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 up is, the music will be organised by Angus King – Brecon Fringe Festival, we will have 4 main music weekends – Jazz, Local, Folk and Country – so while you watch some glass being blown, or try your hand at a clay wheel, you will be accompanied by lovely music. Each day is very different, so check out the website for details.

The headliners will be; Alpaccas /  Clay wheel / Felting / Willow weaving  / Chainsaws & hopefully a small train to ride on.

Visit their website to find out more: http://www.erwood-station.co.uk/

Erwood Station also has an impressive lineup of exhibitions, and not to be missed one day events. If you have never been in, you won’t know what you’re missing.

Its our Historical Weekend and 50th anniversary of the closure of the Mid Wales line,

If you have anything of historical interest to add – newspaper cuttings, pictures, stories about the line, memerobilia – 

Please contact us. We would like to hear from you!‘ President of the Friends John Wake.

14th July 2012

David Bellamy – 2pm – 4pm

Skies, Light & Atmosphere,

Donations to Help for Heroes & Air Ambulance

New book, new dvd’s and new paintings.

Book signing, talk & artist demonstration.

27th July—2nd Sept 2012

Every Fri – Sun

‘Summer of Great Events’

Artist Demonstrations,  Live Music

Family Workshops & Stalls

Alpacas, Clay, Willow, Chainsaws,  face painting, glass, Mask making, Male Voice, Jazz, Local bands, Folk, Country, Craft Stalls, Charities and much more.

50th Anniversary 24th—27th August

Historical Weekend & Llandrindod Victorian Festival Deal – Train, bus, lunch, film, return

Memorabilia, Historic Film & Talk, Original vintage photographs, Railway groups, hopefully a mini train to ride on

People who travelled the line!

If you have anything of historical interest to add – newspaper cuttings, pictures, stories about the line, memerobilia –
Please contact us. We would like to hear from you!

We are very lucky to be able to host the Welsh Wildlife Photographer of the year at the end of September, however before that, we have a not to be missed surrealist artists – raved about in the independent, and our next exhibition will be;

Stump Work and Embroidery

July 6th – August 16th

6 Artists display from Hay-on-Wye and area from bees on flowers, framed landscapes and handbags embroidered lovingly.

Surrealist paintings and furniture

August 18th – Sept 27th

Martin O’vel   –     Must See!

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