The Groe Park and Irfon Angling Club (GPIAC), located in the Builth Wells, is blessed with a wonderful variety of excellent fishing – both Game and Coarse. Salmon, Trout, Grayling, Chub and Dace are all in abundance; and now the Roach are making a comeback. GPIAC control over two miles of double and single bank fishing on the Wye and a mile of fishing on its tributary, the Irfon. Combined, these rivers offer a range of water types; from deep rocky pools to gravel flats. There is usually good fishing to be found somewhere on the club's water whatever its flow height. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Builth Wells Golf Club is within walking distance and it is one of the most popular courses in Mid Wales, commonly known as "the jewel in the crown" of Mid Wales golf. Visitors are very welcome at the club on weekdays and weekends. There are plenty of interesting and picturesque holes that require good decision making both from the tee and from the fairway.
This exciting centre can be found just half an hour away. There are many different activities on-site; including Rock Climbing, Bouldering, Rope Bridges, a Zip Line, Caving and Abseiling! Outdoors, there is a new tree top junior challenge course with many challenging obstacles for 6 - 12 years olds. Or from 12 years there is the larger multi-level challenge course.
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Also at Llangorse Rides are enjoyed on over 25 miles of private bridleways within their own land and on vast areas of adjacent hillside. Riding along public roads is not necessary, therefore giving a real sense of freedom and feel for the open countryside. Rides are tailored to the experience, age and ability of the rider.
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Unbelievably for a small town the Wyeside is a real gem with a theatre, a cinema and art gallery, as well as a cafe / bar in the foyer.
There are a wide variety of performances / shows / films see their What's On Guide for more information.