Links

Llanidloes – The Arwystli Country, Wales UK – Everything (and more) that you wanted to know about Llanidloes.

Montgomeryshire Literature Festival –   June 2109.  Come and visit the impressive Gregynog Hall. What is it made of?

Charter Market,Llanidloes – The Saturday Market has been run in the town since 1280 !

Great Oak Foods, Llanidloes – Organic and local food and wine sellers since 2002.

Craft Fair – at Minerva Arts Centre now until  Christmas Eve, 10am to 4.30pm Monday to Saturday.

LlaniBikes –  local  bicycle shop : accessories , new and used bicycles, repair, service or rent.

Pencambria – is an independent  magazine devoted to mid-Welsh history, heritage and creative writing.

PC-Q   –   Internet connection anywhere  , data centres,    computers and office supplies .

MWAC – Mid Wales Arts Centre  at Maesmawr near Caersws, interesting house, art gallery and sculpture park.

The Quilt Association – Closely ‘knit’ with the Minerva Arts Centre,Llanidloes, the Quilt Association actively promotes quilting in the local area.

The Wool and Willow Festival – A festival celebrating the best sustainable fibre crafts and textiles in mid-Wales.

Wonder Wool Wales – A festival of Welsh wool and natural fibres (10th anniversary 2015).

Llani Leisure Llanidloes – Your local source for outdoor pursuit equipment.

The Bookshop Band – Formed in late September 2010, The Bookshop Band write songs inspired by books, and play them in bookshops!

Powysland Bookshop – The Powysland Club is the historical society for the beautiful county of Montgomeryshire, and was founded in 1867.

Ffynnon – ” perform deep-rooted Celtic songs with a rare degree of originality ”   yes, they do.

Llanidloes Energy Solutions Ltd – a local Charity working to raise awareness about the effects of climate change on the environment, encouraging people to save energy and to convert to renewable, non-polluting sources of energy wherever possible.

Welsh Computers – new and used computers and accessories.

Andrew Hawkey – Blues Musician ,whose 2015 CD “What did I come up here for?” we have in the shop.

Natalie Hapeshi    –  locally based artist   – prints, drawings and illustrations.

Jeremy Andrews   –  a figurative artist working in oils using techniques such as underpainting and glazes.