun-filled and educational activities!

Multi-Activities, with a difference…From 6 years old you can take part in their popular multi-award-winning half day Indoor Activity Sessionwhich gives a taste of Climbing, Rope Bridges, a Zip Line, Caving and Abseiling!

Horse Riding in the Brecon Beacons…There are lots of things to do at their Riding Centre, too. From 4 years you can have your first instructor-led pony ride. For older children and adults, there are one hour & half day treks for beginners, rides with some cantering for intermediate riders and faster hacks for the more experienced.

Relax at Base Camp Cafe! After an energetic activity session – relax in ‘Base Camp’ Cafe offering a variety of meals and a delicious range of local homemade Cakes!

To start your adventure, visit or call 0333 600 20 20.

7. Easter Bunny Special at Brecon Mountain Railway

Come join Easter Bunny at Brecon Mountain Railway. Take part in our Easter Egg Hunt at Pontsticill Station, everybody will receive a little gift off Mr Bunny and a special extra gift for the finder of the Golden Egg. Trains run at 10.30am, 12.15pm, 2.00pm and 3.45pm on the Fri 30th, Sat 31st March and Sun 1st, Mon 2nd April. Booking in advance is advised.

We hope you can join us in the Brecon Beacons this Easter!

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Our Top Five Family Easter Egg Hunts

Here is our top 5 Easter Egg Hunt events happening over the Easter weekend in the Brecon Beacons:

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Join us on Easter Saturday for our annual Easter Egg hunt. 10.30am start, weather depending. Egg hunting, Easter colouring and facepainting. More here.

Cadbury’s Easter Egg Hunt at Dolaucothi Gold Mines

Family fun this Easter Bank Holiday Weekend-30th March-2nd April.
Bunny has been up to his old tricks again. Find the clues around the mine yard and you may get a chocolatey treat! More info.

Daily Easter Hunt at Cantref Adventure Farmcantreff

Back by Popular Demand! – Daily Easter Hunt (Every day between 24th March – 15th April) Grab your baskets and hop to it and join the giant Easter Bunny on a daily Easter Egg Hunt in our fantastic Easter Garden. No matter if it is a rainy day or if it is fabulous sunny day; here at Cantref Adventure Farm we have loads of things to keep the kids busy in the Easter holidays! We are open everyday  from 10.30am – 5.30pm.

We are all really pleased to see a favourite family show returning to the Easter holidays –bottle feeding the lambs!  Everyone loves feeding the lambs and at Cantref you can cuddle up to the lamb and feed it all by yourself – a perfect photo opportunity for Mum and Dad! And that’s not all! Our Animal Encounters Tractor and Trailer rides
will be returning – check out the show programme to see what time they are running today! And there’s so much more!!

Easter Bunny Special at Brecon Mountain Railway

Come join Easter Bunny at Brecon Mountain Railway. Take part in our Easter Egg Hunt at Pontsticill Station, everybody will receive a little gift off Mr Bunny and a special extra gift for the finder of the Golden Egg. Trains run at 10.30am, 12.15pm, 2.00pm and 3.45pm on the Fri 30th, Sat 31st March and Sun 1st, Mon 2nd April. Booking in advance is advised.

Easter Trail at Tretower Court

Can you can follow the trail left by our “rambling rabbit” around the ruins of the 12th century castle and through the residential splendour of the 15th century court at Tretower – and hopefully find where he’s hidden those eggs…? More here.

Find out whats on at Theatr Brycheiniog this Easter here!

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