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Radnorshire

'Set in the lovely Marteg Valley just north of Rhayader, Gilfach is a 410 acre hill farm nature reserve, owned and managed by Radnorshire Wildlife Trust for the benefit of wildlife. The fa ...
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'The Elan Valley (Welsh: Cwm Elan) is a river valley situated to the west of Rhayader, in Powys, Wales, sometimes known as the "Welsh Lake District". It covers 70 square miles (180 ...
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'Glyndŵr's Way was granted National Trail status in millennium year 2000. Its enigmatic name derives from the early fifteenth century folk hero Owain Glyndŵr, who won significant battles c ...
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'Llandrindod means "the sacred enclosure of the Holy Trinity". Wells denotes the mineral water springs found here. From the late 17th Century, the area was known as "Ye Wells." Ll ...
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'Route 41 runs between Newtown and Kington, via Knucklas and Knighton and is known as the “Offa Hopper”. As well as being the local service bus, it provides a service to walkers wanting to ...
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'Presteigne has had a turbulent history, starting with its capture by the Mercians from the Welsh, which accounts for its unexpected location on the English side of Offa's Dyke. Besieged b ...
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On the top of Esgair Dderw is an impressive Bronze Age standing stone. Maen is Welsh for large stone, whilst Serth can have two meanings, either steep or obscene. Standing at roughly seven feet hig ...
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'Exploring this remarkable landscape and its rich history is what attracts most people to the area. Knighton itself is part in Shropshire in England and part in Powys in Wales making it an ideal ba ...
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