Happy Bank holiday all!
We are having the most beautiful weather!
Just a few local events listed below for you all to have a look at.
Hay Festival - Celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year, the Hay Festival brings together writers from around the world to debate and share stories at its festival in the staggering beauty of the Welsh Borders.Thu 25 May - Sun 4 Jun 2017
Dam Patrol at Elan Valley Join our Dam Inspector on a regular patrol to learn about the history and monitoring of our dams and reservoirs. Booking essential on 01597 810880. Meet at the Elan Valley Visitor Centre (Grid reference SN 928646) at 9.30am, back about 1pm. Sat 2 May 2017
Spring Craft Fayre at Elan Valley Our Visitor Centre is packed with over 20 local crafters and artists offering; handmade jewellery, wildlife photographs, wooden crafts, paintings, craft demonstrations, willow basket making, up-cycled garden art and much more! Sat 27 - Sun 28 May 2017
Howey Hedgehog Rescue at Elan Valley Join Howey Hedgehog Rescue's Elaine and Nigel to see what goes on behind the scenes during a hedgehog rescue. Learn how to care for our prickly hogs and how to improve our gardens for wildlife. At the Visitor Centre from 11am - 3pm. Sun 28 May 2017
Take on the Trod at Elan Valley Estate 18 mile guided walk from Strata Florida to Rhayader
Welsh Open Stoneskimming Championships at Llanwrtyd Wells - In or near Llanwrtyd Wells (18 miles, 29 km) - Sun 28 May 2017
A fun afternoon of pond dipping - suitable for all the family. Booking is essential - only 20 places available. 01597 810880. Meet at Dol y Mynach layby (Grid reference SN 904617). No unaccompanied children please. Tue 30 May 2017
Dam Open Day at Elan Valley - Join our Rangers at one of our Dam Open Days - an exclusive chance to venture into Pen y Garreg Dam and up to the central tower. You’ll enjoy a bird's-eye view of the dam wall – and learn about the feat of engineering that made Elan. Wed 31 May 2017
Dambusters Walk at Elan Valley A 4 mile guided walk to learn about the area, including the remains of Nant y Gro Dam which was used for tests before the WW2 Dambusters Raid. There is a steep climb of 40m up the steps to the top of the dam and then a very steep 140m climb Sat 3 Jun 2017
Sunday 3rd June - Penybont Tractor run, BBQ and sports - The Ddole, Penybont