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Powis Castle

Powis Castle

Powis Castle is a medieval castle rising dramatically above its celebrated garden.

Powis Castle garden is world-famous. Laid out under the influence of Italian and French styles, it retains its original lead statues and an orangery on the terraces. High on a rock above the terraces, the castle, originally built circa 1200, began life as a medieval fortress.

A link to the Powis Castle website is here





Locomotives "Earl" and "Countess" at Llanfair Caerinion on Gala Day

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was opened in 1903 to link the market town of Welshpool to the rural community of Llanfair Caereinion. The steam railway uses 2 foot 6 inch narrow gauge. It now provides a tourist service for all the family. Built as a Light Railway to avoid some of the costs of railway construction, the narrow gauge allows for tight curves and steep gradients, enabling the line to follow the contours of the countryside.

Click here to visit the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway Website




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Theatre Hafren

Hafren is a mid-scale professional theatre which seats over 550. It features a varied repertoire including plays, opera, music, entertainment, comedy, film and conferences. Theatre Hafren is a 10 minute drive from Maesmawr Hall.

A link to the Theatre Hafren website is here




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Mid Wales Arts Centre

Mid Wales Arts Centre is home to a unique permanent collection of large scale enamels and sculptures by international artist Stefan Knapp and stone carvings by the late John Paddison. The gallery holds changing exhibitions and events that promote and provide opportunities to artists living and working in Wales.
Opening hours
Thursday - Sunday
11am - 4pm

Click here to visit Mid Wales Arts Centre website





Hafren Forest - photo by Phillip Halling

About Hafren Forest

Hafren Forest takes its name from Afon Hafren which is the Welsh name for the River Severn.

The source of the River Severn is in a deep, blanket-peat bog on the slopes of Plynlimon, 800 metres outside Hafren Forest’s boundary.

You can walk to the source of the Severn and to Blaenhafren Falls from Hafren Forest.

Click here to visit The Hafren Forest Website




Glansevern Hall Gardens

Glansevern Hall Gardens

Glansevern Hall Gardens extend to 25 acres and there are a mixture of formal planting, lawns, a huge lake and many unusual and ancient specimen trees.

The opening times are 10:30 - 5pm, Wednesday to Sunday.

A link to the Glansevern Hall website is here

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