Book-ish is Crickhowell’s independent book shop, located at the heart of the High Street. Book-ish offers an ecclectic mix of stock with book curated by owner Emma Corfield-Walters sitting alongside staionery, cards, gifts and educational toys.
Book-ish are the festival organisers alongside the Dragon Inn and official bookseller for the festival.
The family run, Visit Wales 4-Star The Dragon Inn Crickhowell provides old-fashioned hospitality within a beautiful building dating from the early 1600s. Located on the town’s ancient High Street, it features 15 newly refurbished en-suite bedrooms, a car park and orchard, and a dynamic restaurant. The menu is Welsh country traditional augmented by modern European, African and Asian flourishes.
The Dragon Inn is open all day for lunch, afternoon tea and evening meals which can be taking in either of it’s 2 relaxing bars and restaurants.
The Dragon Inn
Literature Wales is the national organisation responsible for developing and promoting literature. It is made up of Yr Academi Gymreig / The Welsh Academy, which is the Society for Writers of Wales, and Tŷ Newydd Writers’ Centre.
Its many projects and activities include Wales Book of the Year, the National Poet of Wales, Writers on Tour funding scheme, writing courses at Tŷ Newydd, Translators’ House Wales.
Pomegranate Creative are based in Abergavenny. Their goal is to make designing anything from a logo identity for a new business start-up, to a full product launch for an established business, as easy and as friendly as possible. All their print is produced on site using high quality, state of the art printing systems and is complimented by the quality and accuracy of our in-house print finishing.
Pomegranate Creative designed both the festival logo and programme.
The Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre (CRiC) situated in Beaufort Street is a visitwales networked tourist information centre.
CRiC is open 7 days per week (mon-sat 10am-5pm, sun 10am – 1.30pm) providing an information service for tourists and residents of the area, selling maps and publications and locally produced gift items; CRiC has a WiFi enabled internet cafe serving Fairtrade coffee and tea and locally made cakes and icecream; Upstairs at CRiC is the oriel CRiC gallery showcasing art and craft of local, Welsh and visiting artists and makers. Exhibitions change every 8 weeks.