If you're in Carmarthen on 8th March come to our Seedy Saturday Green Fayre. It's a seed swap but also plenty of other stuff going on - TFSR Cymru selling green woodworking, gardening and vintage tools; Scythe Cymru promoting their courses & products; Coed Marros Tree Nursery; Liliwen Herbs & herbal products; Banc Organics; Carmarthenshire Beekeepers + other Fairtrade, ethical and craft stalls. More info on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Seedy-Saturday-Carmarthen/1408816879351731?ref=hl
Also check out TFSR Cymru's website to see where they will be this year: http://www.tfsrcymru.org.uk/archives/929
Always a good selection of axes, billhooks, slashers, chisels and similar - all profits help fund their work in Tanzania. They will also be at the National Botanic Gardens on Sunday 23rd Feb.
I have been going for the last 6-7 years.
Its changed venues a few times, and this year its near Caerwys,
The price had gone up to £15 and wasnt really worth it, has it hadnt really improved at all, however the price has come down this year to £12.
I herd lots and lots of bad reports about it, to the point it was canceled at one point, but seems to of over come it and this year its on. http://www.woodfestwales.co.uk/
For £12 its probably worth the locals going for a look.
But all that said Its just my opinion and I wouldnt want to put anybody off going.
If its your thing and if you havent been before I would say give it a go.
I'll second toolski's recommendation about TFSR. Their website is worth a look, as they are often at these sorts of events, and their stuff is excellent. If you find yourself anywhere near Crickhowell they are definitely worth the diversion to drop in on.