The dedication ceremony for the Memorial Garden


Llangattock is vibrant community with numerous volunteer groups, all striving to make the village a better place. 

Social activity revolves around the council-owned and maintained recreation ground and the village pub, restaurant and hotel.

There is a community hall and Primary School and the shopping centre of Crickhowell, winner of the 2018 Best High Street in the UK, is a short walk away. 

There are outdoor activities including horse riding, boat hire, walking and cycling.  And there are groups to join and events to enjoy.  Visit our history page to find out more about the area.

There are hundreds of miles of footpaths in the Brecon Beacons, with some strenuous climbs and more gentle ambles along the Monmouthsire and Brecon Canal.  If you just want to take in the sites, why not enjoy sitting on one of the benches in the council-owned Glebe Field overlooking Crickhowell Bridge.

Here is a list of some of the things you can do in Llangattock along with websites or Facebook pages and contact numbers if available.  Click on the highlighted words to be taken to more information or visit our activities page

  • Llangattock Community Hall - call 07837214010.  A place to plan your event or to attend one being organised.  Check out our events page for more.
  • Llangattock Allotments Society sometimes have allotments available and organise social events to which the whole village are often invited.  Contact
  • The Llangattock Village Society are planning events in 2021, including village walks, a ceilidh, soup evening and apple day.  Contact Helen Burns by email
  • Llangattock Crafters normally meet at 2pm at the Horse Shoe Pub in the centre of the village.  Again, contact
  •  Llangattock Community Woodlands sustainably manage woodland on the banks of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.  They also sell firewood.  Website address:- and Facebook Page which is updated a little more regularly.
  • Llangattock Green Valleys - promoting green initiatives in the village
  • Llangattock Church Under current restrictions, the church is not open every day and services of Morning Prayer are only held on alternate weeks, the 1st, 3rd, (and 5th) Sundays.
  • Llangattock Church in Wales Primary School
  • Llangattock Litter Pickers Have been picking for 10 years. The group now litter picks on over 274 miles of roadside verges, country lanes, canal tow paths and community areas in the Eastern end of the Brecon Beacons National Park and across four counties namely Powys, Blaenau Gwent, Torfaen and Monmouthshire. They meet up to 10 times a month normally on the 1st Saturday of the month, and conduct 6/8 weekday litter picks and during the summertime a couple of evenings during the month. Contact them through their Facebook Page.

If you want to find out more about the general area, a good place to start is the Understanding Welsh Places website.