Look no further for things to do with a chilling twist this autumn. MWT Cymru (Mid Wales Tourism) has collated the following round-up of spooky events in Mid Wales in the lead up to Halloween and during the half term school break. For more inspiration go to www.visitmidwales.co.uk
Some of the best young string players in the UK will be joining Sinfonia Cymru to perform at Gregynog Hall at Tregynon, near Newtown on Saturday, October 7 at 11.30am.
The concert is a must for live classical music fans and a great opportunity for those that wish to explore it for the first time. Sinfonia Cymru brings the best musicians under the age of 30 years to Welsh communities.
Get ready for a spectacularly spooky October half term at Gregynog Hall as the famous Mid Wales country estate’s wild woods are transformed into a Haunted Hallowe’en Trail.
Hallowe’en Trail sheets will cost £6 - including a special Hallowe’en themed drink and treat - and will be on sale at Gregynog’s Courtyard Café which will be open from Saturday, October 28 to Sunday, November 5 between 10am and 4pm, as well as a café menu of Hallowe’en specials.
One of Wales’ premier country estates is preparing to welcome visitors to its first Forest Fairy Trail on August Bank Holiday Weekend.
Gregynog Hall’s 750 acres of grounds at Tregynon, near Newtown are filled with undiscovered treasures and the fairy trail is an ideal way to explore the woodland walks around the Grade 1 listed gardens and historic landscape.
Gregynog Hall in Tregynon, near Newtown, is marking an exciting three-year collaboration with Sinfonia Cymru by hosting two concerts for string quartet.
One of Wales’ iconic and historic country houses is holding two open days on the first weekend of December.
An insightful and moving tribute to musicians of the silent era is promised when notable musician, dramatist, TV presenter and composer Neil Brand pays a visit to Mid Wales on Saturday, November 6.