Fantastic community spirit at this year’s St Myllin’s Day. The 7th anniversary of St Myllin’s Day on Saturday 17th June in Llanfyllin was a successful celebration of the town and its people. The day was kicked off with some relaxing music and a range of stalls raising money for charity as well as an announcement by the mayor, Dave Goodman, of the winner of the Llanfyllin Good Citizen Award – Tom Ellis. A free brunch, provided by Something Tasty, kept the community sustained whilst some great tales from storyteller Jake Evans and a parade and performance from Masquerade, arts and crafts with Sami Key and Jane Carrington, tower tours of the church, a range of stalls from NSPCC, Llanfyllin Green Hub, Llanfyllin Civic Society and many more, this was all finished up with some great music from Pete Beresford and Luke Day. One attendee commented “Such a beautiful day – a great opportunity to catch up with people, especially those you don’t get to see that often and just spend time together”. A big-thank-you to all the volunteers who helped on the day to make it such a successful event!
The event was funded by the Big Lottery Fund Celebrate fund and organised by Arts Connection – Cyswllt Celf.