There are so many fantastic sport festivals in our national park and it all kicks off this month! Here are some dates for your diary… 28th Feb – 8th March – Crickhowell Walking Festival The national park’s first walking festival of … Continue reading
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If you are visiting Talgarth’s Christmas Fayre this Saturday why not pop along to the Mill where you will find free entry from 11-3, roasting chestnuts, live music from Alan Cooper and Simon Newcombe, mulled apple juice and mince pies. … Continue reading
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It’s beginning to look a lot like…? Here’s everything you need to know about festive events taking place in our national park in the lead up to Christmas! With so many markets to choose from, there’s no excuse, everyone can shop local … Continue reading
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Handmade Christmas @ Erwood Craft Centre & Café New stock carefully selected from established artists. Christmas carriage gifts from £2.50 Oct 31st – Dec 24th Stocking fillers, tokens of affection, heartfelt gifts, come and have a browse. Pop along in December and … Continue reading
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Brecon will be coming alive over the next month with art, music, poetry and literature popping up all over the town for the Brecon Arts Festival 2014. Artbeat Brecon is a group of Brecon based businesses and artists working together to positively … Continue reading
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Taking place on Thursday 16th October, 6-8pm and Friday 17th and Saturday 18 October, 10am-4pm at St Mary’s Church, Brecon. Free admission! Two members of Brecon and District Mind have had artwork chosen for the Mind National Calendar. Dave Griffiths’s watercolour illustrates February … Continue reading