Over 70 exhibitors and hundreds of visitors travelled to Bryngwyn Hall and Estate for their 2024 summer fayre.

The country house, gardens and estate near Llanfyllin hosted another instalment of its annual summer fayre over Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2.

Bryngwyn Halll’s Lady Linlithgow said of the 2024 fayre: “It was totally and utterly stunning. We had brilliant products from over 70 stalls, wonderful sunshine and happy people.

“There were delicious home made cakes for visitors to enjoy, as well as a diverse selection of rare foods. It’s safe to say everyone was well fed.

“We were very pleased with the turnout and received lots of complimentary feedback. I think overall the fayre was better than we ever hoped it would be, even after all the hard work of organising it.




“We’re already planning for next year, as we want it to go from strength to strength each year, and we believe that’s exactly what we achieved for 2024.”

The fayre saw several stalls set up in the garden, exhibiting the best regional food and drink, as well as an array of arts and crafts.

The event also included entertainment for children, fun dog show, fishing demonstration and casting lessons.

The fayre was also one of the rare occasions in which the Grade II listed gardens are open to the public, as head gardener Ruth took guests on multiple garden tours over the weekend.

Montgomeryshire politician Craig Williams at Bryngwyn Hall for the 2024 summer fayre.

Craig Williams, who is currently campaigning for re-election in the Montgomeryshire and Glyndwr constituency ahead of the General Election, was also at the event.

He said: “Beautiful day at Bryngwyn Summer Fayre 2024 . Huge amount of the county on show, lots of money raised for great local charities. Alongside a v competitive dog show!

“Huge congrats to everyone that made the fayre possible.”