Local Events

mayicon.jpgClun Green Man Festival May Bank Holiday 
The Battle on the Bridge is the dramatic focal point of the weekend, and always takes place at noon on Mayday (Bank Holiday Monday). The Green Man and Ice Queen each have their entourage and approach the Bridge in procession from opposite sides. The Green Man comes down the hill from the Church with the May Queen, whilst the Frost Queen descends Bridge Street with her little icicles. There follows a stand off!

mayicon.jpgThe Hay Festival End May-Beginning June
The world famous international literary festival.  

junicon.jpgLudlow Fringe Festival End June
Ludlow Fringe is an independent Arts, Community and Culture festival, established as a Community Interest Company in 2013 to provide an annual inclusive, vibrant and diverse Arts Festival within the town of Ludlow during June and July.

augicon.jpgKnighton Carnival and Show  Last Saturday in August
The carnival procession takes place at noon and again in the evening and is always a dazzling display of local talent.  There is a spectacular show of horticulture, floral and handicraft exhibitions, vintage cars, equine competitions, dog shows, loads for the kids and, of course, the increasingly popular food stalls …..

augicon.jpgPresteigne festival  End of August
The Presteigne Festival takes place annually over six music-filled days during the late August bank holiday weekend. The Festival has a long tradition of supporting young artists and specialises in the promotion and presentation of contemporary classical music. 

sepicon.jpgh.Art Herefordshire Art Week .  Mid September
is an annual showcase aimed at promoting the large number and wide variety of artists and craftmakers working in the region and some of them not that far from the Brandy House.

Royal Welsh Show Ground at Builth Wells host to many events with the flagship ones below

RWAS Events

mayicon.jpgSpring Festival 


julicon.jpgRoyal Welsh Show 


novicon.jpgWinter Fair 

Video Tour

Your Horse Adventures

for place to place trail riding