We are delighted that you have chosen to visit our web site to seek information about the Builth Wells Town Council.
We are proud of our town it offers many unrivalled attractions: the beautiful, unspoilt countryside ideal for walking, pony trekking and mountain biking; leisure and sporting pursuits, including fishing in the renowned Wye and Irfon Rivers; a golf course and sports centre providing a wide range of facilities. Along the River Wye you can play tennis, use the dog free children's area or walk or cycle along safe footpaths. In the evenings you can take in a live show, a film or a satellite live performance at the Wyeside Arts Centre.
Our town hosts the prestigious Royal Welsh Show that takes place in July and attracts 245,000 people to our town. There are also other interesting events held at The Showground throughout the year - pony and horse events; dog shows; farming events and two antique and collectors fairs.
Mrs Meryl Prynne, Councillor
Former Officers of the Chamber of Trade, with the Council’s support have reestablished the Chamber.
The owners of the building, that housed the Post Office, are in contact with the leaseholders to, hopefully, reopen the Post Office, until a longer solution is found.
Here is a selection of photos taken in Builth Wells during the winter months.
Estyn, the Schools Inspectorate for Wales, have announced that the high school is no longer in special measures.
The official opening of the Strand Hall was held at the beginning of the first performance of the Old Stagers Pantomime in December.
The very first event in the new Strand Hall was the Builthfest Christmas Fayre. There were over 25 different stands open from 10am - 4pm on Saturday the 25th November.
After major refurbishment, the Town Council is delighted to announce that the Strand Hall is open for business.
Builth Wells Town Council works for the residents of Builth Wells.