Brecon Beacons National Park is the only place to be this August Bank Holiday weekend with food, music, activities and art at the National Park Visitor Centre.
From the 23rd to the 25th of August the whole family can enjoy the annual Summer Fayre at the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority’s Visitor Centre near Libanus.
Rain, hail or shine there is a large selection of local foods, drinks, produce, art and crafts available from a number of exhibitors. From Gladiator style bouncy castle to trying out the merchandise at Cotswold Tent Show, this years Summer Fayre has something for everyone.
With over 10,000 visitors expected to attend over the long weekend, local producers have their products stocked and ready for a big weekend. Offering up delicious organic meats, fresh fruit and vegetables, jams, smoked foods, bread, ciders, beers and wines, cheese, chocolate and so much more!
The Summer Fayre isn’t all about the food, with the Brecon Town Concert Band playing Saturday and a Welsh folk band pumping out the tunes on the Sunday.
With over 50 stands showcasing Welsh food, arts and crafts, the tenth annual Summer Fayre is the place to be for the entire family. Entry into the fayre is free; car parking is set at £2 for the entire day.
Fancy staying for the weekend? Head to the Brecon Beacons Holiday Cottages website and book in today!