Llandinam has been awarded the title of best kept village in Wales, Powys and Montgomeryshire on more than one occasion and as you pass through it is easy to see why. Neat and colourful gardens line the A470 which runs parallel to the River Severn.
The steep slopes of Pwllan and the Suagr loaf provide the perfect backdrop.
Black and white timber framed houses crowd the crooked lane that climbs the church bank and the beautiful village hall, built of brick and timber houses a billiard room, ladies parlour, reading room and oak panelled main hall. The residents of Llandinam take an active interest in cultural life and each year put on a month long exhibition. There are also numerous dramatical offerings by the local players and a variety of concerts to suit all tastes. There is a gardening club, a Women's Institute and a regular meetings of the Royal British Legion. All the things you would expect to see in a thriving village.