Live green. Eat green.

Promising to be an action packed day the new event will bring together a huge range of green businesses under one marquee in The Struet, Brecon. 

Whether you are involved in a new build or you’re interested in greening up your existing home, our exhibitors and speakers will solutions of future proofing against ever-increasing energy costs.  A Planning Officer from the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority will be on hand from 10am to 2pm to discuss installations of green energy technology (unfortunately they won’t be able to discuss current planning applications).
The Green Fair will showcase a range of innovative, energy efficient products and services to promote the use of renewable energy at a local level.  Practical advice will be available on choosing and installing renewable energy systems and there will be a series of talks throughout the day on various aspects of renewable energy.
Browse the great range of locally based green suppliers, alongside fair trade, organic and locally produced food and crafts at the Food Festival.

Teresa Stabb, organiser of the event said:  “In a time of ever-increasing energy prices and with widespread concern over environmental issues, increasing numbers of householders, businesses and other community organisations are looking for ways to reduce their energy consumption and make greener choices.

Not only will tourism businesses operating throughout the National Park and surrounding areas have the opportunity to establish contacts and source green products but the event is also a ‘must’ for all those businesses and householders interested in making greener purchases, supporting sustainable, local enterprise and reducing their carbon footprint.”
If you’re worried about rising energy costs, want to learn more about renewable energy options, or if you’re looking to make your business greener, then the Bannau Brycheiniog Green Fair is the place for you!


Pictures:  Copyright of Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority


1. A pre-meet for exhibitors and press, with privileged access to tourism businesses, will take place between 9am and 10am with coffee and pastries provided! This will be an excellent opportunity to encourage green networking and to view products in an informal and relaxed setting before the event is opened to the public. For more information contact Theresa Stabb at or telephone 01544 231241/077486 11019

2. For further information on the Food Festival held in the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park please contact Andrew Powell on 01874 624 979 or email