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Ty Bro Dyfi

Y Plas,
Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8ER, UK.
phone: 01654 703965

Become a member of ecodyfi We want everybody in the Valley to join, so it only costs £1. Drop into Ty Bro Dyfi or send some stamps.

The information centre is open Monday to Friday between 10.00 and 3.00. You might even like to get involved in staffing it or in helping to run a project. Please come and see us!

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Culture and history

A green haven


The Dyfi Valley Rural Tourism Growth Area

Twristiaeth Dyfi Tourism - your association

Places of interest

Ecodyfi's Sustainable Tourism Project began in June 2001, employing a part-time member of staff to develop sustainable and community tourism in the valley, to promote the valley as a 'green' tourism destination and to establish the first tourism association for the area - "Twristiaeth Dyfi Tourism".

Tourism Growth Area

During that year, the Dyfi Valley was established as a "Tourism Growth Area", as part of a development initiative designed by the Wales Tourist Board to stimulate tourism investment in specific parts of Wales.

Having achieved this status, the local tourism industry, together with ecodyfi, WTB, WDA and the local authorities, commissioned an Action Plan detailing how sustainable tourism development should be achieved in the Dyfi Valley.

Ecodyfi is taking the lead role in delivering the programme locally, securing the required funds from public and private sources and developing the networks that will translate the TGA's vision into a future reality.

Visitor research

Incl. STEAM reports, Activity Holidays in Wales, Windfarm Research, WTB: The Countryside Experience, Integrated quality management (IQM) reports.

Cycling and cycle tourism

Together with those with interests in cycling and cycle tourism in the Dyfi Valley, we have also produced a draft Cycling Review and Strategy for Action. Click here to view as a Word document [197kB].

This is a consultation document at this stage - so please let us have your additions and comments. It is currently available in English only.

Tourism Industry Training

If you would like to know what training is on offer locally for tourism industry professionals - or you'd like to join in with some all important familiarisation visits to other tourism providers - take a look at the Powys Anticipation Project newsletter.

Activity Tourism

These providers and activity-friendly accommodation providers are working together to develop and promote activities in the Dyfi Valley. gives visitors all the information they need to self-package activity holidays - how to get here, where to stay and what to do.

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