The National Cycle Museum charity in Llandrindod Wells is holding its fundraising annual Grand Mid Wales Cycle Jumble on Saturday, July 16 at Cefnllys School.
Stalls open at 8.30am with £4 for admission before 9.30am and £1 afterwards. Inside tables, which must by booked in advance, cost £10 and outside tables cost £7.
To book a table or to donate unwanted cycle parts in good condition to the museum charity, contact Steve Griffith at [email protected] .
The museum, which is open on Monday and Tuesday from 10am to 4pm and on Saturday from 10am to 2pm, is appealing for extra volunteers to allow it to open on more days this summer.
Bicycles spanning 200 years of cycling and a wealth of cycling memorabilia are on display in the museum, which is located in the Automobile Palace, Temple Street. The museum is home to more than 250 cycles, representing the historical development of cycling from the early 1800s to the present day.
A copy of the first British bicycle, nicknamed a Hobby Horse, made by Johnsons of London in 1818, is on display together with various Victorian solid tyred machines and cycles through the 1900s and early 2000s.