Recommended Links

click to visit the Minerva Arts Centre & The Quilt Association websiteMinerva Arts Centre / The Quilt AssociationWhere our Festival is held. Home of the Quilt Assocation in Llanidloes, a small market town in mid-Wales.
click to visit the Llanidloes websiteLlanidloesA beautiful small market town in mid-Wales where we hold our festival. Has a good range of independent shops and plenty of accommodation locally.
click to visit the Travelmag websiteTravelmagThe Best Festivals & Fairs in Wales this Spring - including the Wool & Willow Festival!
Montgomery Guild of Weavers logoMontgomeryshire Guild of Weavers, Spinners and DyersThe Montgomeryshire Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers was our guest Guild in 2012.
Glasu logoGlasuA rural development initiative providing assistance and support to businesses, individuals and community groups in Powys.
Wonderwool Wales logoWonderwool WalesA Festival of Welsh Wool & Natural Fibres, at the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells. 28-29 April 2012.
European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development logoEuropean Agricultural Fund for Rural DevelopmentThe reforms of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) of June 2003 and April 2004 focused on rural development by introducing a financial instrument and a single programme: the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD).
Welsh Government logoWelsh GovernmentThe Welsh Government is the devolved government of Wales.
Powys Regeneration Partnership logoPowys Regeneration PartnershipThe PRP was set up in 2000 to oversee the development, management and implementation of the current Objective 2 and Objective 3 programmes in Powys, and is the only partnership covering Powys alone that has an overriding economic and regeneration focus.