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BWCAS (Builth Wells Community ArtS)
BWCAS (Builth Wells Community ArtS)
Contact: Avril York
Address: c/o Builth & District Matters Ltd, Strand Hall,
Builth Wells
LD2 3AA 
Telephone: 01982 551080 
Fax:  
Website:  
Email: email avrily@powys.gov.uk 
Information: * Run entirely by volunteers, BWCAS is always keen to welcome new members of any age and ability, and to support their needs.
* The 1999-2002 Builth Wells and District Community Play "A Little Below Heaven/Ychydig Islaw¡¦r Nefoedd" was aUNIQUE EXTRAVAGANZA told through spectacle, song and music, with 7 sell-out performances at Wyeside Arts Centre. The specially commissioned story about Builth and its community through the 20th century was brought to life by a huge all-local cast and back-stage team!
* In response to an overwhelming call for MORE, Builth Wells Community ArtS was set up in the summer of 2002.
* In June 2002, a feisty troupe devised and performed a comic sketch, The Day the Dragon Got Its B***s Back! for the town Carnival
* In October 2002, members of BWCAS set up a striking exhibition of excellent photographs from the Community Play + the Scrap Opera, in process and production, in the Gallery at Wyeside Arts Centre
* In January 2003, the company came together for a spectacular and well-received community production of Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood, including a short local contemporary tribute, Over Builth Bridge, "pithy snippet of turn of the 21st century Builth".
* The company is devising a comic skit for the Carnival in June ¡V please feel free to come and play your part!
* Poetry and folk evenings are proving popular. Check the What's On section of the Builth Web Sitefor detail.
* Professional community-minded artists run workshops in acting, dance, music, voice production, singing, writing, costume, lighting design, etc.
* So why not come and learn some new skills while having fun, making new friends and stretching those personal limits!
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Organisations

Active Otters
After-School Club at Llanellwedd School

British Red Cross
Retail shop staffed by volunteers.

Builth Wells & District Chamber of Trade
Supporting & working with businesses in the area.

Builth Wells & District Heritage Society
The Society aims to promote a lively interest in the heritage of the town and its surrounding parishes.

Builth Wells and District Gardening Club
Meetings held monthly.New members of all ages are always welcome.

Builth Wells Community Support
Builth Wells Community Support exists to meet the needs of the local community.

Builth Wells Football Club
Organise football in the local community.

Builth Wells Library
Lending library for books, audio tapes and video films.Public internet access and WiFi capabilityCommunity services access point

Builth Wells Male Choir
Male voice choir who practice weekly on Monday evenings at the Greyhound Hotel at 8pm. New choristers and visitors always welcome.

Builth Wells Photographic Club
Builth Wells Photographic Club welcomes new members whatever their level of experience and interest in photography.

Builth Wells Social Stroke Club
Meetings with entertainment for stroke victims and carers. Outings include lunch or afternoon tea.

Builth Wells Town Council
Meet at Council Chamber, Strand Hall, every 3rd week on a TuesdayA body who work at grass root level for the benefit of the local community.

Builth Wells Young Farmers Club
Builth Wells YFC is a part of the largest rural youth organisation and comprises approximately 30 members aged between 10 and 26 years.

Gwenddwr Carnival, Show and Sports
Gwenddwr Carnival Show and Sports take place on the last Saturday in July every year - a 'don't miss this' event with fun for all the family. Huge welcome for visitors and locals!

Llanafan Fawr Show & Dog Trials
Llanafan Fawr Show is held on the third Saturday in September each year, situated behind the world famous Red Lion Pub midway between Beulah and Newbridge-On-Wye on the B4358.

Llanafan Fawr W.I
Llanafan Fawr W.I. Consists of 22 members, ranging in ages from 40 - 80 years and with most members involved in farming.

Llanelwedd Primary School Choir
The Choir meets at Llanelwedd School on a Friday at 3.30 - 4.20pm during term time.

Powys Rural Outreach Project (Prop)
Powys Rural Outreach Project can provide practical and emotional support to individuals and families. The service is free and confidential.

Riverside Community Centre
Riverside Community Centre is situated at the edge of the town and overlooks the River Wye.

Rotary Club
Rotary is an international organisation of fellowship.

Royal Naval Association
The Royal Naval Association was established to preserve the Royal Navy's Traditions.

Senior Citizens
Senior Citizens organise a range of activities for their members - talks, outings, bingo and other social events.

St Mary’ s Tower Bellringers
We desperately need new Bellringers!

The Friends of the Wyeside Arts Centre
The Friends organisation is made up of people who love and value our unique Arts Centre.

Wales Young Farmer's Club
ural Youth Organisation with 6,000 members throughout Wales aged between 10 - 26 years.

Wyeside Writers Workshop
Do you want to write autobiography, fiction, poetry or any form of writing for any reason at all?