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Wednesday, 29. March 2017
Forthcoming Event in the Village Hall

Forthcoming Event in the Village Hall

Tom Pert of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales will be revealing the wealth of historical maps held by the RC, and how these are used by the staff to record, utilise and present the past. Join us at 7.30pm in the Girls' Parlour in the Village Hall, Llandinam. £2 on the door includes light refreshments, and there will be a raffle. Doors open at 7.00pm.

The Davies Family Museum

The Davies Family Museum

The Davies Family Museum at Plas Dinam was opened by writer and broadcaster Trevor Fishlock in November 2014. It is available to view by appointment. Contact Plas Dinam for further information.

Waste Collection

Waste Collection

Information received from Powys County Council (March 2015) about recycling and collection can be found on our Noticeboard page. NEWS>NOTICEBOARD.

New Look for Girls Parlour

New furnishings in the Girls' Parlour : The new curtains and furnishings are now completed and look stunning.   The work has been done with generous support from the Ashley Family Foundation to...

Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)

The Defibrillator has now been installed at Llandinam Village Hall. The funds for it have been provided by the P & L Trust. There has been one training session in its use, and more are planned, though the device can be used...

The Llandinam Magazine of 1901

The Llandinam Magazine of 1901 has been digitised and can be found on the Llandinam Lives website (via History menu above).

LLANDINAM is a historic village in Powys on the banks of the River Severn

located mid way between Newtown and Llanidloes on the main A470 Trunk Road, there are regular bus services connecting Llandinam with Shrewsbury, a National Express service direct to and from London.

Nearest railway station is Caersws 3 miles away linking Aberystwyth, the North Wales coast, Shrewsbury and Birmingham with direct services operated by Arriva Trains Wales.

It is a village rich in history with a lively community and a varied programme of events and activities more.