Community focused development trust, Open Newtown is inviting bids to lease, run and maintain a food franchise, at the new riverside development in Newtown.
Residents and visitors can now relax, sit back and enjoy the destination play park, beautiful green spaces and River Severn in Newtown thanks to the installation of a series of picnic benches.
The benches, made from 100% recycled plastic bale wrap, have been provided by Open Newtown, with funding from the National Lottery Community Fund Wales, and installed by Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn Town Council staff.
A high quality restaurant with rooms which is developing its own staff team in a historic Mid Wales market town has reported a busy first month.
Chartists 1770 at The Trewythen, located at the former Trewythen Hotel in Llanidloes, has created 16 full and part-time jobs, including six apprenticeships, as part of a £250,000 investment in the new business.
An independent development trust and social enterprise which delivers sustainable community projects to benefit Newtown has the potential to make the town the circular economy capital of the UK.
That’s the opinion of Montgomeryshire MP Craig Williams who met officers Stuart Owen and Adam Kennerley from Open Newtown to hear about the company’s current and incubating projects.
A building at the heart of the famous Chartist riot in Llanidloes in 1839 is springing back to life as a high quality restaurant with rooms, creating up to 20 jobs in the pretty Mid Wales town.
Chartists 1770 at The Trewythen, located at the former Trewythen Hotel in Great Oak Street, has been named to acknowledge the historical importance of the building - built in around 1770 - and the town in the history of Welsh Chartism.
After months of staying at home to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, millions of people across the UK are longing to escape to the countryside for a holiday or short break.
There’s no better place to relax and immerse oneself in beautiful countryside and spectacular scenery than Mid Wales, the rural heartland of Wales which offers something for everyone.
The managers of a five star caravan holiday home park on the Shropshire/Powys border are expecting a busy year now that Covid-19 travel and tourism restrictions are being lifted.
Russell Midgley and Nikkole Pedder took over as managers of the picturesque Seven Oaks Holiday Home Park at Coedway, between Shrewsbury and Welshpool, on March 1 last year, shortly before the first Covid-19 lockdown.