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Free Sustainable Buildings Fair to spotlight traditional building techniques and eco-friendly home solutions

The Tywi Centre has announced its highly anticipated Sustainable and Traditional Buildings Fair, set to take place on Saturday 11th May 2024 at the Tywi Centre, Dinefwr Farm in Llandeilo. From 10 am, experts, suppliers, and contractors will come together to provide essential insights and solutions for making homes more sustainable. In Wales, where 1.4 million homes consume 27% of all energy, the demand for eco-friendly home solutions has never been more critical.

The Sustainable and Traditional Buildings Fair will be a free ticketed event, which aims to cut through the confusion surrounding home improvements and guide attendees through the journey of adapting their homes for a greener future. Made possible by funding from the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund and Carmarthenshire County Council, the event promises a celebration of Wales’ rich heritage and a commitment to a sustainable lifestyle. From energy-saving innovations to family-friendly entertainment provided by Circus Eruption, the Fair will have something for the whole family.

The Sustainable and Traditional buildings fair promises to deliver a fascinating and immersive showcase of advice and live demonstrations from leading specialist companies and innovators.

Helena Burke, Tywi Centre Heritage Skills and Projects Officer, said: “Here at the Tywi Centre, we are incredibly excited for our Sustainable and Traditional Buildings fair! We can’t wait to welcome both specialists and guests – it will be an amazing opportunity for guests to gain insight on sustainable practices and implement them on their own homes. The list of contributors is regularly being added to and updated. What are you waiting for? Tickets are free- come and join us!”

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