Welcome

Welcome to the Bleddfa Centre in the Radnorshire Hills. We are run by the Bleddfa Trust, a charitable organisation set up in 1974 to provide, in the words of theatre director, writer and founder, James Roose-Evans, “a Centre for those exploring the relationship between creativity and spirituality and how the two can lead to a richer and fuller life for each of us, enabling people to find something to nourish and replenish the spirits”.

We are usually open to the public on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays when there is tea, coffee, cake and soup and more in the relaxing space of the Reading Room cafe between 11:00 and 4:30. Check our calendar to be sure.

We run a range of events for which booking is essential. Click here for what’s coming up.

We will be closed to the general public from 1stto 15th July for the Shambhala Retreat.

James Roose-Evans

“A Centre for those exploring the relationship between creativity and spirituality and how the two can lead to a richer and fuller life for each of us, enabling people to find something to nourish and replenish the spirit.”

James Roose-Evans Founder, Theatre Director and Writer February 8, 2017

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