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Sale of Advance tickets for 2019 will open on 1st December 2018 

Tickets on the Gate are Cash Only
Prices for 2018, (per person)  

Weekend

Advance Weekend ticket

Early early bird bought between 1st and 31st Deceber 2018 are £30

Less early bird bought between January 2019 to April 2019 are £35

thereafter and on gate £40 

Gates open at 12.00 Thursday 18th July 2019.  (and NOT Before)

Your weekend ticket is valid until noon on Monday 22nd July 2019

 and includes

  • FREE camping and caravanning (no need to book a pitch just turn up)
  • FREE showers
  • FREE children (under 16) when accompanied by an adult

To purchase advance ticket on line click the link below

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After you have bought your ticket we will  send a receipt and reference number to the e mail address you have registered with PayPal. Please print this email and bring it with you to the show. When you arrive, you will be given a weekend wrist band pass which will enable you to pass freely in and out and around our festival.  Our policy is that if you want to come to the festival that you MUST wear a wrist band on your wrist. (and not on your belt or in your purse or forgotten in the car or tent or caravan)  We do NOT make any exceptions to this policy. If you do not wear your wrist band you will be asked to leave

Please remember to check that your PayPal email address is a current and working email address as this is where your receipt and reference number will be sent.

Purchase Ticket by Cheque 

Send a SAE with a note of the person making the booking and a cheque made out to 'The Heulwen Trust' for the ticket price (weekend tickets are £30 if bought before 31st May. ) Children under 16 are free but must be accompanied by Adult. 

Heulwen Trust,
10 Bryn Glas,
Welshpool,
Powys,
SY21 7TL

You will be sent a booking confirmation with a reference number. Please bring that with you to the show.  When you arrive, you will be given a weekend wrist band pass which will enable you to pass freely in and out and around our festival. Our policy is that if you want to come to the festival that you MUST wear a wrist band on your wrist. (and not on your belt or in your purse or forgotten in the car or tent or caravan)  We do NOT make any exceptions to this policy. If you do not wear your wrist band you will be asked to leave

Day Tickets

On Gate (cash only) or in advance by Post (see above)

Saturday £15.00  

Sunday   £15.00

Children under 16 are free but must be accompanied by an adult. 

If you have paid but have not received a reference number please check the email account registered to your Paypal account.  If you still cannot trace the reference number please use the Contact us Page

If you do not want us to contact you in future with details of further events please advise through the contact us page. Please note that we will never pass your e mail address on to another organisation

Some rules of the Festival

1. Be considerate of others on the site and treat others as you would like to be treated
2. If you wish to make a comment about any aspect of the show please make your views known at the Secretary’s tent 
3. Respect other people’s privacy on the camping field particularly after 10pm.  Do not  run a generator after that time
4. Please comply with a request from our stewards to do (or not do) something
5. Wear your wristband at all times. Wristbands that are not attached to you (e.g. in your pocket or purse or left in your car) are not valid. If your wristband becomes detached please take it to the Secretary’s tent for a duplicate to be issued.
6. NO BARBECUES OR FIRES in the arena or car park areas.  In the camping area there are to be no fires or BBQ on the ground.  All BBQ must be raised off the ground
7. In the area in front of the stage we do not permit a Gazebo or other obstruction of the view of others. Gazebos may be erected in areas designated to the side of stage. 
8. Shooting practices must be away from the main arena 
9. Due to the Government’s Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006, anyone shooting a blank fire gun should have Public Liability Insurance
10. All dogs must be on a lead and under control at all times but be warned there are sudden loud bangs on the site during the weekend
11. Please try to recycle any of your rubbish
12. If you are on the BOBB list do not enter our site. If you have no idea what BOBB means, then you are not on that list. We have a note of people on the BOBB list.
13. We have decided that there will be NO GLASS in the arena this year.
14. We do not permit trading at the festival unless you are booked in as a trader.  Anyone who does trades unofficially will be required to leave without refund of entry fee

Please note that the Showfield is private land. As organisers we reserve the right to both refuse entry to anyone and or to ask anyone to leave the field without giving a reason. We will ask you to leave if you do not comply with the rules of the site. We reserve the right not to refund your entry fee. If you are asked to leave you will not be permitted to come to future events. Thereafter, if you seek to enter a future event and are recognised then you will be asked to leave and your entry fee will be forfeit and will not be refunded

Privacy Policy of the Heulwen Trust as organisers of the Welshpool Country and Western

The Heulwen Trust  is a Charity that runs the Welshpool Country and Western to fund the cost of running  our canal boats for those who suffer from a disability. 

We have two websites.  One relating to the Boats and one relating to the Country and Western Festival

On our websites we do not use cookies or otherwise collect data of who has looked at our site.  We do not utilise records for profiling visitors to the site.  We do not share information with any other organisation.  We do not have advertisers or sponsored links.  We do not store information on the cloud.  Our servers are based in the UK.  Whilst we do not permit remote electronic access to our records we are told that our web services provider does maintain server access logs for debugging security and service review ( but not for marketing) but access to such is limited to the authorised individuals.  The information is only retained for as long as such functions require and thereafter deleted 

We do have links on our website to other websites to assist you.  We do not record whether you use such links.  We are not responsible for the contents of any third party website and you should please satisfy yourself that you are content with the policies of such third party websites.

What we do record

When a members of the public makes contact with us we will use their contact information to respond to the enquiry whether that enquiry is of a general nature or relates to a boat booking or an advance ticket sale for the Country and Western.

To enable us to respond to an enquiry we may pass on details to the appropriate member of the Trust to respond.   Details of enquiries and responses will be retained as a record of both the enquiry and our response

We will record details of enquiries from people who are interested in and subsequently do use our boats.  We will also record details of people who want to buy advance tickets for the Country and Western.   These records are retained to record the legal contract entered into.

All personal information is stored on devices which have access restricted to authorised individuals 

Please use the contact us page if you wish to ascertain what records we hold for you.  If our records are inaccurate we would be delighted to rectify them.  Whilst we are happy to erase and amend inaccurately held information or to record your wish that you do not wish to be contacted by us, please be aware that any records of the contractual details will be retained during the statutory contractual limitation period.  

Some rules of the Festival

1.         Be considerate of others on the site and treat others as you would like to be treated

2.         If you wish to make a comment about any aspect of the show please make your views known at the Secretary’s tent

3.         Respect other people’s privacy on the camping field particularly after 10pm.  Do not  run a generator after that time

4.         Please comply with a request from our stewards to do (or not do) something

5.         Wear your wristband at all times. Wristbands that are not attached to you (e.g. in your pocket or purse or left in your car) are not valid. If your wristband becomes detached please take it to the Secretary’s tent for a duplicate to be issued.

6.         NO BARBECUES OR FIRES in the arena or car park areas

7.         In the arena we do not permit a Gazebo or other obstruction of the view of others.

8.         Shooting practices must be away from the main arena

9.         Due to the Government’s Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006, anyone shooting a blank fire gun should have Public Liability Insurance

10.      All dogs must be on a lead and under control at all times but be warned there are sudden loud bangs on the site during the weekend

11.      Please try to recycle any of your rubbish

12.      If you are on the BOBB list do not enter our site. If you have no idea what BOBB means, then you are not on that list. We have a note of people on the BOBB list.

13.      We have decided that there will be NO GLASS in the arena this year.

14.      We do not permit trading at the festival unless you are booked in as a trader.  Anyone who does trades unofficially will be required to leave without refund of entry fee

15.      Please note that the Showfield is private land. As organisers we reserve the right to both refuse entry to anyone and or to ask anyone to leave the field without giving a reason. We will ask you to leave if you do not comply with the rules of the site. We reserve the right not to refund your entry fee. If you are asked to leave you will not be permitted to come to future events. Thereafter, if you seek to enter a future event and are recognised then you will be asked to leave and your entry fee will be forfeit and will not be refunded

The arena and stage 

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(please bring your own chairs)

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Camping with the Westerners

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The opening charge supervised by our marshall
(on the left above and below)

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Weekend tickets for 2019 will be available in December 

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