The group of medieval buildings at Tretower is one of the most remarkable in all Wales. The late medieval Tretower Court was saved for the nation by the Brecknock Society in 1930 and the twelfth-century castle was taken into the care of the State in 1947. Dr Robinson’s interest in Tretower has developed over several decades and his lecture will look at the conservation work at both buildings, and at the various interpretations placed on them by different generations of historians.
Tickets are free but seats should be booked via Theatr Brycheiniog. There will be a retiring collection in aid of the educational work of the Society.'A Pretty castle and a fair place' English and Welsh