Monday 24 June 2019


So I stopped off in Erwood after visiting a couple of churches mainly because I needed a pit stop so while I was there I took a few photos around the village.

 Back up along through the village, turn right in the distance and you will enter another paart of the village
 This way takes you to Builth Wells, the building up on the left is the village hall
 The pit stop where I went, I like the little race cars. You might notice a couple of boxes by the entrance where you can make a donation to the upkeep of the loo's. Inside you will find a notice urging you to spend a penny and leave a penny in return.
 This little area was built to celibrate the Millennium
 The building opposite I think was the old post office
 It still has the post box in the window, a very unusual place, and it is still in use
 But I had to get a photo of this painted door in the building. I've always admired it when we drove past
 It is also signed by the artist
Time to head back to my Van
Enjoy your week


  1. I wouldn't be able to get used to driving on the "wrong" side of the road!
    Thanks for sharing these photos at Looks like a lovely little community.

  2. What a beautiful village. I absolutely LOVE that painted door. I'm so glad you photographed it.

  3. It looks like a sweet little town, I love the fountain and the statue.

  4. The wall mural is adorable - the kitty looks so real and the pink valerian merging with the climbing roses is a lovely touch. Great art and what appears to be a lovely neat, clean welcoming village.


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