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Sheep festival celebrates town's historic drover roots

Video courtesy of Llandovery Sheep Festival where you can find all information about the Festival including programme and activities!

From circus workshops to clog dancing, local bands to live theatre - Llandovery Sheep Festival offers a fun-packed agenda of performers and entertainment to suit all tastes.

The festival, which takes place on 16 and 17 September in Llandovery town centre, will have an abundance of rural crafts and entertainment. The weekend-long event will also celebrate old drovers’ trails, sheep farming and the wool industry.

From 10am until 10pm there is a full programme of entertainment in Llandovery’s Market Square and in the main car park. All ages are invited to watch the performers and take part in the workshops.

Aaron Perry, from Llandovery, joined the Llandovery Sheep Festival organising group last year and is responsible for organising the live bands performing at the event. With deep roots in Llandovery it has been a lifelong dream of Aaron’s to contribute to this event which is dedicated to boosting the market town’s vibrancy.

A passionate guitarist and lead vocalist, Aaron fronts a band called the Treasure Hunters. A local band that specialise in playing blues and rock music. By day, he is a sound engineer for events across Wales.

Aaron said, “As a newly formed team of organisers we hope this year’s Llandovery Sheep Festival will be a vibrant, community orientated, event. I’ve watched the festival blossom over the years, having both performed and experienced its enchantment. Read full article here.


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