Last week a spectacular planetarium was set up in Llangors Community Centre, marking the start of a series of star gazing and astronomy workshops for tourism operators to help market their business across Bannau Brycheiniog National Park. For release 15th February 2010
Encouraged by its improved performance over the past year, Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority is now taking a further step forward by signing a Service Level Agreement (SLA) to take on some of Powys County Council’s Brecknockshire planning applications. The SLA – which commenced yesterday (Monday 15th February 2010) –…
Earlier today, Bannau Brycheiniog National Park Authority successfully delivered its first pilot training scheme for local taxi drivers designed to boost the local transport industry and give visitors more than just a ride to their destination.For release 18th February 2010
Spectacular scenes are unfolding today amidst a flurry freshly fallen snow and cold weather as over 100 tonnes of heather brash bales are lowered by helicopter onto Hay Bluff to repair a large area of countryside that was damaged by wildfires. For release 1st February 2010
With Spring just around the corner, members of the Llangattock Green Valleys made the most of the bright weather organising a successful clean sweep of Llangattock hillside – making it litter free for residents and visitors. For release 8th February 2010
After a lively debate at the Castle Hotel last week, local businesses in Brecon have taken the first steps to help Brecon achieve Real Food Town status by forming a local ‘Taste Real Food UK’ group to drive the project forward. For release 12th February 2010
Yn gynharach heddiw, fe gyflawnodd Awdurdod Parc Cenedlaethol Bannau Brycheiniog ei gyn?lun hyfforddi peilot cyntaf i yrwyr lleol sydd wedi’i lunio i atgyfnerthu’r diwydiant trafnidiaeth lleol, ac i gynnig i ymwelwyr rhywbeth sy’n fwy na lifft i’w cyrchfan. I’w ryddhau ar y 18fed o Chwefror 2010.