The history of a stone circle in a Newtown park is being sought by a community group.
Open Newtown is asking for any information people have about the stone circle in Dolerw Park, dating back to the 1960s when an Eisteddfod was held there.
It comes at a time when more heritage trails are being planned for the area at the heart of Newtown.
A spokesman said: “Heritage trails are being developed in Newtown and we’d like to know more about the standing stone circle in Dolerw Park.
“We understand the stones were transported from Back Lane car park and used for the Eisteddfod in 1965? We’d love to hear your stories.”
Open Newtown is a community owned company dedicated to improving town life.
It aims to help create rich and diverse wildlife in and around Newtown and both develop and deliver a range of projects.
Wherever possible activities are founded on strong partnerships and foster community cohesion, a sense of place and community spirit. The idea being that we help make Newtown open for all.
The project’s Facebook page can be found at https://www.facebook.com/opennewtown/