Brecon Chamber of Trade & Tourism

The Brecon Chamber of Trade & Tourism has been established for over 30 years and is
the voice of business owners and retailers
in Brecon (Aberhonddu)

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Well done all involved ..   amazing work and really appreciated by all..  looking great

….just in time for Christmas we are seeing the first of the outputs from the project that has been keeping us busy this autum! Welcome banners for Brecon using artwork by local young people via a project called ‘Brecon in Bits - Inspired by the streets’. With new maps, walk waymarking and more to come in the new year. Thank you to The Buzz team, Ruth Lloyd, Ruth Gibbs, Nigel Kilgallon, Steve of Greener Graphics, Julie of Powys CC, Brecon Town Council and Theatr Brycheiniog. All made possible through Brilliant Basics funding via Powys & Welsh Government… and a lot of hard work!

Free Parking

Free Parking on Saturdays at the Bus Station car park, Brecon, until Saturday 25th March, courtesy of Brecon Town Council

Four new shops open theirs doors..

Great news for Brecon as four new shops open up - Brecon Chamber of Trade welcome:

Hidden Jem Hair & Beauty by Jessie and Jaz in the Market Arcade.

My Valley - The Eco Friendly Shop in High Street - Call in and see Wayne & Simon.

Arts & Crafts Gallery by Simon Royer on the corner of High Street /Lion Street.

Beacons Wholefoods opens their new shop on the corner of The Struet/High Street Superior.

A big thank you to the Mayor David Meredith, along with Andrew Powell Chair of the Chamber of Trade for attending the official opening of each store today.

Welcome to Brecon

Another new shop opened it’s doors today.. welcome to Brecon.

Mix of Antiques, Vintage and Home interiors located at the bottom of Ship Street.

Small Business Saturday 2022

When it is and what is on.

The annual UK-wide Small Business Saturday is taking place on Saturday 3 December.

The national event is about supporting Brecon's small businesses who are a vibrant and key part of our town.

It's been another tough year for traders and our small independent businesses have shown remarkable resilience, innovation and adaptation.

Show your support for all their hard work by shopping locally this winter and taking part in the Small Business Saturday events.

Find out more on the Small Business Saturday website -

Small Business Saturday: what's on

Here's how you can show your support.

Shop local

The Where's it to? campaign is an invitation to explore the town's high streets and to get to know the traders behind some of Brecon's much-loved businesses.

The Future of our Towns

The consultation for Transforming Towns Scheme in Brecon has been extended and as part of this Amey Consulting are hosting a second session on the 2nd November at the ‘Y Gaer’.

The session will be held between 15:30pm-18:30pm

Transforming Towns

Consultation event at y Gaer this Wednesday

This public event is being treated as a drop-in event. This will enable us to provide individuals with adequate time and consideration to listen and record comments.

Below are press release links which contain short introduction videos and presentations for both Crickhowell and Brecon.

At the bottom of the web page is a response form, we would be most grateful if you could complete this response form as this is the tool for your comments and thought to influence and feed directly into the next design stage.

If you want to provide bespoke comments, then please email the following address -

Further Information:

King Charles III and Queen Camilla  historic visit to Brecon…

Greeted by local children from Priory Church in Wales, Their Majesties visited Brecon Cathedral and met members of the community who are involved in the life of Cathedral, including Friends of Brecon Cathedral, which His Majesty was Patron of as Prince of Wales.

Brecknockshire Agricultural Society which His Majesty was Patron of as Prince of Wales had the pleasure of welcoming Their Majesties King to sample Brecon County Show Taster Day which took place on King George V Playing Field (next to Theatr Brycheiniog).

The show committee put on a small selection of livestock, sheep shearing by the Welsh Sheep Shearing Team, exhibitors, trade stands, tractors, machinery and the Aberhonddu Male Voice Choir song delightfully as Their Majesties walked around..

Afterwards Their Majesties departed for Theatr Brycheiniog to meet members of the community and celebrate local volunteers and public sector.

The Taster Day opened to the public afterwards.