Wednesday 11th to Sunday 22nd September

WEDNESDAY 11th

  • Llanwrtyd Wells 10-Mile Walking Group.  Meet at Neuadd Arms at 10 a.m. Visitors welcome.  See below. *

THURSDAY 12th

  • Llanwrtyd Wells 5-Mile Walking Group.  Meet at Neuadd Arms at 10 a.m. Visitors welcome.  See below. *
  • Heritage and Arts Centre.  Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Centre run by volunteers – entry free but donations welcomed.
  • Exhibitions in glassware by Irene Funnell, paintings by David Button and Jean Francis and ceramics by Left Paw Pottery – something for everyone.

FRIDAY 13th

  • Heritage and Arts Centre.  Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Centre run by volunteers – entry free but donations welcomed.
  • Exhibitions in glassware by Irene Funnell, paintings by David Button and Jean Francis and ceramics by Left Paw Pottery – something for everyone.

SATURDAY 14th

  • Heritage and Arts Centre.  Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Centre run by volunteers – entry free but donations welcomed.
  • Exhibitions in glassware by Irene Funnell, paintings by David Button and Jean Francis and ceramics by Left Paw Pottery – something for everyone.

SUNDAY 15th

  • Heritage and Arts Centre.  Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Centre run by volunteers – entry free but donations welcomed.
  • Exhibitions in glassware by Irene Funnell, paintings by David Button and Jean Francis and ceramics by Left Paw Pottery – something for everyone.

WEDNESDAY 18th

  • Llanwrtyd Wells 10-Mile Walking Group.  Meet at Neuadd Arms at 10 a.m. Visitors welcome.  See below. *
  • Day 1 of Mid-Wales Four Day Walking Festival with 12 or 20 way-marked routes and 5 or 8 mile guided walks.

THURSDAY 19th

  • Day 2 of Mid-Wales Four Day Walking Festival followed by Quiz Night in Neuadd Arms Hotel.
  • Heritage and Arts Centre.  Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Centre run by volunteers – entry free but donations welcomed.
  • Exhibitions in glassware by Irene Funnell, paintings by David Button and Jean Francis and ceramics by Left Paw Pottery – something for everyone.

FRIDAY 20th

  • Day 3 of Mid-Day Four Day Walking Festival.  Evening sing-along with Jim Reeves in Neuadd Arms.
  • Shylock – one-man play with Rhodri Miles – coming to Victoria Hall 7.30 pm.  Tickets £6 at the door.
  • Heritage and Arts Centre.  Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Centre run by volunteers – entry free but donations welcomed.
  • Exhibitions in glassware by Irene Funnell, paintings by David Button and Jean Francis and ceramics by Left Paw Pottery – something for everyone.

SATURDAY 21st

  • Day 4 of Mid-Day Four Day Walking Festival. ‘The Blister Ball’- an evening knees-up with live music in the Neuadd.
  • Heritage and Arts Centre.  Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Centre run by volunteers – entry free but donations welcomed.
  • Exhibitions in glassware by Irene Funnell, paintings by David Button and Jean Francis and ceramics by Left Paw Pottery – something for everyone.

SUNDAY 22nd

  • Heritage and Arts Centre.  Open 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Centre run by volunteers – entry free but donations welcomed.
  • Exhibitions in glassware by Irene Funnell, paintings by David Button and Jean Francis and ceramics by Left Paw Pottery- something for everyone.

* Please note: Visitors welcome to come on Wednesday and Thursday walks but please telephone to confirm that walk is on (01591 610236 for a 10- mile walk, 01591 610701 or for a 5-mile walk).  Wear walking boots and bring a packed lunch and wet weather gear.

Some other things to do

  • Families may wish to know that the Dolwen Recreational Field has a children’s playground.
  • If you have a little time to spend you may enjoy a visit to the Memorial Garden (right after Memorial Institute).
  • If you have more time then a walk to historic St David’s Church is recommended.
  • Leaflets describing walks in the area can be picked up at the Neuadd Arms Hotel or the Heritage and Arts Centre. Guided walks can be arranged by Neuadd Arms with a couple of days notice.

Stewards on duty at the Heritage and Arts Centre will be pleased to provide you with suggestions on other things to do in the surrounding area; at other times please visit the Neuadd Arms Hotel for ideas.