Friday – 2- 4 – Llandudno
Come along to The Rabbit Hole in Llandudno and join in the fun. Aberconwy Mind hold their annual fun day this weekend – with performances by Ghostbuskers, raffles, a BBQ,quizzes, stall and much more.
Sioe Eglwysbach Show
Saturday – 09:30 onwards – Eglwysbach
Cattle, Sheep, Heavy and Light Horses, Poultry, Flowers, Vegetables, Handicrafts, Children’s Classes, Speed Shearing Competition, Fun Dog Show – Donkey Rides, Tractors and Classic Machinery, Trade Stands, Fairground, and Art Exhibition*
Gates open at 9.30am and continues to the Grand Parade at 4.00pm followed by the Speed Shearing Competition
A great day out for all the family
Admission £7:50 Adults £2.50 children
For more info go to http://www.eglwysbachshow.co.uk/en/
Arddangosfa Gelf / Art Exhibition
Saturday – Monday 14th – 10am – 7pm
The Eglwysbach Show Art Exhibition is held at Neuadd Aberconway Hall from Saturday, 5th August to Monday, 14th August. Open Show day Over 250 works of art by local artists available at reasonable prices.
Friday – Sunday – Colwyn Bay
Ukulele acts from across the UK will be visiting Colwyn bay this weekend and performing in venues across the town over the next three days.
So check out http://www.uke-a-bay.co.uk or visit the Uka-A-Bay 2017 page on Facebook to find out more!
Friday – 10am – Eirias Park
Meet at Eirias Park gates to catch the Number 12 bus to Llanddulas for the start of this 4.5 mile walk back to Eirias Park
Cheese and Wine Evening
Friday – 7:30 – Llandudno Junction – Gwinllan
Come and join us for an evening of Cheese and Wine pairing! And if the weather permits, we will take a wander over to the vineyard and talk about a year in the vineyard! Book online at www.gwinllanconwy.co.uk
Saturday 12:30 – 3pm
Pop along – have a cuppa and a chat and help raise funds for St. David’s Hospice – Mochdre’s Veterinary and Hydrotherapy will hold an Open Day with tea, coffee and cake and all proceeds will go to the hospice.
A Glimpse of Wales
Saturday and Sunday – 10 – 4 – Llandudno Junction
An exhibition and sale of
paintings and cards by artist Mary Atherton. Seascapes, landscapes and townscapes. In the LookOut from
10am to 4pm. Free event.
Saturday 2 – 4 Penrhynside Village Hall
All proceeds to the St. David’s Hpspcie
Car Boot Sale
Mind, Body, Spirit and Yoga Festival
Sunday 11 -4 – Theatr Clwyd Mold
Over 30 exhibitors showcasing the best of mind, body and spirit. An array of artisans, artists, ethnic clothing, incense, handmade jewellery, readers, holistic therapists and healers and much more.
FREE ADMISSION, FREE WORKSHOPS and FREE PARKING!
You can find out more about our events here: http://
Photo courtesy of Gerrit Forrester
Family Fun Days
Thursday – Sundays -11 – 4 – Conwy Castle
A range of medieval activities for families.
Until 27 August – Family Fun Days – Come and enjoy some traditional medieval games at Conwy
Castle. Thursdays and Fridays: come along and let the kids try their hands at some archery or have a go
at knocking the king off the shy. Saturdays and Sundays: see the birds of prey in residence. From 11am to
Sunday – 2pm onwards – The King’s Head Pub – Llandudno
A fine display of very talented local and regional bands playing live
music outside the pub on our raised patio area. A good time is guaranteed for all. At Kings Head, Old Road,
Llandudno from 2pm. Phone: 01492 877993. Web: www.kingsheadllandudno.co.uk
Saturday – 10 – noon – Towyn
Come along to the Maranatha hall – enjoy a cuppa, slice of cake or a bacon bap – all proceeds to go to St. Kentigern’s Hospice
Mondays 10:30 – 4 – Penrhyn Castle – Bangor
** Chwarae gyda’r elfennau! / Playing with the elements **
Mae Castell Penrhyn yn lleoliad perffaith i gynnal gemau ac anturiaethau awyr agored. Bob dydd Llun yn ystod y gwyliau ysgol mae’r tîm Elfennau Gwyllt yn cynnig dewis gwahanol o weithgareddau 50 o bethau i’w gwneud cyn eich bod chi’n 11 3/4.
Here at Penrhyn Castle we have the perfect setting for so many outdoor games and adventures that we almost don’t quite know what to do first. Every Monday throughout the school holidays, the team from Wild Elements have a different set of activities for you to get stuck into from 50 things to do before you’re 11 3/4.
Vintage and Vinyl Fair
Thursday – Saturday 10 – 5pm – Llandudno
A 3 day fair with the largest collection of vinyl records on offer
in Llandudno, plus lots of great vintage and retro items. Step back to the swinging 60s with something for
everyone. At St Johns Methodist Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno from 10am to 5pm. Free admission and
items on sale from £1. Phone: 07801 564622. Web: www.beatlesdays.com
Birds of Bodnant
Monday 11 -2pm
Garden – Led by a specialist from Birdwatching Trips, find out about
the species that live in the garden and how to identify them by sight and
sound. From 11am to 12pm. Booking essential.
Tuesday 12 – 3pm
Come along and
discover some of the weird and wonderful creatures in our pond. From
12pm to 3pm. Booking not needed.
Young Zoologist Days
Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 – 4 – Colwyn Bay – Welsh Mountain Zoo
The theme this year is Habitats and each day we’ll be exploring a different habitat and find out more about what it’s like to live there, and how the animals are adapted to survive. The days are for children aged 8-13 and run from 10-4, with drop off and pick up at the overflow car park across the road from the main zoo.
£12 ( members ) £20 ( non members )
Car Boot Sales
Sundays – Ty Hapus – Llandudno
Saturday and Sunday 10am – 7pm – Caernarvon
Digwyddiad am Ddim ar gyfer y teulu i gyd! Ymuno â ni ar y 12eg a 13eg o Awst 2017 am hwyl herfeiddiol! Mwy o gwybodaeth i ddilyn!
Free event for all the family!
Join us 12th & 13th August 2017 for Swashbuckling fun!
Music from the 70’s and 80’s
Sunday – noon – 6pm – Rhyl Arena
Take a trip back to the 70s and 80s with a free day of music in Rhyl. Denbighshire County Council, supported by Rhyl Town Council, is hosting the event with acts including The Christians, Doctor and the Medics, Aswad and Odyssey.
It all takes place at Rhyl Arena on Sunday, August 13, between midday and 6pm. Cllr Bobby Feeley, Denbighshire’ lead member for Well-being and Independence, said: “The line-up features the best of the great acts from the 70s and 80s which are guaranteed to remind you of singing into your hairbrush.
“This is a rare opportunity to dig out your legwarmers and relive those days to the full. “You’ll be singing along to every song and you could even join in the big sing or do a star turn on stage. “This is going to be a great family day out, so come along and join the fun at Rhyl Arena.”
Originally from Liverpool, The Christians’ hits include Harvest for the World while Doctor and the Medics are best known for their cover of Norman Greenbaum’s Spirit in the Sky. Aswad rose to prominence in the 1980s with hits including Don’t Turn Around and as well as New York disco pioneers Odyssey, the line-up is completed by Ska Britannia and guest DJs.
The public will not be allowed to bring alcohol to the event and only ‘sealed’ plastic bottles of water/juice will be allowed on site. There will be a bar and caterers on site throughout the festival.
Everything you need to know:
Rhyl Arena 70’s & 80’s Festival takes place at Rhyl Arena on Sunday, August 13 , between midday and 6pm.
By car: The postcode for sat-nav is LL18 3AF
The nearest railway station/bus station to the Arena is approximately 0.5miles distance.
Every Monday – Harmony Singers –
Monday Night is Music Night – The Harmony Singers are a local
choir who perform every Monday night until 18 September. The choir perform varied music, something
for everyone. All proceeds to local and national charities. At St John’s Methodist Church, Mostyn Street,
Llandudno from 8pm (doors open 7.30pm). Tickets: adult £7, child £3.
Phone: 07912 292230. Web:
Every Tuesday – Conwy Country Market
Held every Tuesday with home-made quality produce including
cakes, savouries and preserves, beautifully hand-crafted gift items, plant stall and refreshments. At Royal
British Legion, Church Street, Conwy from 9.45am to 12pm. Phone: 01745 870117
Every Tuesday – Century of Musicals – An evening of musical theatre with show songs from the
past century every Tuesday until 5 September. LMP present one of Llandudno’s most popular summer
seasons with a show to lift your spirits. We hope you can join us! At Town Hall, Lloyd Street, Llandudno
from 8pm. Tickets: adult £7.50, child £5 (under 16). Phone: 07403 208885. Web:
Every Tuesday and Thursday – Welsh Male Voice Choir Concerts – Enjoy the wonderful sound of Welsh
Male Voice Choirs, together with soloists from around the area, every Tuesday and Thursday until 19
October. At St John’s Methodist Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno from 8pm to 10pm. Tickets £7. Discount
for holders of Conwy Residents’ Card. Phone: 01492 860439. Web: www.stjohnsllandudno.org/concerts.html
Every Wednesday – Vintage and Antique Fair – Super vintage and antique fair to be held every
Wednesday until 27 September with lots of great stalls. At Town Hall, Lloyd Street, Llandudno from 8am
29 July to 9 September – Annual Summer Exhibition – A highlight of the year – Academicians from all
over Wales have the opportunity to present their most recent work. At Royal Cambrian Academy, Crown
Lane, Conwy. Open Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm. Phone: 01492 593413. Web: www.rcaconwy.org