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This page gives information on special events that are taking place near to the Heart of Wales Line.

If you are an event organiser and wish to promote your event on this website, then please send information via e-mail to David Edwards.

Events in Jun

Farmers' Markets
Larger Markets

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2 Jun @ Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Farmers Market

Shrewsbury Farmers Market is held monthly in the town square on the 1st Friday of the month.

With stalls from, Castlemoor Farm, Bonbonniere, Mukaase Foods, Stokes Of Ellesmere, Shropshire Honey and Little Round Cake Company and many more.

between 9am and 3:30pm.

 
 
 

Shrewsbury Market

 

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4 Jun @ Llandeilo

Pro-Celebrity Football Match

A pro celebrity football match is to take place on to help raise money for Ty Hafan Children’s Hospice.

Ty Hafan is the only children’s hospice service in South Wales. Providing care and support to life limited children, young people and their families in Wales.

Ty Hafan XI is a growing annual locals-versus-celebrities football event held at Tre-Gib Sports Facilities, Llandeilo, South Wales.

3pm - 5pm.

 
 
 

Pro Celeb football

 

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9 Jun @ Swansea

Street Food Friday

After two brilliant events, we are back with another Street Food Friday at Unit Nineteen in Little Wind Street.

Delicious street food, live music courtesy of the Do Not Go Gentle Festival and a pop-up bar selling alcohol and soft drinks. All welcome, and unlike the markets, it’s undercover.

Visit after work, meet friends, eat, drink & socialise.

5pm - 9:30pm.

 
 
 

Street food Friday

 

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15 - 18 Jun @ Swansea

Swansea International Jazz Festival

Swansea International Jazz Festival returns for the 4th year this summer with over 50 events taking place at 15 venues in the Maritime Quarter.

Last year’s events created the biggest jazz festival in Wales with record crowds attending and it is anticipated this year’s event will be the biggest yet.

See website for full details of events.

Various Venues, Swansea.

 
 
 

marina Market

 

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17 Jun @ Llanelli

Llanelly House Historical Character Afternoon Tea

Llanelly House Special Historical Character Afternoon Tea "Afternoon Tea with The Stepneys".

Enjoy a sumptuous Afternoon Tea in the company of the very mischievous "Georgian Stepney Family".

2.30pm to 4.30pm £17.95 per person.

Llanelly House, Bridge St, Llanelli.

Booking is essential ~ please call our Team on 01554 772857.

*please note that this event does not include a House Tour.

 
 
 

marina Market

 

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17 - 18 Jun @ Llandeilo

Dinefwr Food Festival

Take one historic parkland and mansion, add some professional cookery demonstrations and a pinch of foodie entertainment, mix in a whole host of local food and drink producers and what have you got? – Dinefwr’s annual Food Festival.

For the second year running Newton House and Courtyard will be jam packed with stalls designed to tickle the taste buds of even the most sophisticated of pallets.

We’ve chosen to support our local businesses as much as possible, each providing a unique taste of Wales. The courtyard will be a hive of activity and a place to fill your bellies with delicious street food and local delicacies.

10am til 6pm.

Normal Admission applies.

 
 
 

marina Market

 

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17 Jun @ Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Carnival

The theme for Shrewsbury Carnival & Show 2017 is Carnival Goes Around the World.

Beginning in Shrewsbury’s Quarry Park at 10am the show side of our event provides a full programme of arena entertainment, trade and charity stalls and a fantastic fun fair along with food from local producers.

At 2pm our parade with themed floats, walking groups, marching bands and dancers will take to the streets of the town centre.

 
 
 

lantern centre

 

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24 & 25 Jun @ Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Food Festival

More than 20,000 people will descend on Shrewsbury's Quarry Park for the town's fourth annual food festival.

There will be celebrity chef demonstrations, free activities for children, a showcase of the best local music, a hot food court, artisan bars and more besides.

The food festival was founded in 2012 and proved an instant success. It is run with the help of a team of 100 volunteers, called #TeamOrange. The event has helped Shrewsbury to build a reputation as being a centre of gastronomic excellence.

The event is on course to sell out and there will be more than 200 exhibitors on site.

In the Quarry Park.

 
 
 

marina Market

 

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24 & 25 Jun @ Llandrindod Wells

Dry Stone Walling Course

An Introduction to the History and Practice of Dry Stone Walling - A one or two day course.

Stuart Fry will lead the courses. Stuart is a professional dry stone waller working in the hills of Mid Wales.  He holds the Advanced qualification of the Stone Walling Association of Great Britain. He is also a Landscape Archaeologist and combines both specialities in these one and two day courses.

Participants will not only learn the basic rudiments of building a dry stone wall but will also learn about the history of how and when they were built.  Stuart is particularly interested in wall dating and the conservation aspects of walls in their environment.

From geology to wildlife, from defence to enclosure, dry stone walls epitomise man's influence on the landscape and these fascinating short courses with enthral anyone who has an interest in the countryside.

Ty Gwyn Farm, Llandrindod Well, SLD1 5NY.

For those wishing to travel by public transport, we can arrange collection from Llandrindod Wells station or bus stop.

 
 
 

lantern centre

 

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Farmers' Markets

     
 
 

Craven Arms

Farmers' Market

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre.

First Saturday of the month.

9:00 am – 1:00 pm.

11 minute walk from Craven Arms Railway Station.

 
 
 
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Knighton

Knighton Community Market

Community Centre,Knighton.

2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month.

9:30 am to 12:30 pm.

5 minute walk from Knighton station.

 
 
 
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Llandovery

Farmers' Market

Llandovery Market Square.

Last Saturday of the month.

9:00 am – 2:00 pm.

6 minute walk from Llandovery station.

 
 
 
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Pontarddulais

Local Produce Market

The Institute.

2nd Wednesday of each month.

9:30 am to 1:00 pm.

5 mins walk from the station.

 
 
 
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Larger Markets

     
 
 

Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Indoor Market

The Market Hall, Claremont Street,

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

11 minute walk from Shrewsbury Railway Station.

 
 
 
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Swansea

Swansea Indoor Market

Open Mon – Sat throughout the year
Over 100 stalls offering everything from fresh local produce and traditional Welsh gifts to laverbread and fine Welsh cheeses. And of course, no visit would be complete without a bag of hot Welsh cakes, served fresh from the griddle. Enjoy the vibrancy of a traditional market.

Oxford Street, Swansea.

12 minute walk from Swansea Railway Station.

 
 
 
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Llanelli

Llanelli Indoor and Outdoor Market

Market Street, Llanelli.

The indoor market is open six days a week - Monday to Saturday - between 8:30am and 5:00pm.

The town's outdoor market is held every Thursday and Saturday between 8:30am and 5:00pm.

14 minute walk from Llanelli Railway Station.

 
 
 
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