What's On: October Half Term
Here are a few things that are going on in mid-Wales between the 27th October – 5th November 2017.
Rhayader Dragon Festival
27th – 29th October
Enjoy the Dragon Festival celebrations in Rhayader, including a procession, workshops and storytelling as well as live music all with a little Halloween magic thrown in and so much more!
The Autumn Cob Sale
27th – 29th October
Royal Welsh Showground
The Autumn Cob Sale is the largest sale in the World of registered Welsh Cobs Section D, Welsh Ponies of Cob Type Section C and their Part Breds. It attracts an international audience and draws a huge crowd of thousands of Welsh Cob enthusiasts.
Abergavenny Farmers Market
9am – 2.30pm
Abergavenny Farmers Market was one of the first farmer’s markets to start up in Monmouthshire and over the years it has remained a constant in the community. Local producers sell meat and poultry, sausages bacon, seasonal vegetables, eggs, cheese, bread, patisserie, cake and more.
Wales Rally GB – Stages 2 – 7
Myherin at 10:35
The Wales Rally GB blasts off in spectacular style with classic speed tests in the legendary forests of Mid Wales. The opening day’s schedule on Friday 27 October features three Special Stages, all set to the west of Llanidloes.
Presteigne Farmers Market
9am – 1pm
Presteigne Farmers Market takes place from 9am to 1pm on the first Saturday each month at the Memorial Hall, Station Road, Presteigne. The market, with seventeen stalls, is a varied mix of craft as well as local produce stalls, with artisan apple juice, free-range chicken produce, preserves, bakery, smokery produce, cheeses and olives.
10.30am – 12.30pm
Oriel Davies Newtown
A storytelling session with a twist. Beginning with the story, ‘Skunk in the Oven’, participants will be asked to put forward solutions to a dilemma and families will be invited to create their own Kamishibai.
4th November 2017
The Globe at Hay
Boasting a powerful indie-folk-rock sound with subtle hymnal and gospel tones, their story based anthems have drawn comparisons to the likes of Of Monsters and Men, Kodaline and Fleet Foxes.
Or, of course, you could just relax, enjoy the scenery, go for some walks, kayak on the lake, read a book, have a nap and just reset yourself in the Welsh countryside.