Clubs & Societies

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    Walkers are Welcome in Crickhowell

    Walkers are welcome in Crickhowell – run by walkers for walkers

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  • The Market Hall Trust

    Crickhowell market hall was built by the Duke of Beaufort in 1833-34, originally serving as a town hall as well as a market. It is now run by the Market Hall Trust, a charitable trust.  Stalls in the market can be booked through the Market Hall cafe in person or by telephoning 01873 812497

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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 U3A

    One of over 600 U3As in Britain, each one being independent, self-financing and run by volunteers. The U3A in Crickhowell welcomes new members who are no longer in full-time employment.

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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 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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  • Crickhowell Dial-a-Ride

    A transport service for the over 60’s or those of any age that are disabled. We have a 9 seater mini-bus operated by volunteers from the Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre. The office in CRiC is open mon, weds, thur, fri 9am-12pm

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    Crickhowell Volunteer Bureau

    The Crickhowell Volunteer Bureau is situated in the centre of Crickhowell town and covers the area of Crickhowell Town and the surrounding villages of Bwlch, Cwmdu, Vale of Grwyney, Llanbedr, Llangattock, Llangenny, Llangynidr and Tretower.

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