The centre of Britain's smallest town, Llanwrtyd Wells, which is on the edge of the Cambrian Mountains in Mid Wales. To the left is the famous red kite sculpture, next to which is the Spar shop, the town's main - but not only - general store. Straight ahead is the Neuadd Arms, popular with locals and offering accommodation for the many mountan bikers who descend on this part of Mid Wales whenever the weather's up to it! A campaign by residents stopped Barclays Bank closing their branch in the town a few years ago. Unfortunately the fate of the postbus, parked by the bank, is less certain - this runs between Builth Wells and Abergwesyn, and due to under use, Powys County Council plans to stop funding the service from June 2006.