Hay Castle Trust Limited is a charity that was formed to rescue this Grade 1 castle located in the very heart of Hay-on-Wye. The site includes a 12th century tower and arched gateway, a 15th century Jacobean manor, extensive grounds, and the world famous Honesty Bookshop. The Trust will raise funds to ensure the permanent preservation of this historic site and to provide cultural enrichment, education and community space to benefit the people of Hay-on-Wye and the surrounding communities in mid-Wales and Herefordshire.
Hay Festival runs for ten days with a packed programme of debates and conversations with poets and scientists, novelists and historians, artists and gardeners, comedians and musicians, film makers and politicians.
Hay Fever - our festival for families and children, runs across the ten days of the festival where children have the chance to meet and talk to their favourite writers and take part in workshops to create wonderful memories and develop new skills in imaginative thinking and self expression.
Hf2 is our festival for teenagers - with an awesome line-up featuring the movers and shakers of Young Adult writing, Hf2 is a mind-blowing experience for 13-plus.
We care passionately about our environment. Hay-on-Earth debates the latest thoughts on climate change and environmental awareness.
In 2006 we started the Hay-on-Earth Project to audit, address and change our ecological sustainability.
Hay Festival of Literature & the Arts Ltd is registered in England and Wales
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The Drill Hall, 25 Lion Street, Hay on Wye, HR3 5AD