Clubs & Societies

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    Llangattock Green Valleys

    A group of locals keen to find ways to save energy (and money!) by reducing personal and community carbon footprint. Many individuals are interested in alternative ‘renewable’ technologies – things like solar, wind and water power, woodfuel and biodiesel. But are also keen to do as much as possible to make homes and community buildings cheaper to run and more energy efficient.

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  • Llanthony Art Courses

    Weekend courses for beginners (and those a bit rusty) in water-colour, oils, digital photography and stone carving.

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  • Arts Alive ws2012

    Arts Alive

    Arts Alive Wales is an independent arts organisation based in rural South Powys, providing opportunities to take part in a wide range of high quality arts activities at their base in Crickhowell and elsewhere in Wales and the Welsh borders.

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  • Crickhowell and District Community Partnership CIC

    This project is to provide high quality community based sporting facilities for which it is intended to serve the rural communities of Crickhowell and surrounding areas.

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    Llangattock Community Woodland Group

    The woodland volunteer group meet on a Tuesday at 10am to carry out a wide variety of tasks in our managed woodlands.

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  • Crickhowell Probus Club

    Probus Clubs are social clubs for retired professional, business and other people – the only stipulation being that you should be fully or semi-retired! Although Probus Clubs have a World-Wide presence, each club is independently run, with no over-all “umbrella” organisation to control or administer individual clubs.

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    Tools For Self Reliance (TFSR)

    TOOLS FOR SELF RELIANCE collects old and unwanted hand tools from all over the UK. We clean repair and sharpen them, and send tool kits to grass roots community groups in several African countries.

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    Crickhowell Choral Society

    The Crickhowell Choral Society was founded in 1981 by a local GP David Hiley who persuaded any of his patients who said they could sing to join him in creating a choir. From this small group, many of whom are still members, a strong society of some 50 to 60 singers has evolved.

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