Castle Caereinion is a small village and a parish in Powys, east central Wales upon the River Banwy (also known as the River Einion), around 5 miles west of Welshpool.  The village is named after an ancient castle.  The castle was built by Madog ap Meredydd, Prince of Powys in 1156 for Owain Cyfeiliog, who subsequently burnt it to the ground for swearing allegiance to the English.  Little remains now beyond the raised mound of the motte in a corner of the churchyard.

We are a small community with the majority in the village and the remainder scattered over the hills and valleys of our area.  It has a good range of local community services and facilities - a shop, primary school, pub, community hall, two places of worship, and Castle Caereinion narrow gauge steam railway station that runs westwards from the town of Welshpool via Castle Caereinion to the village of Llanfair Caereinion.

Castle Caereinion is a great place to live and a great place to visit - have a look around our site and you'll see why!

There are lots of possibilities which would all enrich the content of the website and the quality of community life.  So please give some thought to how you could make use of our village website... and if you would like to make a contribution or post a notice, send your text and pictures, instructions or maps to Castle Caereinion Recreation Association at the Community Hall or email us

Check out our links at the bottom of this page for even more local information or find us on Facebook.

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DATES FOR YOUR DIARY!

On Saturday 1 DECEMBER we are planning to hold a Christmas Fair/Table Sale in the afternoon, hopefully followed by some live entertainment in the evening. If you would like to help or have any ideas please contact any member of the committee.

See "What's On" page for further details of events

If you live in Castle Caereinion see the link below for the Castel Caereinion United Charities.

United Charities info here

To donate £5 to the Macmillan Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning...Text: JAM TED3 to 70550

Macmillan - World's Biggest Coffee Morning

Saturday 29 September 10.00 - 12.00 in St Garmon's


For more information go to Macmillan Coffee Mornings...




See our Community Recycling page for details of our community events.

Bright Sparks Pre-school

Castle 100 CLUB 2018

The 100 Club has three monthly prizes of £35, £15, and £10

Next Draw is in Sptember 2018.

September winners... Tessa Rogers, Lily Brown, Ian Gourdie

Classic Car and Bike Enthusiasts

Classic car and bike meetings at the Red Lion Pub are held every second Wednesday of the month throughout the summer.  The motor enthusiasts meet at 6.30pm, sharing their love of pre 1970 vehicles.  For more information contact Robert Gould on 01686 650834

Lavinia's "Get Together"

You are welcome to join Lavinia and others for a chat and a cuppa in the Red Lion pub on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
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