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The renovated building now comprises 13 ensuite bedrooms, historic pub, restaurant and function room. Landscaping of the rear garden has created new guest parking and terraced beer garden with attractive views towards Tregaron and Cwm Berwyn.
10am - 3pm, 28 and 29 May 2013
Technocamps is keen to meet as many young people between 11-19 years as possible.
Priority places will be given to those who have not attended a Technocamps workshop, club or Bootcamp before and who live/go to school in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Gwynedd and Pembrokeshire. If you have already attended a Technocamps activity we encourage you to apply and we will contact you as soon as possible to confirm whether there is space for you on the Bootcamp.
You don't need any computer skills for a Bootcamp – we will show you everything you need to know!
And there is a crop of new articles awaiting you – plus a whole new section: The Fringe is the page where all the 'Edge' stuff goes. Some of you will recognise this term from the Permaculture principle which exhorts us to value the marginal. Edges are where the greatest biodiversity occurs and, as in nature, so in ideas and information sharing. Visit The Fringe for a dose of mind expansion from time to time!
Presenter Fiona Bruce says, "This will be my sixth year on the Antiques Roadshow and I still feel so lucky to be presenting the programme. Every week is different, a new location and thousands of new visitors. The only constant is the pleasure of the unexpected; we never know what will turn up, from the most fabulous Fabergé to the most humble object with a riveting story."
Some of Britain's leading antiques and fine arts specialists will be on hand to offer free advice and valuations to visitors, who are invited to raid their attics and bring along their family heirlooms, household treasures and car boot bargains for inspection by the experts.
This year there will be a historical re-enactment with redcoats in addition to the popular games, competitions and stalls, including the cakes stall, bottle stall, odds and bobs stall and stocks.
Blaendyffryn Hall, Horeb, Ceredigion, SA44 4JA
The speaker at the final Science Cafe of the spring season is Michael Pawlyn, Director of Exploration Architecture Ltd.
Michael was part of the core team of architects that designed the Eden Project and is the author of a recently published book titled 'Biomimicry in Architecture'. In a talk entitled 'Biomimicry and the ecological age' he will describe how this rapidly emerging source of sustainable innovation can help address some of the key challenges facing humanity: achieving radical increases in resource efficiency, shifting from a fossil fuel economy to a solar economy and transforming from a linear, wasteful and polluting way of using resources to a completely closed loop model in which all resources are stewarded in cycles and nothing is lost as waste. Join Michael at Aberystwyth Science Cafe at 7:30pm on 27th May in the Theatre Bar of the Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
Five farmers have volunteered to open their gates to the general public. The first tour takes place on Monday 27th May at Llwynberried farm, Llanigon, where John Price will show visitors around his beef enterprise.
The second tour on Tuesday 28th May will be an opportunity to walk around Trevithel Court, the farm of David and Catherine James, which produces cider apples and honey.
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