At the southern end of the beautiful Llanthony Valley in the Black Mountains stands Llwyn Celyn. It was built in 1420 on the lands of the Llanthony Priory and is very rare survival. Llwyn Celyn is rich in medieval features and has barely changed since around 1690. It has been carefully conserved and restored by the Landmark Trust.
Join us to celebrate the opening of this exceptionally important house. Entry is free.
On the evening of the 5th & 6th October we will be presenting Cynefin – of this place, a collection of artists work in response to the restoration of the site, including poetry, music and visual art. Tickets are free, but must be booked via Eventbrite here.
On Sunday 7th October at 12 noon, artist Toril Brancher will discuss her new photographic work Continuum.
Please note - vehicular access on site is for the less able only. Other visitors should follow the parking instructions on arrival. Sorry, no dogs allowed on site.