Gwyl Glyn Cothi Festival

On the day

By way of promoting local arts, crafts, food and music, we hope your visit will be interesting and rewarding. The Craft Hall has a wide variety of stalls  and will also have a Food Tent and a Demonstration / Music Tent. The festival has lined up some demonstrations and variety of musician to keep you entertained.

One of the highlights is the chance to take a small trip around to see some of the local artists in their own studios.

Over the weekend, Bryn Stores, our local community run shop will be open and has a Free-to-use cash machine and some wonderful local and Welsh produce.

This is our first year and we hope that next year we will have even more stalls and events and can welcome you back again.

How to find us : Brechfa Church Hall and Victoria Park, Brechfa, SA32 7RA

Food & Refreshments

If you are making it a day out, we have you covered in terms of food and refreshments. 

The Brechfa Village Trust will be offering a catering facility with lots of nice things to eat and drink.

Our local pub, the Forest Arms will be open for lunch with their delicious lunch menu (See website)

Tŷ Mawr, will be offering “Afternoon Teas” from 12 -2pm on both days. These are priced at £14 pp for soft drinks /tea /coffee or £18pp  for Rose or White Prosecco Afternoon Teas.
These will include a selection of Sandwiches, something savoury along with Scones, Clotted Cream, Jam, Cakes and a selection of mini Desserts, Cheesecakes and Macaroons.
Please call them on 01267 202332 to pre book your place as they have a limited number of tables inside and out so booking is essential.

Also, Victoria Park is open and you can enjoy you own picnic lunch. 

COVID

The Festival organisers are providing a sanitisation point at the entrance to the Hall and in line with current regulations we will be expecting visitors to wear masks (unless you have a valid exemption). 

There will be a ‘one way’ system and numbers in the Craft and Food Hall will be carefully controlled. 

Stall Holders are providing sanitizer on their stalls and they are required to wear masks in line with Government Guidelines, which are subject to change but remain at the Festival organiser’s discretion.

Musician and Demonstration Times

*This timetable is subject to change by the festival organisers
Saturday
10:30 am
to 11.00 am
Karl Taylor - Musician
11:15 am
to 11.45 am
Charlotte Slade - Talk on Bee keeping & Honey
12:00 pm
to 12.30 pm
Francesca - Musician
12:45 pm
to 1.15 pm
Mick Skevington - Musician
1:30 pm
to 2.00 pm
Mick Skevington - Musician
2:15 pm
to 2.45 pm
Ffion - Harpist
3:30 pm
to 3.30 pm
Charlotte Slade - Talk on Bee keeping & Honey
3:45 pm
to 4.15 pm
Francesca - Musician
Sunday
10:30 am
to 11.00 am
Karl Taylor - Musician
11:15 am
to 11.45 am
Alex - Welsh cooking demonstration
12:00 pm
to 12.30 pm
Sweet Harmony - Choir
1:30 pm
to 2.00 pm
Mick Skevington - Musician
2:15 pm
to 2.45 pm
Charlotte Slade - Talk on Bee keeping & Honey
3:00 pm
to 3.30 pm
Francesca - Musician
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