Kinsley Wood and Stowe Hill above Knighton, Powys
Knighton and Kinsley Wood from Garth Hill
A Walk on Offa’s Dyke, South of Knighton. Black Mixen (650m) on Radnor Forest from Hengwm Hill near Knighton, Powys
The Welsh Border Town Crier’s Competition takes place in Knighton on a Saturday in August. Criers from all over England and Wales gather for a procession through the town, led by Knighton Silver Band. The open air competion takes place behind the Norton Hotel. The Knighton Horticultural, Floral and Handicrafts Show takes place on Saturday […]
Knighton Silver Band, Knighton Town Crier, Mr Derek Price leading the Remembrance Parade for the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain
My garden, with a Wellingtonia and Kinsley Wood in the background
For a town with only 1450 inhabitants Knighton has an impressive range of sporting facilities and clubs. The cricket club (founded C1855), bowling club (1850’s), football club founded (1884), Teme Valley Hunt (1892), golf club (1913), rugby club (1976). Sharing a site with the primary school and available for public use is a small swimming […]
Mr Roger Bright, professional photographer, Town Councillor and several times Mayor of Knighton has a fine collection of old photographs of Knighton.