by Webmaster, 8th July 2021
Mid Wales stately home, Bryngwyn Hall, welcomes visitors once again for a day of summer entertainment
There is something hugely comforting about visiting a traditional country fair, as it takes us back to simpler times when life was far less frantic.
Like many events, Bryngwyn Summer Fayre was cancelled last year, but this year the grand stately home and grade II listed gardens are once again throwing their gates open to the public.
On the 17th and 18th July visitors will be able to peruse a multitude of stalls, selling regional food and drink, unusual plants and trees, antiques, jewellery, wood carvings and local crafts.
There will be entertainment for children, adults can watch fishing demonstrations and try their hand at casting and there will be garden tours throughout the weekend with Bryngwyn’s head gardener.
Located near the pretty town of Llanfyllin, Bryngwyn stands in nine acres of award winning gardens, which lead down to a beautiful eight acre lake and sixty acres of oak studded parkland.
The summer fayre will take place on the 17th and 18th July from 10.30am to 5pm daily. Admission £5, children under 12 free, dogs on leads welcome.