The Bowie Gallery
Features contemporary ceramics, jewellery and prints from UK designer makers.
The Children's Bookshop
Offers information about this specialist second hand children's bookshop, with stock lists and catalogue plus a guide to Rupert the Bear annuals.
Globe at Hay
Showcases the weekly programme of arts, music and events at this venue, housed in a 1752 Congressionalist chapel.
Green Man Festival
An independent music festival of live music held annually in Glanusk Park; includes a programme, details of artist line-up, ticketing, news, and practical information for visitors.
Hay & Brecon Farmers
An agricultural co-operative serving the farmers and local community of Mid Wales and the border counties.
The Hay Binders
Small hand bindery specialising in the repair, restoration and rebinding of cloth and leather bound books.
Hay Festival Wales
Official site of Hay-on-Wye's annual literature festival provides news, festival programme, FAQs, accommodation links and dedicated children's section.
The Hay Makers
Co-operative of professional designer makers and craftsmen. Features individual profiles plus information on exhibitions.
Hay on Wye Booksellers
Profiles this bookshop and offers online shopping as well as trade information. Specialises in art, photography, architecture, design, military, history and theology.
Official site provides information on local bookshops, other businesses, arts and craft facilities and accommodation.
Hay-on-Wye Dental Centre
Provides a wide range of dental treatments including dental implants, cosmetic dentistry and dental checkups.
Lion Street Gallery
Showcases established artists as well as up and coming talent; located near the Clock Tower.
The Old Black Lion
17th century inn close to the Lion Gate; includes information on menus and accommodation.
Richard Booth's Bookshop Ltd
Profiles this second hand bookshop, with information about the proprietor who lays claim to having begun the book trade in Hay-on-Wye.
Features a gallery, menus and a history of this early 16th century building, now a pub and restaurant.