A fun-filled couple of days has been enjoyed by thousands at the Royal Welsh Spring Festival in Llanelwedd this weekend. A celebration of smallholding and rural life, the Spring Festival is a firm favourite for many in the spring show season.Read more
A record of over 1,000 runners took to the scenic trails of Mid Wales on Sunday to make the 2017 Royal Welsh Trail Running Festival the biggest yet.Read more
This year’s Royal Welsh Spring Festival, taking place in Builth Wells showground at the weekend (20 & 21 May) is the place to go. The festival features an action-packed programme of entertainment, have-a-go educational activities, workshops, displays and performances. Also, for the second year running, Britain’s biggest selling smallholding magazine, Country Smallholding will be running the Speakers Corner segment.Read more
In less than two weeks the Royal Welsh Spring Festival (20 & 21 May 2017) will be in full swing with thousands of happy visitors here at the showground in Llanelwedd, eager to explore everything the weekend-long event has to offer.
This year, the family friendly festival, celebration of smallholding and rural, life is even more appealing with the expanded street food and music area.
Wales has gone Wild for the 2017 Royal Welsh Trail Running Festival as anticipation grows for next month’s Mid Wales event.Read more
The entries for livestock classes have already been coming in thick and fast for this year’s Royal Welsh which takes place at Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, from July 24 – 27 2017.Read more
Radnor Hills water will return to its rural roots at the Royal Welsh Trail Running Festival after signing on as official water supplier.Read more
Taking place at the showground in Llanelwedd, Builth Wells on 21 and 22 May, the Royal Welsh Spring Festival is a fantastic weekend-long celebration of smallholding and rural life.
The two-day festival, with its action-packed programme of entertainment, have-a-go educational activities, talks, workshops, displays and performances, offers the perfect family day out.