A village near Llanidloes has been stitched, woven and threaded into a textile map that has taken three months to complete.

The grand unveiling held in Llawr-y-Glyn during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend

Llawr-y-Glyn Village Association chair Andy Gill praised the village's talented Craft Group for their hard work,

“The map is a representation of every house in the village and a lot of work and effort has gone into making it," he said.

"Credit must go to Jo Manson for keeping the project on track and remarkably the Craft Group produced this in just three months.”

The map includes the poem 'Nant y Mynydd' written by the renowned Welsh 18th Century poet John Ceiriog Hughes who lived in Trefeglwys and Caersws, and is buried at Llanwnog.

A party hosted by Llawr-y-Glyn Village Association was held on Friday, June 3, for the formal unveiling of the map which included an adaptation of Bobby Gentry’s ‘Ode to Bille Joe’, as ‘Ode to Llawr-y-Glyn’ with references to Welsh cakes, St Michael' s Church and the River Trannon bridge.

The map is planned to be exhibited at the Trefeglwys Show at Bodioch Fields on Saturday, August 6, for everybody to have a chance appreciate the craftwork by local residents.