Come join us for our second annual Convivium Festival for good food, good music, and good fun all in support of helping Brecon become a more sustainable and caring community that values its distinct local heritage & culture.
The festival this year will be over two days and will include public talks, local walks, a traditional Welsh Twmpath, live music, opportunities to learn about foraging, and the return of our popular Carolina barbecue.
Local bands will provide music during the barbecue and the Heritage Centre will be open for kids activities.There will also be chance to join guided tours of the medieval Cathedral, described in the Pevsner Architectural Guide for Powys as ‘pre-eminently the most splendid and dignified Church in Mid-Wales.’ Tours will include the tower with breathtaking views across Brecon to the Beacons.
Charities and other organisations will be on hand to share information about sustainability, conservation, and supporting local communities and their heritage.
The only charge for the day will be for food and drinks. Donations will be gratefully received to support local charities and critical repairs to the fabric of the Cathedral.
Mark introduces Cadair Idris and his overnight climb where he encountered the paradoxes of eternity and time, silence and words, and the wonderful and the commonplace. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-clavier/message
Mark explores his own Anglican Catholicism and how it’s rooted in a conviction that heaven and earth, God and creation, must be held together. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-clavier/message