October 2010

Thousands gather as Welsh Assembly Minister opens Bannau Brycheiniog Green Fair and Food Festival

“I am delighted to be here at Green Fair, which is all about promoting sustainable technologies. Events like today are key in helping us to bring about real behaviour change. I hope visitors to Green Fair will be inspired by what they see today and will leave with new ideas…

Brecon Arts Week plans to paint the town red

The cultural group ‘Artbeat Brecon’ is planning to paint the town red - from 23rd – 31st October during the school holiday period - by hosting the first ever Brecon Arts Week! For release 1st October 2010

Thousands flock to Llandovery Sheep Festival

Eager to celebrate the town’s new Love Llandovery branding campaign and the patronage of HRH, The Prince of Wales, thousands of lovers of Llandovery (and not just of sheep either) turned up in droves to celebrate the town’s first annual Sheep Festival held last weekend (24th-26th September). For release 1st…

Homes wanted for some very special mountain ponies

Anyone will tell you that owning a pony is hard work but if you’ve been looking for a hardy and reliable companion pony or a children’s pony then you might just be in luck. Over the next few weeks, hill pony breeders from across mid and south Wales are preparing…

Bannau Brycheiniog National Park welcomes Arts and Craft Fayre

Eager to join in with the artistic vibe that’s buzzing around town for ‘Brecon Arts Week’, the National Park Visitor Centre is pleased to welcome the Platform One artists as they host the Welsh Arts and Crafts Festival also running during the October half term holidays.For release 6th October 2010

Come and make a splash trying something new this half term

Sailing, electric boating, gorge walking and even making your own coracle are just some of the exciting activities on offer during ‘Splash Week’ in the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park during the October holidays. For release 11th October 2010