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The Town of Abergavenny-Home to this years National Eisteddfod

As an important historic market town in the heart of lush farming country, it’s no surprise that this bustling town has an excellent reputation for its food and the quality of its local produce. It’s also conveniently situated for visiting … Continue reading

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Brecon Beacon’s May Photographer of the Month

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May’s photographer of the month is Gareth Johns a self-taught photographer from Cardiff, who has a passion for the great outdoors. On June the 8th he’ll be Hiking 54miles through the Brecon Beacons within a 24hour time limit to raise … Continue reading

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An Excellent Insight to the History of the Brecon Beacons

The Uplands of Wales, a nation defined. A new publication has revealed a fascinating insight to the historic landscape of the Western Brecon Beacons… “Y Mynydd Du. My Spiritual Home. It’s in my soul.” Roy Noble A new survey has uncovered … Continue reading

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