Online tickets for this event are no longer on sale but will be available to purchase on the door.

Author and freelance journalist Daniel Butler has lived in the Cambrian Mountains near Rhayader for the past twenty-five years, specialising in rural and environmental issues. His books include The Red Tail: Sharing the Seasons with a Hawk and Urban Dreams, Rural Realities. Daniel writes articles for The Telegraph, The Express and Country Living, alongside book reviews for The Guardian.

Daniel’s passion for keeping hawks was compounded by two wild birds, barn owls which nested at his farm and became increasingly tame and familiar with him and his family. The Owl House was published last year and charts his relationship with the birds and the rich wildlife surrounding his home. Daniel will be discussing the book at the Tabernacle on Sunday 28th November.

In line with Government guidelines, as of 15th November 2021 you will need to use the NHS COVID pass show full vaccination status or a negative Lateral Flow Test to attend any events at the festival.

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