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As in many such areas there are now some empty retail units and charity shops, including Oxfam and British Red Cross occupying premises once used by commercial enterprises.
An open-air market is held once a week in County Council’s High Street Car Park and brings many visitors into the town.
During the mid-18th century the 'healing qualities' of the local spring waters attracted visitors to the area resulting in an economic boom with the building of a 'splendid' hotel at Llandrindod Hall.
A period of relative decline during the late 18th and early 19th centuries was reversed with the construction of the Heart of Wales Line making Llandrindod accessible from the Midlands and North West of England, and South Wales.
The town has larger business chains, including Tesco, Aldi, Spar, Greggs, Mica Hardware and a Post Office, as well as smaller businesses.
In a recent survey undertaken by Rightmove, Llandrindod was voted the Happiest Place in Wales.
It was developed as a spa town in the 19th century, with a boom in the late 20th century as a centre of local government.
Before the 1860s the site of the town was common land in Llanfihangel Cefn-llys parish.
Apart from two of its most symbolic recent buildings being the Tom Norton's Automobile Palace and Pritchard's Garage, it served as the base for many International motorcycle events such as the International Six Days Trial ISDT starting in 1933 with the last visit taking place in 1961, often drawing in crowds of thousands to watch.
"Trinity Parish") is a town and community in Powys, within the historic boundaries of Radnorshire, Wales.
It serves as the seat of Powys County Council and thus the administrative centre of Powys.
Prior to 1974 the county housed much of the administration of the county of Radnorshire, although the official county town was Presteigne.
The reorganisation of local government in 1974 resulted in Llandrindod becoming the county town of the newly formed administrative county of Powys.
Hotels, boarding houses and shops — including the Central Wales Emporium on the corner of Temple Street and Station Crescent — provided for the visitors.