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WPG - Design & Print
WPG Ltd are the largest sheet fed printers in Mid Wales. We provide both lithographic and digital printing services to clients in Powys, Shropshire and throughout the UK. We also offer print design, as well as web design and development, web hosting and domain names. So whatever your print or web requirements are, WPG aim to provide an exceptional service as we value our customers.
Francis Edwards Antiquarian Bookseller, was established in 1855 in the West End of London. Now situated on the top floor of the world famous Hay Cinema Bookshop in Hay-on-Wye, \"The Town of Books\", the Francis Edwards division occupies four show rooms and has in stock over 3,000 volumes.
Seren is an independent publisher driven by quality writing across a wide-ranging list which includes poetry, fiction, translation, biography, art and history. Many of our books and authors are shortlisted for – and win! – major literary prizes across Britain and America.
The Children\'s Bookshop
Specialists in childrens used books. World wide service.
ACTPIX - Print and Frame Specialist
We\'ll Make Your Picture A Success! With many years of experience we provide a complete service from optimisation of your image through printing and framing. We use highest quality materials and processes to ensure you get the highest quality result at an affordable price.
Dustybooks, the site with volumes to satisfy your interest. In books since 1993, online from the start. You can search for books, used books, out of print books, rare books and books online with our fast easy to use service.
Founded in 1965, Poetry Wales is a quarterly magazine with an international reputation for excellent poems, features and reviews from Wales and beyond. Emerging from a rich bilingual culture, Poetry Wales explores the diverse perspectives of Welsh poetry in English and its international relationships.
The Welsh Poetry Competition
The first Welsh Poetry Competition was set up by poet & writer Dave Lewis in 2007. Officially launched on St David\'s Day @ Clwb-Y-Bont, Pontypridd, 2007 the aim is to encourage and foster the wealth of creative writing talent that we know exists in Wales but currently languishes in the doldrums. We aim to inspire people to capture life in the present day and to give a voice to a new generation of poets and writers.
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