Llwyn Celyn

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Llwyn Celyn is a Grade 1 listed building of the late 15th century, now in peril. It is regarded by Cadw as one of the finest medieval houses in Wales. Thanks to generous support from individuals and organisations such as the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Country Houses Foundation, work is now underway to restore and reinterpret this important piece of Welsh history. See our progress here.

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Artist Jamie Lake with photographer Will Carter and poet Fiona Hamilton presented their work at Llwyn Celyn in April. Jamie’s beautiful light installations revealed the cracks and fissures in the historic buildings. House Foundation, Medieval Houses, Listed Building, Light Installation, 15th Century, Beautiful Lights, Poet, Hamilton, Restoration

Instagram post by Landmark Trust • Apr 24, 2016 at 12:14pm UTC

142 Likes, 2 Comments - Landmark Trust (@landmarktrust) on Instagram: “Artist Jamie Lake with photographer Will Carter and poet Fiona Hamilton presented their work at…”

April 2016 - Sacffolders tools - protective plates made from wood and carpet. House Foundation, Medieval Houses, Brecon Beacons, Listed Building, Wales, Restoration, Carpet, Tools, Park

April 2016 - Sacffolders tools - protective plates made from wood and carpet.

April 2016 - Spring at Llwyn Celyn. A dash of colour and the happy buzzing of bees. House Foundation, Medieval Houses, Brecon Beacons, Listed Building, Bees, Restoration, National Parks, Colour, Spring

April 2016 - Spring at Llwyn Celyn. A dash of colour and the happy buzzing of bees.

April 2016 - Knot Bailing twine and the farmers knot. Used to fix all manner of problems at Llwyn Celyn. House Foundation, Medieval Houses, Brecon Beacons, Listed Building, Farmers, Twine, Wales, Knot, National Parks

April 2016 - Knot 01. Bailing twine and the farmers knot. Used to fix all manner of problems at Llwyn Celyn.

Jan 2016 - There is little cheer in the derelict building on a cold winters day. The glow from a single light bulb in the stairwell has an almost magical effect. Derelict Buildings, House Foundation, Medieval Houses, Brecon Beacons, Listed Building, Manor Houses, 15th Century, Wales, Light Bulb

Jan 2016 - There is little cheer in the derelict building on a cold winters day. The glow from a single light bulb in the stairwell has an almost magical effect.

It's our second year of hedge planting at Llwyn Celyn - read all about it here: House Foundation, Medieval Houses, Listed Building, Hedges, Planting, History, Art, Plants, Kunst

It's our second year of hedge planting at Llwyn Celyn - read all about it here: ow.ly/YE4zC

  Moving Clouds, House Foundation, Medieval Houses, Listed Building, Windy Day, Sketches, Artist, Drawings, Artists

Llwyn Celyn Visit 11.11.15

From the south looking up to the farmhouse and cowshed to the left. Ferocious wind causes the torn and taut plastic sheeting to whip and writhe, almost breaking free, making an eerie drumming echo as it smashes against the scaffolding. Corrugated iron rooftops are lifted and then crash down . Fast-moving clouds sometimes stretch thin…

  Moving Clouds, House Foundation, Medieval Houses, Listed Building, Restoration, Buildings, Sketches, Artist, Refurbishment

Llwyn Celyn Visit 11.11.15

From the south looking up to the farmhouse and cowshed to the left. Ferocious wind causes the torn and taut plastic sheeting to whip and writhe, almost breaking free, making an eerie drumming echo as it smashes against the scaffolding. Corrugated iron rooftops are lifted and then crash down . Fast-moving clouds sometimes stretch thin…

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