Things To Do

Activity Company
Rally School Phil Price Rally School
Restaurant The Waterdine Restaurant
Horse Riding Heart Of Wales Riding Holidays
Quad Trekking Severn Valley Quad Trekking
Flying Lessons Herefordshire Aero Club (Flying Lessons)
Walks Offas Dyke, Bridal Path, Glyndwr Way

Phil Price Rally School

The Phil Price Rally School is one of the leading Rally Schools in the country, approved by the RAC MSA and a founder member of the British Association of Rally Schools. The school was set up in 1989 to give people the opportunity to learn and develop the unique skills of rally driving in a controlled and safe environment. It is unique in the terms of facilities it can offer, giving you the chance to experience the most exciting and exhilarating of all motorsports. The genuine forest surfaces are maintained to such high standards that most of the top works rally teams use them for pre-event testing.

All cars are fully rally prepared and maintained to the highest standards of safety and reliability.

Our team of professional instructors are friendly and enthusiastic ensuring your enjoyment and safety on the day.

Our aim is to give you maximum 'hands on' tuition, so as well as keeping groups small we use two rally stages:

Stage 1
This is designed specifically for learning the rallying techniques quickly and safely, enabling you to build up your skills and confidence in preparation for driving on rally stages.

Stage 2
This special stage is used by most of the top works teams and is both demanding and challenging. You have the thrill of driving the Cosworth with our co-driver navigating you round with pace notes, giving you a 'taster' of the teamwork and skills involved when competing in a rally.

Tel: (01547) 550300 Coed Harbour, Llangunllo, Knighton, Powys

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The Waterdine Restaurant

Opposite is the Waterdine run by master chef Ken Adams & his wife Isabell, offering light meals & full al acante menus at lunch time & again in the evenings

Tel:(01547) 528214 The Waterdine, Llanfairwaterdine, Knighton, Powys

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Heart Of Wales Riding Holidays

Heart Of Wales Riding Holidays - There are over 50 hand picked horses and ponies from Frosty 11.2hh to Marmalade who is 16.3 hands. Facilities include three arenas, one all-weather, a show jumping paddock, a novice cross-country course with 18 fences, an intermediate cross-country course with 20 fences and a minimus course in the orchard. Instruction is given by British Horse Society qualified and experienced staff who will help you to improve your knowledge in stable management, looking after your horse, and in all spheres of riding, including trekking in our unspoilt countryside. All you need to bring for riding are comfortable trousers or jodhpurs, shoes or wellingtons with a small heel(NOT TRAINERS) for riding, a waterproof coat and also a towel and swimwear. Hard hats can be supplied at no extra cost. The Heart of Wales riding school is licensed by the Local Authority and approved by the BRITISH HORSE SOCIETY.

Tel: (01597) 851884. Horse riding school & trecking, pennybont

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Severn Valley Quad Trekking

The trail is about four miles long, and takes in a variety of interesting and different terrains, from rolling hills to wooded streams, with all parties of up to six riders accompanied by an experienced guide.

Places of interest are explained on route, and stops made at vantage points to take in the beautiful valley and hillside views.

We have a range of modern, well maintained bikes to ensure you have a trouble free trek. The bikes are suitable for the whole family, from 6 - 86 years young.

Safety helmets and waterproof clothing are provided.

Tel: (01686) 625560 Severn Valley Quad Trekking, Broniarth, Newtown, Powys

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Herefordshire Aero Club (Flying Lessons)

Discover flying with a trial lesson. You'll learn to fly level, turn, climb, and maybe assist with the take-off and landing... Whether resident in the area or on holiday, you'll find the new perspective breathtaking. It could be the start of a fascinating new hobby or even a career.

> A trial lesson is your first step
> Enjoy the benefits of flying with us
> Courses for Private Pilot's License, aerobatics, instrument and night flying
> Experienced Career Instructors
> Open 7 days a week
> Nostalgic wartime airfield & clubhouse
> A non-profit organisation owned and run by its members

At Shobdon we're rather good at teaching people to fly; we ought to be, we've been doing it since 1962.

We look forward to your call!
Tel:(01568) 708369, Shobdon Airfield, Leominster, HR6 9NR

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Walks (Offas Dyke, Bridal Path, Glyndwr Way)

Crossing the border between England and Wales more than ten times in its 182 miles, the Offa's Dyke Path passes through some of the most attractive landscape that either country has to offer.

Originally conceived on the theme of the famous eighth-century earthwork, the path often follows the line dictated by the ruthless King Offa himself.

This ensures high ground and commanding views into the mountains and valleys of Wales. Where the practical reasons the Dyke cannot be followed, as in the Black Mountains and the Clwydian Hills, the route has been chosen for scenic quality alone. The result is a walk packed with interest, through patchworks or fields, over windswept ridges and across infant rivers flowing down from the Welsh hills to the lush plains of England.

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