This category is for sites pertaining to and emanating from Powys.
Please submit to the best possible category that fits your site. The title should be that of your organisation. The description should say what your website offers in a clear and concise statement without any hype or promotional language.
Builth Wells is a small rural market town in the heart of the Welsh countryside. Surrounded by beautiful scenery and with a population of only 2000 its keeps its small town heritage.
Please submit only sites that have a relevance to Builth Wells or its immediate vicinity.
This category caters for sites in an area in the east of Powys, surrounded by Shropshire. The major village is Churchstoke, but this catgeory includes the hamlets of Old Church Stoke and Hyssington to the east, in the foot of Lynley Hill, rising to the Long Mynd and the Malvern Hills. Besides the A489, the locality includes the B4385, connecting Bishop's Castle with Montgomery. The locality of Chirbury in Shropshire separates this locality from Montgomery. The locality includes Offa's Dyke, and the rural area west, to the village of Sarn, which is the next locality before Newtown.
Please only submit sites to this category if they have specific relevance to the part of Powys, Wales between Montgomery and Bishop''s Castle, where Churchstoke is the largest village.
Village north east of Brecon.
Please submit to the best possible category that fits your site. The title should be that of your organisation. The descriptions should say what your website offers in a clear and concise statement without any hype or promotional language.
Village on the River Irfon once famed for its barium spa.
Village on the A470 25 miles east of Aberystwyth.
Village 5 miles south west of Oswestry.
Village about 9 miles west of Brecon.
Sites representing organizations with relevance to the Powys region of Wales.From your local Chess Club and Scout group to the Welsh Language Society and Community Development Forum, all are welcome here.
Most websites are listed in their localities.
Only those covering several localities or for which the locality category doesn''t yet exist are listed here.