Bringing in its tenth year with record crowds, Green Man Festival 2014 is set to be the biggest one yet. Unsurprisingly, tickets for the UK’s friendliest festival sold out weeks ago. If you were lucky enough to snag a ticket to Green Man you’ll … Continue reading
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Tagged brecon beacons, celebrations, festivals, food, greenman, music
Today’s personal view a great insight to the Brecon Beacons from Adriaan Koppens, who is the owner of Upper House Farm, Craswall. Upper House Farm has three wonderful properties on their books in the eastern part of the Brecon Beacons. 1. … Continue reading
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Biography Chris Townsend studied Art and Design at Kingston University and since then has been involved in prestigious projects such as working for the Delia Smith’s first BBC series. He then went on to work for various advertising agencies including … Continue reading
In celebration of October being the Brecon Beacons Art Month, we’ll be showcasing some of Brecon’s top artists and give their insight into what they love about the town. Our first post is all about the artist Alan Young. Artist … Continue reading
The book-lovers that visit Hay-on-Wye aren’t just from the United Kingdom, they come from all over the world. In the past couple of days, an American student visited our quaint town, and wrote about her experiences below. It’s International Bookseller’s … Continue reading
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Tagged Bibliophile Thoughts, Cinema Bookshop, Fudge Shop, hay on wye, Murder and Mayhem, Richard Booth's Café, Sheperd's, The Sandwich Cellar, The Swan at Hay
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Here’s something sent in to us by Ryan Cook, it’s a lovely story so do have a read. Legend has it that Llyn Cwm Llwch lake situated in the Brecon Beacons has an enchanted island, accessible only on May Day, … Continue reading
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