This is situated on Temple Gardens which are in the centre of the town. It is used regularly by regular groups and bands to entertain residents and visitors. It it the focus for the Victorian Festival and the Annual Town Carnival.
Oxford Road Playing Field
This field was bought by the Council as a permanent playing field for the youth of the Town when the Primary School was closed and sold. Many local teams use this field during the season.
Crabtree Green Allotments
Allotments are available at this site to rent, however due to the popularity, there may well be a waiting list. Allotments are only available for the residents who live within the Electoral Boundaries of Llandrindod Wells.
The Council own a Half-pipe Midi Skateboard Ramp and a Wooden Adventure Trail at Princes Avenue on the approach to the Lake.
Tourist Information Centre
The Tourist Information Centre is run by the Town Council at the Old Town Hall, Temple Street. This is solely run by volunteers with the support of the Town Clerk and is an extremely valuable service within our Town. Without such wonderful volunteers this service would not be the success it is today.
Station Crescent Public Toilets
The Council took over the ownership of this facility in April 2014 from Powys County Council. These are a cruicial facility for our town. There is a 20p charge for these facilities which offsets the cost of running the facility to the local ratepayer.
Lakeside Public Toilets
The Council took over the running of this facility in April 2016 under licence from Powys County Council who had closed this facility. There is a 20p charge for these facilities which offsets the cost of running the facility to the local ratepayer.