Beach Club and Beach Club Plus
Sat 26 May 2018 to Fri 1 Jun 2018 – 9 – 5pm – Colwyn Bay
Beach Club is back for the school half term and it’s better than ever. It’s the perfect way for your young people to try out a selection of supervised sports from Windsurfing, Sailing and Paddle boarding in a safe, fun environment down at Porth Eirias, Colwyn Bay.
For those children who would like to work towards gaining a RYA certificate, Colwyn Bay Watersports offer Beach Club Plus, which focuses on a specific water sport for a number of days. Details can be found on the website.Colwyn Bay Watersports Porth Eirias Colwyn Bay Conwy LL29 8HH
Contact telephone: 01492 437177 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
Abergele Food & Craft Festival
Saturday May 26th – 11 – 4 – Abergele
For the Kids….Bouncy Castles, Facepainting, Hairwraps, Reptile Zoo, Paint a Pot Tent, Sand Art, Ice Cream, Snow Cones and more…..
For the dogs……Fun Dog Show at 12pm and lots of pet friendly stalls
For the Adults……Prosecco Van, Gin Horesebox Bar, Lager Bar & Vintage Cocktails
Live Cricket by Abergele 2nd’s team
Live Cooking demonstrations and 150+ Food & Craft Stalls from North Wales & NW England!
We have something for EVERYONE…..German Sausage, Hog Roast, Indian, Thai, Burgers, Panini, Goat Burgers, Fish & Chips, Crepes & Waffles, Turkish Baklava, Cakes, Brownies and SO MUCH MORE!
Vegan & Vegetarian section with food & craft.
Charity Raffle at 3pm
Visit www.gwleddabergelefeast.co.uk for more info
Wednesday- May 30th -7pm – Summer Evening Stroll – Llandudno Junction
Enjoy a Wednesday evening stroll around the reserve with friendly volunteer
wildlife guides. Meet at the entrance gate to the reserve at 7pm. All welcome! Donations gratefully received.
Wednesday – May 30th – 9am – 1pm – Conwy Farmers’ Market
Farm and locally produced quality produce. Free event.
Wednesday – May 30th – 2pm – 3:30pm – Wild Wednesday
Nature Recycles Too! – Find out all about creatures that recycle, help us search for some out on
the reserve and make your recycled creature to take home!
For children aged 5-8 years.
Booking essential. Charges apply.
Friday June 1st -11 – 3 – FunPlay Friday
There will be loads of stuff to play with; chalk, bubbles, hoops and den building bits! You can join us at any time between 11am and
3pm, no need to book. Aimed at children aged 3-8 years with their families. Please note this event is
weather dependent. Free event.
Saturday June 2nd – 1:30 – 3:30 -Wildlife Explorers’ Club
Join us for all kinds of naturerelated activities, have some hands on fun at your local nature reserve. Aimed at young people
between 8-12 years old. From 1.30pm to 3.30pm. Booking essential. Charges apply. 2 and 3 June
– ArtlySparkly Designs – A display and sale of nature photography, sea glass jewellery and felt
animals. Come and join us in The Lookout from 10am to 4pm. Free event.
RSPB Nature Reserve – Off A55, Llandudno Junction. Charges apply for reserve trails. Phone: 01492
584091. Web: www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/conwy
Table Top Sale
Saturday May 26th – 10 – noon – Penrhyn BayLots of stalls including bric-a-brac, tombola,cakes and booksEntrance only £2At St. David’s Church Hall – all funds raised to go to Tenovus
Car Boot Sale
Sunday May 27th – 8:30 – 12:30 – Penmaenmawr
Car boot sale tomorrow morning in Penmaenmawr (with a free prize draw to win £10,000 or a BMW Mini!)
Friday June 1st – 12 – 3pm – Llanfairfechan Town Hall
Llanfairfechan has a wealth of regular activities to support health and wellbeing for all age groups in the village…including performances by Dance With Cinti ( between 1 and 2 ) and the Absolute Beginners Ukulele Group ( at 12:15 )
Through this event, the town council is offering a free opportunity for local residents to get to know what’s on and meet with the people who are involved.
Clock making family fun/Gweithdy crefft clociau
Saturday 26th May – Sunday June 3rd – Various Times – Penrhyn Castle – Bangor
Crefftau a gweithgareddau’n ymwneud â chlociau a threigl amser. Ymunwch â ni am hwyl i’r teulu wrth i ni baratoi i groesawu Harrison’s Garden, gwaith celf teithiol yr artist Luke Jerram.
Crafts and activities all connected to clocks and the passing of time. Join us for family fun as we prepare for the arrival of artist Luke Jerram’s travelling artwork, Harrison’s Garden.
Am ddim, codir tâl mynediad arferol / Free event, normal admission applies.This is just one of the many National Trust events taking place across North Wales – check out their website for more..
Tuesday May 29th – Friday June 1st – 10 – 4 – Llandudno – Venue Cymru
Venue Cymru’s Lego café is back for the May half term! Drop in and amaze us with your Lego creations in Catlin’s Café bar.
With scrummy cakes and drinks available from the café.
This event is free and no booking required. Just turn up and have fun!
Tuesday May 29th -10:30 – 12:30 and 1:30 – 3:30 – Conwy
Bodnant Garden – Dawn Chorus Walk
Monday 28th – 5:30 – 8:00 AM – Tal-Y-CafnGet up with the dawn chorus on a guided walk with a local bird expert – FULLY BOOKED. Phone: 01492 650460.Meet on the veranda at the Pavilion Tea Room. Check website for latest information.Check Website for Admission Charges.Bodnant Garden, Tal-y-Cafn, Colwyn Bay, Conwy LL28 5REContact telephone: 01492 650460 – Bodnant Garden.Call to check latest times or cancellations.
Antique Collectors and Vintage Fair
Monday 28th and Thursday 31st – 9:15 – 4pm – Betws – y – CoedIt is a small busy friendly Fair, located in a Church Hall in the centre of Betws-y-Coed, North Wales. A village in Snowdonia National Park with beautiful surroundings, many shops and surrounding cafes and restaurants. Close to the Station and bus stops. Maximum 15 stalls, no dateline but preferably no new goods. Established over 30 years. Selling a wide variety of goods with prices to suit everybody china, glass, jewellery (both costume and fine) books, paintings and prints, postcards, silver, linen and other weird and wonderful things. Stalls £15, please check for availability. Footfall usually over 300
£15 single stall. Monthly raffle for all people attending to win either £10 or £15 voucher to spend in fair.9.15am – 4pm approx £15 a single stallSt. Mary’s Church Hall, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy LL24 0AAMon 28 May, Thu 31 May, Thu 7 Jun, Thu 14 Jun, Thu 21 Jun, Thu 5 Jul, Thu 12 Jul, Thu 19 Jul, Thu 26 JulContact telephone: 07581397721 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
Monday 28th May – 11 – 4 – RhylCelebrate the Year of the Sea with sand sculpting with Sandinyoureye, music from Ghostbuskers TAPE Community Music and Film, face painting with Miles of smiles by Bernie. Not to be missed: special Larry the lobster parade. All activities free.
Sunday May 27th – 11 – 3:30 – The Beach Cafe Abergele
Coastal car show displaying a variety of classic Corvettes and other American marques – first event to be held on the 27th May 2018 11-3:30pm.
All cars must be registered – the event is free to all. It will be held on a dedicated tarmac car park next to the beach. If you would like your car to be considered for the event please email email@example.com with your name, contact details and details of your vehicle.
For more info go to : https://bit.ly/2klmzzK
All donations to go to Ty Gobaith
Coffee Morning – End Polio Now
Saturday May 26th – 09:30 – 11:30 – Mold – Daniel Owen Centre
Come along and help support this worthy cause – there’ll be a raffle, bric-a-brac and home made cakes for sale
Hand spinning demonstration
Monday 28th May – 10 – 5 – TrefriwSee the fibre being spun into yarn on a spinning wheel. An opportunity to “try weaving yourself” on a small handloom and to purchase fibres, yarn and hand made textiles.You can also view the water turbine that generates our electricity in the mill museum.Trefriw Woollen Mills Ltd., Main Road, Trefriw, Conwy Valley, Conwy LL27 0NQContact telephone: 01492 640462Call to check latest times or cancellations.
Workshop and Storytelling
Monday May 28th – 1pm – 2:30 – Llandudno Museum
Children can come to Llandudno Museum and learn all about Blodwen, our resident 5,500 years old Stone Age lady! Find out about her life, how her skeletal remains were discovered and imagine the life Blodwen may have lived.
There will also be a storytime session, where children can listen to Stone Age themed stories and design Stone Age related crafts. Time to let their imaginations run wild!
Prices as follows:
Children: £2.00 each
Adults: £2.50 each (normal admission charge for adults).
Booking essential. To book a place send a message via Facebook Messenger, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01492 876 517.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Coffee and Cake
Wednesday May 30th – 11- 2 – Ysbyty Gwynedd – Bangor
Please come along and support Hospice at Home in Hafan Menai ( in the grounds of the hospital )
Stalls, tombola etc. coffee and cake
Entrance only £2
SING 2018 – 44th Annual Barbershop Convention
Friday – Sunday – Llandudno – Venue Cymru
As part of the 44th Annual Barbershop Convention, these three brilliant shows feature top quality barbershop acts, plus of course our international guests.
Friday Concert – Harmony in Harrogate
Saturday Concert – Central Standard Chorus and support act
Sunday Concert – Show of ChampionsFor full SING 2018 event information visit sing2018.com.Ticket prices –
Adult Friday – £20 Saturday – £25 Sunday – £20
Under 26 Friday – £12 Saturday – £15 Sunday – £12
Junior (5-16yrs) Friday – £5 Saturday – £5 Sunday – £5Venue Cymru, Llandudno Promenade, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 1BB
Friday 1st June 10-1pm – Conwy
The OPAL (Open Air Laboratories) surveys are cleverly designed to be educational and fun for families and people of all ages and experience. In the PolliNation Survey, Iwan Edwards from North Wales Wildlife Trust will teach us to identify several common pollinating insects, investigate the habitats they prefer, and discuss way we can improve their environment.
Booking essential by Sunday 27th May.
To book phone Mark Sheridan 01492 583820 email@example.com
Antique and Collectors Fair
Saturday June 2nd – 9 – 4 – LlandudnoOrganised by Llandudno Lions with a wide variety of items
on sale with prices to suit everybody’s budget from £1 to £100s. All profits to local charities. At Town
Hall, Lloyd Street, Llandudno from 9am to 4pm.Admission: adult 50p.Phone: 01492 870147.
Saturday June 2nd -11 – 4 – Deganwy
Come along and join in the family fun with inflatables, craft stalls,
food and refreshments, fun dog show, music, dancing displays, children’s sports activities and
more… All welcome! On Deganwy Promenade from 11am to 4pm.
11am – Entertainment inc. Harley the Clown
12pm – Fun Dog Show – 13 categories, featuring “Musical Sit”
1.30pm – Dancing Displays from Dance with Cinti, Kaleidoscope and Conwy Reflections Morris Dancers
3pm – Children’s Sports
3.30pm – Raffle Draw
To check out the fun from previous years go to: https://vimeo.com/tvconwy and search ” Deganwy Prom “
Fun Dog Show
Sunday June 3rd – 11am – Prestatyn
Fun Dog show hosted by Beeutiful Day Events & Abandoned Animals Association. ALL proceeds go to the charity
Peppa Pig’s Adventure
Saturday May 26th and Sunday May 27th – Llandudno – Venue Cymru
Peppa Pig and friends are back in the brand new live show Peppa Pig’s Adventure!
Join Peppa as she gets ready to go on an exciting camping trip to the woods with George and her school friends, including Pedro Pony, Suzy Sheep and Gerald Giraffe. With lunch-boxes packed and Daddy Pig driving the bus, Peppa and friends are excited about their outdoor adventure, full of games, laughter and live music!
The happy campers soon settle down to sleep and listen to the gentle pitter patter of rain. Safe and warm inside their tents the excited group can look forward to morning time, when there will be lots of muddy puddles to play in!
Adult £17, £15
Child (Under 16) £15, £13
Family ticket (4) £60 (top price seats only)
All ticket purchases are subject to a £3 administration fee per order.Venue Cymru, Llandudno Promenade, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 1BB
Tel: 01492 872000
Wednesday 30th May and Thursday 31st 7:30 – A Chorus of Disapproval
Theatr Colwyn – Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay.
Phone: 01492 577888/872000. Web:
Meet the Household
Saturday and Sunday 26th – 27th May- 11 – 4 – Conwy – Plas Mawr
Come and meet the Household to learn more about their lives. Have a go at crafting marchpane or tussie-
mussies, and join in the dancing and games.
Saturday May 25th and Sunday May 26- Rhuddlan
Newton Faulkner headlines on the Saturday and closes the main stage. For those who like to party late join us for our bar tent party in the new for 2018 big top marquee. Arrive early on the Saturday to support three very talented local youth bands.
The following day we will be holding our first ‘Chill out Sunday’, which will showcase professional bands and up and coming local youth musicians.
Wander around the festival to enjoy the views of Rhuddlan Castle, treats from one of our hand-picked caterers, test your skills at the traditional coconut shy, learn circus skills or bounce on an inflatable. Find out more and buy tickets at www.Rhuddfest.co.uk
Saturday £20 online
Teenagers 14 to under 18 £15
Under 14s free with an adult ticket holder (18+).
Chill Out Sunday £5 with under 14s free with an adult ticket holder (18+).
Weekend tickets plus camping £35 online only.
Saturday gate price £25 if tickets are still available.Morfa Lodge Farm, Abergele Road, Rhuddlan, Denbigshire, LL18 5UE
FREE interactive clown and circus skills workshops and shows.
Tuesday 29th May ( 1pm ) and Wednesday 30th May ( 10am ) – Llanfairfechan – on the Prom
Discover Llanfairfechan with Peanuts the Clown are providing two FREE interactive clown and circus skills workshops and shows.
Taking place on The Promenade, Llanfairfechan on Tuesday May 29 th at 1pm and Wednesday May 30th at 10am.
Each day there will be balloons, Face painting, circus skill workshop and more. Suitable for all the family including children of all ages.
Northern Soul Night
Saturday May 26th – 7:30 – 1:30 Llandudno Junction
St George’s Singers: North Wales Tour
Satruday 26th May – Monday 28th – Various locations
One of the most highly regarded choirs in the North West with wide repertoire from Byrd to Part
Free concerts. Donations at locationsCaernarfon Castle, Castle Ditch, CAERNARFON, Gwynedd, LL55 2AY
Tel: 07721415599 for more info
Creative workshop: Make and decorate a plastic bottle sea creature
Tuesday 29th May – 11- 12:30 – Llandudno – MOSTYNKids get to make and decorate a plastic bottle sea creature at Mostyn on Tuesday, May 29 from 11:00 am till 12:30 pm.
A fun-filled workshop for ages 5 to 12 years29.05.2018 Tuesday 11:00 am – 12:30 pm £5 each Booking is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment. Call 01492 868191 (Tue – Sun, 10.30am – 5.00pm)MOSTYN Gallery, 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno, Conwy LL30 1ABTue 29 May 2018
Contact telephone: 01492 868191Call to check latest times or cancellations.
FFESTINIOG 360 – Charity Cycle Challenge
Sunday May 27th – 8:30 AM – 8:30 PM – Blaenau Ffestiniog
A cycling challenge around Snowdon to raise money for Ty Gobaith. This years’ Ffestiniog 360 challenge will follow a clockwise route, starting and finishing at Blaenau Ffestiniog Town Centre. The challenge will run from 8.30 am – 8.30 pm. Registering for the challenge costs only £15.00. Get fit and enjoy a great start to your summer. Its simple to register by visiting www.ffestiniog360.com Registration £15 to include: pre-ride and post-ride refreshments. Tea, Coffee and Bara Brith
Free Mystery Prize draw. (exclusive draw for riders only)
Free Mineral water
Free Slate Plaque
Free T-Shirt ( If registered before 9:00 on 22/05/2017) Distance 62.14 miles
Estimated Time 4:07:58
Ascent 3,957 feet
Descent 3,980 feet
Start Elevation 760 feet
Finish Elevation 737 feet
Min Elevation 41 feet
Max Elevation 1,250 feet
£15.00 registrationTy Gobaith Fundraising Office, Llys Conwy, 16-18 Bangor Road, CONWY, Conwy, LL32 8NH
Tel: 07435 967900
Saturday 26th May – 11am – 4pm – Llandudno
Last PROCESSIONS session this Saturday!
Come and join in with the banner making, all sewing abilities welcome.
@10 Vaughan St, Llandudno
(next door to the Mostyn)
Book your place here:
Harlech Fire and Sea Festival
Sunday May 27th – 11am – 11pm- Harlech
Not long to go now until May 27th when the Golden Torc mysteriously washes up on the beach at Harlech.
Come and be part of our epic tale.
Participate by building an amazing castle to stop the seventh wave returning for the Golden Torc.
Watch as the narrator gives the Torc to a bride for safe passage to the castle, where she is to be married.
Bring a picnic or barbecue but be a responsible participant by taking your rubbish home. Leave nothing but footprints.
For your plastic waste, add them to our fishing net sculpture for the amazing finale on 27th October.
Here’s some more info..
Are you ready for the epic sand castle making on Sunday at Harlech Beach? We asked Richard Eastwood, who will be supplying the biodegradable candles for your castles, for his Top Tips – here they are:
1. Have a plan of what you’re going to make.
2. Allow plenty of time, it takes longer than you might think.
3. Check the wind and make sure you will have a sheltered space/s for your candle/s.
4. Make a solid base. The key is to use a 1 part sand to 1 part water mix, and compact it.
5. Build up layers, compacting as you go, until you have your basic shape
6. Start carving from the top taking a little away at a time, and work down.
7. Have fun, it’s not a competition.
# At least two big buckets (one without a bottom if that’s possible), and the more little ones (like big yogurt pots) the merrier.
# A shovel or garden spade.
# Something to compact the sand, a 4″ (10cm) diameter log is brill.
# Something flat to carve with; a stiff piece of plastic or a butter knife work well.
# A desert spoon and a teaspoon
# A paint brush or two.
Mini Wellbeing Event
Friday June 1st – Cerrigydrudion
Join us in # Cerrigydrudion next Friday at our free wellbeing event. There will be seated bowls 🎳 and dancing 💃 to enjoy or you can you just have a chat whilst enjoying a lovely cuppa ☕️
Ymunwch â ni yng # Ngherrigydrudion ddydd Gwener nesaf yn ein digwyddiad lles am ddim. Cewch fwynhau bowlio 🎳 a dawnsio 💃 yn eich sedd, neu cewch sgwrsio â’ch gilydd dros baned braf
29 May to 2 June – Son of a Preacher Man
contact the Box Office for more information.
June 1st – Mersey Beatles
The Mersey Beatles will be performing live and doing two long spots of all the best Beatles songs, backed by resident DJ spinning lots of 60’s music.
Tickets £12.50 – contact Ray 07968957177
Rag Rug Making Demonstration
Tuesday May 29th – 10 – 5 – Trefriw
Join us for our rag rug making demonstrations to see
how to upcycle your old woollies. Hand-made textiles, fibres and tools for sale. At Trefriw Woollen Mills,
Main Road, Trefriw from 10am to 5pm. Phone: 01492 640462. Web: www.t-w-m.co.uk/
Summer of Stories
Wednesday May 30th -11 – 4 – Conwy Castle
-Come and discover more as part of Summer of Stories. Listen to
stories based on historical characters, legends and myths from across Wales. Drop in to listen to a
story based on Welsh culture and heritage. Each story can last up to 30 minutes. No booking
required. At Conwy Castle from 11am to 4pm. Entry charges apply.
Phone: 01492 592358. Web:
Forest Fun Day
Sunday June 3rd – 11- 2 – Colwyn Bay
Our next family fun forest school fun session is on Sunday 3rd June, 11am – 2pm. The woodland is a lovely place to be this spring. The bluebells are out, green leaves have opened on the trees and there is a constant sound of birdsong. I hope that you can join us. At this next session we will make charcoal pencils on the fire which you will then be able to use to make artwork to take home. We will also have the modelling clay out, mud play and as always, the chance to relax or socialise around the fire.
Price: £8 per person per session (adults and children – no charge for children under 3 years providing that there is at least 2 paying people as part of the same family booking). Lunch cooked on the fire and other refreshments included.
Limited spaces per session, booking essential. email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or send a message via our Facebook page.
Tuesday – May 29th – Llandudno
Raising funds for Sickle Cell Disease – Gloddaeth United Church, Chapel St.
Fair trade tea, coffee, bric-a-brac, stalls, cakes etc.
Ongoing and Repeated Events
Until 3 June – Estella Scholes – Circles, Stones, and Fragments from the Shore
– Our series of solo exhibitions celebrating contemporary printmaking continues in Gallery 6 with Estella
Scholes. In-sight 14 – A new collection of work by artists from North Wales in MOSTYN Gallery Cafe
at MOSTYN, in partnership with Helfa Gelf Art Trail. Nigel Morris – Sophie Scharer – Kiran Sharma –
Swondonkey. The exhibition is curated by Mark Hughes, MOSTYN.
Until 1 July – Shezad Dawood- Leviathan –
Leviathan is an episodic narrative around notions of borders, mental health and marine
welfare – issues of foremost concern and which resonate profoundly with coastal locations and present
day life. Mike Perry – Land / Sea – Mike Perry’s work engages with significant and pressing environmental
issues, in particular the tension between human activity and interventions in the natural environment, and
the fragility of the planet’s ecosystems.
MOSTYN – 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno. Open Tuesday to Sunday,
10.30am to 4pm. Phone: 01492 879201. Web: www.mostyn.org
5 to 30 May – Exhibitions: A Passion for Wales;David Lloyd Griffith RCA and Mary Lloyd Jones RCA. The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art is a charity whose
aim is to create enjoyment of visual art through a lively exhibition and education programme.Royal Cambrian Academy – Crown Lane, Conwy. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 5pm. Phone:
01492 593413. Web: www.rcaconwy.orgEvery Tuesday in June – Llanddulas Male Voice Choir Concerts – The ever popular,
internationally famous Llanddulas Male Voice Choir will perform concerts with both piano and harp
accompaniment. At Gloddaeth United Church, Chapel Street, Llandudno from 8pm. Tickets: £5.
Phone: 01745 823791. Web: www.llanddulaschoir.co.uk
Every Tuesday and Thursday – Male Voice Choir Concerts – Until 18 October. Enjoy the
wonderful sound of Wales in the beautiful atmosphere of St John’s. Singing in both Welsh and
English. At St John’s Methodist Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno from 8pm. Tickets: £7 (£1
discount for Conwy card holders). Phone: 01492 860439. Web: www.stjohnsllandudno.org/
Every Thursday in June – Antique, Collectors and Vintage Fair – A very popular Antique and
Collectors Fair in the Snowdonia National Park. We have on sale a wide variety of goods with
prices to suit everybody. At St Mary’s Church Hall, Holyhead Road, Betws-y-Coed from
9am to 4pm. Admission: adult 50p, children under 16 free. Phone: 01492 518597. Web:
Every Friday until 21 December – Rhos-on-Sea Country Market – With home baked bread, cakes,
preserves, fresh eggs, plants, many handcrafted cards and gifts. Refreshments available, everyone
welcome. At the United Reformed Church, Colwyn Avenue, Rhos-on-Sea from 10am to 12pm. Phone:
We look in detail about an event or issue in the Conwy area
Sometimes all we need is companionship in the darkest places and they appear to be brighter.
It is with this mentality that Veterans Shed UK have taken the Men’s Shed idea and brought it one step forward providing help and support for veterans. The shed has for an age often been a place for men to find calm and comfort and quiet from the outside world, a world in and of itself, of creation and mending. The only problem with this is that men are often alone in coping with their worries and stress. With the concept of a man shed that Veterans Shed have used, this is no longer an issue.
In order to understand what Veterans Shed do you must first know what a man’s shed is. The concept originated from Australia in order to help isolation in retired men. Although there are charities to help in this matter, research shows that men are unlikely to accept the help. Gradually the idea spread to Ireland – there now being 200, and there are now 14 sheds in Wales (Veterans shed being one of them).
The Veterans Shed takes part in the local community – from making a garden shed for a senior citizen to setting up a golf team in Conwy armed forces charity golf competition. They also provide an open ear to the tales and pains of veterans. They accept people of all ages from someone who’s completed basic training and people still serving and anything in between – anyone is welcome.
Here in Colwyn Bay the shed members meet up every Wednesday and as long as you are things It is a great tool to help oneself but yet you do not have to be alone in doing so if you should choose. If you are a member of the Services or a past service member, why don’t you come and see what veterans shed is all about? – you never know it might be what you’re looking for.
If you’re not a veteran or currently serving in the forces don’t worry there are a number of different men’s sheds all across the country – why not look into where your local men’s shed group is situated -they can be a great help in combating loneliness and isolation.
For more information about the Veterans shed go to :
email@example.com or phone 07872382136
Our current location for our Wednesday 7pm meetings is:-
22 Station Road
Men’s Shed Cymru
Article by TVConwy volunteer – Jordan Reilly
Photos courtesy of Veterans Shed
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