The Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre (CRiC) situated in Beaufort Street is a visitwales networked tourist information centre. Take a tour of CRiC
CRiC is currently open Mon-Sat 10am-4.30pm, and provides an information service for tourists and residents of the area, selling maps and publications and locally produced gift items; CRiC has a WiFi enabled internet cafe serving Fairtrade coffee and tea and locally made cakes and ice cream; Upstairs at CRiC is the oriel CRiC gallery showcasing art and craft of local, Welsh and visiting artists and makers. Exhibitions change every 8 weeks.
CRiC has a conference room and offices to hire and provides secretarial services, such as photocopying, typing, faxing etc.
The Centre also houses the Volunteer Bureau, Dial-a-Ride and the local Archive Centre. These have their own opening times.
CRiC is a gold awarded green tourism business and prides itself on sourcing locally produced and/or environmentally friendly products to run the business. CRiC works hard to make our destination more environmentally friendly, but we need your help. Some practical green tips to help protect our local environment can be found here. CRiC visitor charter
cric for retail GTBS Wales Gold web Cric building
Come in and see us, our volunteers are willing to help, telephone 01873 811970, email us. If you’re visiting for the first time the postcode needed to locate CRiC is NP8 1BN. CRiC is open 10am-4.30pm Monday – Saturday.
View looking southwest from Cwmdu Evidence suggests that…