2017, The Year Fforest Fields Legends are made!

We’ve come a very long way since we started the campsite to supplement our farming income. We little thought when we opened our gates that first year that we would reach such heady heights as we have done in the last 18 months. Throughout all these changes we have kept the ethos that says ‘Fforest Fields’ to you. We have only ever grown organically, through necessity or demand and that applies to our latest venture into ‘Glamping”.

We wish you a merry Christmas & a happy new year!

What a wonderful year we have had at Fforest Fields! You made us one of your Top 100 sites in the country. We won accolades from Camping Magazine, for being family friendly and dog friendly we’ve retained our Gold Bellamy Award but we also became one of their Bee Friendly Sites. And of course, the icing on the cake was the AA Campsite of the Year Award for Wales.

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18 years of Bellamy Gold Awards and now a Honey Bee Friendly Site

When Professor David Bellamy lent his name to a scheme to encourage campsites to become havens for wildlife, we knew it was for us.

We won our first Gold Award eighteen years ago and twice in that time have won the coveted Special Distinction Award, for creating the lakes and then the service block.

The Winter Fair at Llanelwedd

Christmas shopping? Mid Wales? Really?! I bet you never thought that some of the best artisan Welsh presents and foods are all brought conveniently ‘under one roof’ for you at the Winter Fair in Builth at the end of November!

Five Magic Moments near Fforest Fields this autumn

This is our favourite time of year in this wonderful part of the world. The pace of life softens to a quiet amble and the full mellowness of autumn settles on the countryside. These are some of our personal picks of places we like to go to on a day out:

Autumn and Winter Motor Homing in Mid Wales

There is something very special and almost untouched about the rolling hills of Mid Wales as winter approaches and the nights draw in. The traditional farming community that has gently adapted to the benefits of tourism and the area now welcomes hundreds of visitors a year, but retains its charm as a functioning rural community.

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The Fforest Fields Art Competition

We’ve started to get some wonderful entries to our art competition and wanted to let everyone who has stayed at Fforest Fields know that you can enter too!

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Red Kites at Gigrin Farm, Rhayader

We have always made sure that the campsite doesn't intrude on the local wildlife, we are very lucky to live side by side with the wonderful British wildlife, from newts and frogs, to inquisitive hedgehogs, to larger mammals such as foxes and badgers and, of course, birdlife.  

The Fforest Fields Cafe

Sound the trumpets! We are really excited to be able to let you all know that we are currently working on creating a little Café on site that will be open for you to enjoy from the end of May this year.  

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Round 3 - British MTB Championship at Fforest Fields

We are absolutely thrilled to be hosting one round of the 2015 British Cycling MTB Cross County Series at Fforest Fields this year.  The competition will run across the weekend of the 16th-17th of May and some of the very top cross country cyclists will decend on Fforest Fields to tackle the wooded terrain.  

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Beautiful Gardens in Powys

Pontsioni HouseThe National Gardens Scheme is a charity that has donated over £45 million to nominated beneficiaries including Macmillan Cancer Support, Carers Trust, Marie Curie Cancer Care and many others. It was founded in 1927 and originally the public were charged just a 'shilling a head' and they raised a staggering £8,000 in the first year alone.  
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