Friday 31st August and Saturday 1st September 2018
Another amazing weekend is in store for you! if you have never been before, we promise a lovely friendly weekend to you.
Music poetry, dance and laughter brought to you by the following fabulous artists:
Chris While and Julie Matthews
The Often Herd
Ruth and Ken Powell
Owen Shires (Cynefin)
The Penybontfawr Choir
Twmpathology (your Friday night Ceilidh)
Bar available from 6pm Friday night until 11:00pm then again Saturday 11:00am through to 11:00pm
Cafe on site available all day Saturday and BBQ
Your Hog roast supper on Friday night is included in the ticket price.
Craft Fair open all day Saturday from 10:30
Sunday morning Church Service - performances by Martin Karran and Sara O'Keeffe
Camping available just a minutes’ walk away (its basic with only portable toilets)
Other forms accommodation available nearby - please ask if you have trouble finding anything.
Ticket options available see web site for more info. http://www.llanwddynevents.co.uk
EARLY BIRD RATE AVAILABLE UNTIL 31ST MARCH (APPLICATION HAS TO BE IN BY THIS DATE)
Sunday, 9th September 2018. 10am - 5pm
A Heritage Open Day and Food Fair at Llanfyllin's historic Workhouse, Y Dolydd. A chance to see one of Britain's best preserved Victorian workhouses, under restoration by a community trust and home to a range of creative enterprises. The Food Fair will showcase the best in locally produced food and drink with a wide range of produce available to sample. Cookery demonstrations throughout the day. Live music by the Oswestry Jazz Orchestra, harpist John Browne and cabaret ensemble Cafe Lola. Exhibition of work by professional artists Connor and Harriet Lee-Merrion. Guided tours; ‘Before and After’ presentation; display on the restoration of The Master’s House. Workhouse History Centre open with film and family trail. Open studios including model railway, leather working, textile upcycling, artist. Bookshop, varied refreshments. Open 10.00 – 5.00. Free entry and parking: donations welcome to the Master’s House Appeal.