May 2008

Local environmental group closes in on £1m prize to save the planet

Shortlist announced for UK’s biggest ever community environment challenge

Visitors invited to help celebrate European Day of Parks

Visitors to Bannau Brycheiniog National Park are being invited to help celebrate the tenth European Day of Parks on Saturday 24th May.

National Park begins crackdown on illegal off-roaders

Dramatic scenes unfolded over the May bank holiday weekend, when police helicopters were called in to help catch illegal off-roaders in the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park.

Vintage Rally steams into National Park

The National Park Visitor Centre, near Libanus bringing together the tractors and machinery from yesteryear.

Brecon welcomes the start of Beacons Bus season

Sunday May 25th will see the restart of the popular Beacons Bus service.

Wales’ only rock festival with a difference

Fforest Fawr Geopark is planning a series of rock events to celebrate Bannau Brycheiniog National Park’s unique geological heritage as part of European Geoparks’ Fortnight during May.

Hay Takes the Festival Cake and Eats it too

June may mean the wind down of celebrations for the Guardian Hay Festival but Saturday 28th June will mark the seventh successful year of the Hay Food Festival.