June 2008

Red Kite Theatre goes futuristic

ALAS POOR WORLD is Red Kite Theatre Company’s newest production – an eco-play for today which reveals a dark vision of mankind’s future.

Jazzing up Brecon the eco-friendly way

With just under 10 weeks to go until the 25th Anniversary of the HSBC Brecon Jazz Festival, local businesses are preparing for the arrival of the hippest, coolest and yes, eco-friendliest jazz cats in town.

National Park ensures 11 quarries stay closed

Eleven old and dormant quarries located in Bannau Brycheiniog National Park have had their planning permissions revoked - so there is no longer a threat that they could be reopened to create further scars on the Park’s landscape.

National Park plan to manage change

Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority is inviting National Park residents and visitors to give their views on the draft National Park Management Plan which lays out the future for the National Park for the next five years.

National Park scoops a green hat trick

Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority has been awarded its third green flag at the National Park Visitor Centre, demonstrating its ongoing green commitment to the environment.

Hay takes the festival cake and eats it too

June may mean the wind down of celebrations for the Guardian Hay Festival but for those who know and love Hay on Wye, Saturday 28th June will mark the seventh successful year of the Hay Food Festival.

Much Ado About Nothing in the Park

One of Britain’s top touring theatre companies may raise a few eyebrows this month – and a few skirts - when an exclusively all male cast perform Shakespeare’s classic tale ‘Much Ado about Nothing’ at the National Park Visitor Centre, near Libanus, on Friday 11th July.