Crickhowell & District History Society

Crickhowell & District History Society encourages the public study of history with particular reference to the local area. It holds lectures and discussions, and organises research visits. It holds eight talks a year (in February, March, April, May June, September, October, and November) in the Parish Hall, Church Lane, Crickhowell at 7.30pm.

It also produces a twice-yearly newsletter for members.

Click here to visit the society's website.

HiPoints collection:
Former Queen Coffee Tavern - philanthropists set up the temparance house and public library in 1884
Porthmawr Gate House - built in 15th century to protect a fortified manor house
Former home of embezzling clerk - he fled to Canada after his fraud was spotted, but detectives tracked him down