Then enjoy lunch and a glass of wine or coffee and a cake at The Metropole.
Llandrindod Wells is the place to be for a spot of Christmas shopping this year.
On November 29, the town will hold its special ‘Christmas Fayre’ at The Pavilion, from 10am-3.30pm. Great gifts include jewellery, fabric and woollen crafts, handmade toiletries and handmade cards. There’s also a chance to visit Santa in his grotto and to buy Christmas trimmings to deck out your home. Charities represented at the event include Hope House Hospice, The Lion’s Club, The Bracken Trust and Cancer Research.
The following day, Sunday November 30, the town will be celebrating the festive season with a European Christmas Market – with stalls set up all along Middleton St from 12 noon until the evening. There will also be singing, music groups, an I-Spy treasure hunt for kids, and the switching on of the Christmas lights at 5.30pm.
The Royal Welsh Winter Fair is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2014. This two-day event running from November 30-December 1, has become a firm fixture in the agricultural calendar, drawing in stockmen and women from all over the UK to compete. Away from the judging arena, a host of Welsh food producers will be showcasing their wares, and there will also be cookery demonstrations and a food hall, as well as Silver Jubilee themed celebrations and competitions.
Entry is free both days after 4pm, and there will be fabulous free firework display at 7pm on Monday evening.