Press releases for August 2012
Brecon Beacons National Park Authority and Forestry Commission Wales are calling on the help of walkers to prevent further spreading of an infectious tree disease which is leading to a large number of larch trees being felled in the National Park.
Brecon Beacons National Park Authority is celebrating with its two partners – National Trust Wales and Carmarthenshire County Council - after receiving nearly £125,000 from Cadw’s Heritage Tourism Project to improve and enhance the Roman heritage links across key sites in Carmarthenshire over the next two years.
If you’re a fan of food, music, or the arts the National Park Visitor Centre is the only place to be this August Bank Holiday weekend (25th-27th) with the launch of the Brecon Beacons Summer Fayre.
Talgarth is the first town in the Brecon Beacons National Park to be awarded full membership status of the Walkers are Welcome Towns Network.
Award winning Welsh author and journalist Horatio Clare has once again shown his affection for the Brecon Beacons National Park, by agreeing to become the official patron of the Park Authority’s Ambassador Scheme.
If you’re searching for an event that’s going to test your mind AND body this August Bank Holiday weekend – the Bwlch with Altitude Challenge could be just what you’re looking for.
Two benches commemorating a special route across Brecon Beacons National Park were officially unveiled during the annual Beacons Way walking event last weekend.