Monthly Archives: November 2011
A Taste of Tolkien An exploration of J.R.R Tolkien’s works, his Welsh inspirations and his influence on others Buckland Hall, a stunning Victorian mansion in the heart of the Welsh borders, opens its doors on Sunday 11th December, 2011 to … Continue reading
Great place to do your Christmas shopping this weekend is at the Welsh Venison Centre, who are doing a Christmas Fair, to celebrate the start of the festive season. For more information click here.
WINTER EVENTS AT ERWOOD STATION CRAFT CENTRE AND GALLERY Saturday 26th November from 2pm-4pm – Gordon Wood – book signing – his new book ‘Constructing the Worcester and Hereford Railway Line’. Saturday 3rd December 2pm … Continue reading
A Mid Wales fly fisherman’s diary, fishing in the Brecon Beacons and beyond…. Fly Fishing Wales with Kim Tribe 2011 The links below are from photos hosted on Yahoo’s photo hosting site Flickr; with some of the highlights of the fly-fishing … Continue reading
We have just received the following note from Owen Sheers. Please support this amazing film and see it this weekend. It’s showing from 25th November in Abergavenny, Monmouth, Cardiff, Port Talbot, Newport, Nantgarw, London, Sheffield and Cambridge. It will … Continue reading
Look up in to the night sky…can you see a flying boy over Brecon? Once upon a time, in a place called Neverland, there lived a boy that never grew up, Peter Pan. The adventure begins when the pantomime ‘Peter … Continue reading
This weeks Walk Wednesday is a brief insight to the much-loved walk, around gospel pass. Gospel Pass is an ancient road that follows a high pass, over the steep valley of the Vale of Ewyas. The Vale of Ewyas is … Continue reading