EYES ON THE NIGHT SKY: MARCH 2019

Welcome to the March edition of Eyes on the Night Sky. Each month, we hope to provide some celestial objects to study with the unaided eye, with binoculars, small telescopes and a challenge for larger telescopes. If you know what to look for, there is a dazzling array of wonders to discover.

Elan Valley awarded prestigious Arts Council funding for Creative Wales Fellowship

The Elan Valley will host a prestigious artistic fellowship opportunity thanks to Arts Council Wales funding and further support from Elan Links partners. The opportunity is one of only three Creative Wales Fellowships supported by Arts Council of Wales and puts Elan Valley on the international creative map.

 

FARMHOUSE TO LET

ABERGWNGU FARMHOUSE, ELAN VALLEY

(mid way between Rhayader and Cwmystwyth)
Unfurnished, detached 3 bedroom property in rural location
Woodburner + oil fired central heating
Private water supply and electricity via a generator
Assured Shorthold Tenancy available

To download the particulars please click here

House to Rent

Marchnant Cottage
3 bedroom, detached rural property
Unfurnished, Rent £550 p.c.m.
For further details click here
 

 

House to Rent

No 2 Glan yr Afon Cottage
3 bedroom, semi-detached property in village location
Unfurnished, Rent £500 p.c.m.
For Further details click here

Artists' Residencies Open for Second Round

Elan Valley Artists' Residencies Programme 2019 – 20

Applications are invited from visual artists for the 2019 - 20 Artists Residency programme in the Elan Valley, mid-Wales.  Three residencies are available - one for July - December 2019 and two for 2020. Through the arts we want to better understand, explore and engage with nature, water and issues around sustainability, as well as the rural/urban dynamic. The Artists’ Residencies aim to achieve this.

Elan Links Exhibition

The Elan Links scheme currently has an exhibition in the visitor centre showcasing the importance of conserving Elan's natural landscape. There is particular focus on the upland areas and the projects planned by the scheme as well as some of the species found in the area.  There is also an interactive section for children and adults alike to have a look up close at features found in the uplands using a microscope or magnifying glass. The exhibition which is free to enter will be running from January to March.