Heritage and Arts Centre Shop

We have some lovely items for sale here is our shop, so next time you are visiting the centre, please stop and have a look. All the items we sell are made/produced in Wales, and make wonderful treats for the family or gifts for special friends.


We have some beautifully produced slate items including clocks, coasters and plaques at varying prices, plus some lovely china mugs with various different patterns.


We have a selection of lovely soaps, all perfumed with pure essential oils.


A big seller are the  products from Farmers Lavender, which is at Maes Mynis, Builth Wells, so just up the road really. We have hand and foot creams, body wash, salt bath soak, lip balm and lavender chocolate, mmmmm truly indulgent.


A selection of hand made book marks at various prices, and well done to the ladies who keep us supplied.


Also a selection of hand knitted soft toys, again, thank you to our wonderful volunteers who make these to help us raise money towards the running costs of the centre.


We have hand made preserves and local honey all at reasonable prices and very, very tasty.


Nomnom chocolate is very popular and quite delicious. It comes with various fillings, all are really tasty and non of the dreaded palm oil.


We have some lovely postcards, all at 80p each showing pictures of our lovely area, plus some really nice blank greetings cards for you to choose from.


We have some books on sale, Above Brecknock is a really lovely book with some stunning photographs in at £15. We have Memories of Childhood, a bilingual book written by the children at Ysgol Dolafon. This is available for a small donation. We have two books on the memories of the Bromsgrove School Boys who were evacuated to Llanwrtyd during WW11, and the pupils of the Czech Free School based at the Abernant Lake Hotel here in town. These two very interesting books have been compiled and printed here at the heritage centre, and are priced at £5 each.


The latest addition to our 'books' collection is on World War One to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its end. We have a small exhibition to commemorate the Great War, and as part of this exhibition we have a book which has been researched and compiled by Pat Dryden, focusing on the local young men who went to fight. this in turn has been reprinted as a book for sale at £9.50 per copy. This is well worth looking at beginning with the history of how the war began, and with accounts of the terrible conditions and suffering these men and women had to overcome.