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CRiC – your Local Info Point

CRiC – your first stop for local and visitor information.

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Find local businesses

Most of your business needs can be found in and around Crickhowell where you will find friendly and efficient service.

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Pay & Play tennis in Crickhowell

Visitors and non members can book tennis courts upto 24hours in advance 7 days a week through CRiC

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CRiC’s Annual General Meeting

CRiC’s AGM will take place at 6.30pm in CRiC on Weds 20th June

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Sat 16th & Sun 17th June – Crickhowell’s Open Gardens

Over 20 gardens in town open to the public with plants for sale and refreshments, free shuttle bus

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CRiC in support of local producers

Bread from Talgarth Mills’ The Baker’s Table next on sale in CRiC Sat 14th July

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Volunteer at CRiC

Volunteering opportunities at CRiC – join the team! Meet people, make a difference and support your local community at the same time

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Community Life

These pages provide a very comprehensive catalogue of businesses, service providers and clubs and societies that are available to residents and visitors alike. You can also find out how to contact your local council. If you would like to add your business or society please contact CRiC.

Crickhowell is a thriving business and social community with a full range of shops and offices on the high street.  The town is served by a community primary school and a high school.

Services regularly take place in a number of churches in and around Crickhowell which are well worth a visit. The 12th Century St Edmund’s has two stained glass windows by Charles Kempe and several memorials to local families. Further afield Brecon Cathedral is north of the town on the A470. It has a visitor’s centre and small restaurant. For details of churches in the surrounding area visit

  • The Bethabara Baptist Chapel is at the lower end of Bridge Street. Tel: 01873 810324
  • Danycastell Presbyterian Church can be found in Castle Street. Tel: 01873 811398
  • The Evangelical church holds its services in Silver Lane behind the Market Hall. Tel: 01873 832134

An active university of the third age (U3A) meets regularly and welcomes people who are no longer in full time employment.  The volunteer bureau which operates from the resource and information centre places people of all ages with volunteer organisations for a variety of experiences.  The library, community centre and health centre are all within easy reach of the town centre. Local news items can be found on the what’s on pages and a regular community_times_issue_18 is produced by volunteers.