Published: 31 October 2016
On the planetary side, Venus is by far the brightest object in the low south western skies, visible for some 11-12 hours after sunset, although suffering somewhat from the twilight glow.
Published: 20 October 2016
Come and tell us what makes Elan so special and find out more about the Elan Links Project
Published: 14 October 2016
The above structure will be closed to the public for the period Monday 24th to Friday 28th October, 2016 for urgent repairs.
We are sorry for any inconvenience
Alternative route by vehicle to the Elan Village is via Dolfallen bridge crossing the river Elan further down the road OR
via foot there are two alternative footbridges, one directly below Caban Coch Dam and the other footbridge at the end of the Elan Village opposite the Glan yr Afon Cottages.
Published: 13 October 2016
PENBONT HOUSE TEAROOM and B&B IS NOW CLOSED FOR BUSINESS
Sandra would like to thank all her customers and friends for their loyal support and custom over the past 4 years.
The Elan Valley Trust wish Sandra and her family all the best for the future.
The Elan Valley Trust will be carrying out refurbishment works and plan to re-open in 2017.
Updates will be put on the "NEWS PAGE" of the Website to keep customers updated of future plans.
Published: 3 October 2016
The chart shows the sky at mid month around 21.00 BST.
Planetary wise, Venus is struggling to pull away from the solar glare in the evening twilight, still just a couple of degrees above the western horizon at sunset. We’ve lost Saturn from view by the time of the sky chart while Mars is only just hanging on, low in the south-west skies. As with last month, Uranus and Neptune are only visible with tripod mounted binoculars or telescopic aid.