Llandrindod Wells Victorian Festival
23rd - 29th August 2022
We are sad to report that Peter Henderson a long time participant and friend of the festival passed away on 29th December 2021.
Peter was a marvellous engineer and made a penny farthing which he brought and rode to the festival.
The funeral service for Peter will be held on Friday 28th January at 9.15am at the Sutton Coldfield Crematorium, Tamworth Rd B75 6LG.
The funeral service will be live streamed at
The pin number to access the webcast is pin number/424-8180
The beautiful spa town of Llandrindod Wells in Mid-Wales has been a popular destination for many years not least during the Victorian era. Whether you live locally or are just visiting we warmly invite you to attend our Victorian Festival. You are welcome to dress as a Victorian - as simply or elaborately as you choose - to participate in the events that will be listed in our brochure, or to sit back and enjoy the spectacle as the town is transported back to yesteryear.
Recent years have seen a welcome increase in visitors holidaying in the area, and Llandrindod Wells boasts a variety of accommodation to suit all tastes and pockets, including large, well-appointed hotels, licensed guest houses, bed and breakfast, farmhouse accommodation, caravanning and camping facilities.
Planning has already started for 2022 and we are glad to announce that Alison Neil will be back performing her new one woman play 'Shining Bright' the story of Marie Curie.
Gerald Dickens, the great, great grandson of the great man himself will also be back in town.
The Festival will last for eight days, commencing with a getting to know you Soiree on the Monday night and climaxing with the torchlight procession and firework display on Sunday night.
But that is not all - following this years success we will be having a 'Community Day on the bank holiday Monday.