Compressed Tomos in hills

Our visitors are still having fun twizzling around the Brecon Beacons even though autumn has now definitely arrived. Next week (11-15th Oct) sees the start of the Hay Walking Festival and a great opportunity to hire a Twizy to reach the start of your walk and add something to the day's experience in this beautiful area.

We now have 33 informal charge points added to our local Eco Travel Network - in fact, we possibly have the greatest density of charge points per population of anywhere in the UK! All the Twizys need is somewhere to park within extension cable reach of a 13amp socket and local pubs, cafes, activity centres and historic attractions have all joined our network offering a variety of different Twizy trips. Our network now stretches as far East as Abergavenny, North to Hay on Wye, South to Ystradgynlais and West to Llandovery!

In October, one of our local communities, Llangattock is borrowing one of our Twizys for a 4 week trial to see if it might work for them as a shared community vehicle for getting in and out of nearby Crickhowell (1 mile) or Abergavenny (7 miles).

We had our first ETN Members' meeting at Llansantffraed Court Hotel last month. The Twizys all lined up afterwards on the lawns for a photo shoot!

LLC Lawn compressed

Do get in touch with us if you fancy hiring a Twizy for a day or w/e or want to know more about our scheme. Or follow us on Twitter @ecofunkytravel