Charity Tractor Run
Sunday – 10 – Bryn-Y-Maen – Mochdre – Bryn Pydew – Llanelian – Llangernyw – Bryn – Y – Maen
There will be a charity tractor run in aid of the Wales Air Ambulance this Sunday – so give them a wave and cheer them on!
Entrance for each driver is £10
Contact Gareth on 01492 580724
The Good, the Bad and the Rotters! – The Fungi Kingdom
Friday – 12 – Penrhyn Bay
Dave Prome will give this talk on the fungi kingdom , particularly edible and poisonous ones – as well as the wood munchers!
at St. David’s Church
Admission £2 includes refreshments
Johnunderwood100@gmail.com or 07783773225/01492 533459
Guide Dogs for the Blind Annual Autumn Fayre
Saturday – 2 – 4 Penmaenmawr
With a good selection of stalls including cakes, Christmas cards, raffle, bottle tombola, Guide Dogs merchandise and much more.
Come along and support this very worthy event and help us to help others.
At Noddfa Retreat, Conway Old Road, Penmaenmawr from 2pm to 4pm.
Admission: £1.50, children under 12 free.
Phone: 01492 875098
Saturday – 10 – noon – Rhos-On-Sea
Come along, enjoy a cuppa and a cake and help raise funds for the RNLI – lots of stalls, including Christmas cards, white elephant, beauty products and more..
At the Colwyn Bay Cricket Club, Penrhyn Ave., Rhos-on-Sea
Free Lecture – The Ecology and Management of Marine Aliens
Thursday – 7pm – Mostyn – Llandudno
This lecture is the 2nd in a series of fortnightly talks sponsored by the National Research Network for Low Carbon Energy and Environment.
Call 01492 868191 or pop into the shop at MOSTYN Gallery
Monday-11 – 12:30 – Tal-Y-Cafn
Find out about the birds of Bodnant
Garden on a walk led by a local expert. From 11am to 12.30pm.
Visit the website for details of more activities at this site:
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bodnant-garden. Entry charges apply –
Saturday – 7:30 – Rhos-on-Sea
The Welsh based charity Tenovus will be holding a concert to celebrate their 75th birthday at the United Reformed Church in Rhos .
The performers will be the Llandudno Sing With Us Tenovus choir and also student musicians supported by the staff of Conwy County Music Service.
Entrance is free but donations to Tenovus always welcome.
Coffee Morning and Open Day
Saturday 10:30 – 1:30 – Llandudno
Come along and view our beautiful festive range of gifts, jewellery, accessories and confectionery plus the new range of Christmas Cards for 2018.
Enjoy refreshments in the Hospice’ very own Café Dewi, plus see our care facilities first hand and gain valuable insights into hospice life. Learn more about volunteering for St David’s and meet the staff.
Find out more about how your support makes a real difference to local people in your community.
Entry £2 (on the door) includes tea/coffee and cake
Thursday 3pm – Colwyn Bay Library
Friday – 3pm – St. Mary’s Church Hall, Betws – Y – Coed
James L Williams – author of “Ghostly Witnesses ” will speak about overcoming total blindness to write his first published book ( also available in Audio version )
St. Mary’s Church Hall, Betws-Y-Coed
For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday -10AM – Great Orme
The group will leave the roadside car park above the church at 10 for this 4 mile walk led by Margaret.
Saturday – 10AM – Bethesda
Jean and Andy will lead this 8.5 mile walk from Bethesda car park.
For more info go to : http://www.conwyvalleyra.org.uk
Friday – 7pm – Penrhyn Bay – Community Library
An evening of fabulous fables with internationally renowned storyteller Christian Rogers.
For curious souls 13 and over.
This is a free event – donations in the hat at the end of the evening always welcome.
Friday – 8:30 – Rhos-On-Sea
The Retro Brothers will be playing at the Rhos-on-Sea Golf Club.
Music from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.
Free entry – bar and food available.
Sunday – Llandudno
Dig out the neon, the sparkles and the onesies and let’s have some fun!
Following the sell out of the first Great Orme Giant Walk we have launched a new date for this 10 and 20 mile fun walk around the fabulous Great Orme, Llandudno.
Choose between the full 20 miles daytime and nightime adventure.. or for the 10 mile option you can chose between a day time start, or set off a bit later in time to see the sunset from the Great Orme.
20 miles – (estimated 5 – 8 hours to complete)
10 miles day – (estimated 2.5 – 4 hours to complete)
10 miles night – (estimated 3 – 4.5 hours to complete)
The route will take you round the Great Orme to the beautiful west shore beach and finish back at Bodafon Farm Park with a celebration.. including a well earned glass of fizz and cake!
FUNDRAISE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE CHARITY, OR JUST DO IT FOR FUN!
From £17 – for more info – go to https://www.breeseadventures.co.uk/
Libraries Live – Dance Workshops and Live Music
Friday – Abergele Library—10:30
Dawns I Bawb: Suitable for all ages and abilities. A unique opportunity to take part in an adult dance and movement session at the library.
Friday – 5 – 7 – Llandudno Library
Merthyr singer, Eadyth and Wrexham band, Seazoo will be performing. Bookings will be via Eventbrite.
Friday – 8pm – Llanfairfechan
Come along to The Split Willow and hear about those who shaped industry in Wales.
This is a series of meeting ( held mostly in the medium of Welsh ) – by The North Wales Agricultural Machinery Preservation Society.
New members always welcome.
Friday – 4:30 – 8pm – Ty Pawb – Wrexham
Join us for the exhibition launch and prize announcing of North East Wales’ leading open art competition, the Wrexham Open.
This year’s exhibition is being hosted by Tŷ Pawb and Undegun, Wrexham with the support of Wrexham County Borough Council, THIS Project, East Street Arts and the Arts Council of Wales.
4.30pm Meet & greet, refreshments. LED lantern making (open to all ages)
5.30pm Welcome speeches
6.45pm Lantern walk from Tŷ Pawb to Undegun
7.00pm – Drop-in badge making, ‘alternative open’
7.30pm – Prize announcements
8.00pm – After party
Mae arddangosfa eleni yn cael ei chynnal gan Tŷ Pawb ac Undegun gyda chefnogaeth Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Wrecsam, THIS Project, East Street Arts a Chyngor Celfyddydau Cymru.
@ Tŷ Pawb
4.30pm – Cyfarfod a sgwrs, lluniaeth. Gwneud llusernau LED (ar agor i bob oed)
5.30pm – Isithiau croeso
6.45pm – Llwybr Lantern o Tŷ Pawb i Undegun
7.00pm – Gwneud bathodynnau, ‘Wrecsam Agored amgen’
7.30pm – Cyhoeddiadau gwobrau
8.00pm – Parti
Friday 10 -4 – Bodafon Farm – Llandudno
2 x1 pizza at the cafe.
Thursday – Saturday – Venue Cymru – Llandudno
When Stella sets off to visit London with her parents, Lord and Lady Saxby, she has no idea her life is in danger! Waking up three months later, only her Aunt Alberta can tell Stella what has happened. But not everything Aunt Alberta tells her turns out to be true and Stella quickly discovers she’s in for the fight of her life against her very own awful Auntie!
Venue Cymru – Promenade, Llandudno. Phone: 01492 872000. Web: www.venuecymru.co.uk
Charity Face Painting
Saturday – 12 – 4:30 – Bodafon Farm – Llandudno
In conjunction with the Great Orme Giant Walk , Let’s Arty Party will be in the function room at registration with a big box of paints and glitters to add colour and sparkle . A 50p donation will be made from every facepaint on the day . No need to be taking part in the walk – come and have your face painted and help raise money for charity 🙂
We at Pie Records happily invite you all to yet another immersive night of music, chatter and creativity at Pie Records!
This Thursday’s performance is provided by the brilliant –
* Effy Jones *
This event is FREE ENTRY / Music starts 8pm
* ALSO FEATURING *
– VIDEO GAMES
– LIVE ART
– BOARD GAMES
Food served until 8.30pm
Big Ideas Workshop
Sunday -11 – 12:30 – Bodafon Farm – Llandudno
Come along to our #CuppawithaCopper next Monday (15/10) from 1pm at Costa on Castle Street, Conwy.
PCSO Bev Owen will be joined by Tobi Smith from Trading Standards to chat and give advice about any issues or concerns you may have.
The Submerged Cathedral – A Tribute to Debussy
Thursday 6:30 – Bangor
Pontio, Theatr Bryn Terfel
Claude Debussy in music, pictures and words
Iwan Llewelyn-Jones piano
Bethan Rhys Roberts presenter
A special tribute to one of the twentieth century’s charismatic composers, Claude Debussy, and an opportunity for audiences of every age and background to experience his unique musical vision. Debussy’s music is introduced in a theatrical context which combines visual and literary elements, asking who was this remarkable man and who and what were his main influences, ranging from the sublime to the every day. It was these that stimulated him to compose some of the most colourful and popular works of the twentieth century, with titles such as ‘Clair de lune’, ‘Fireworks’, ‘Goldfish’ and the ‘Underwater Cathedral’.
The pianist Iwan Llewelyn-Jones will be performing a cross-section of Debussy’s solo works for the piano. Jointly, the broadcaster and television presenter, Bethan Rhys Roberts, will provide an insight into the musical content, with readings in French, Welsh and English, as well as articles from Debussy’s own writings.
Tel: 01248 38 38 28
In Conversation with John Boyne
Pontio, Theatr Bryn Terfel
John Boyne, one of Ireland’s finest contemporary writers joins us for an evening in conversation with Jon Gower.
Author of ten novels for adults and five for younger readers, including The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas which was made into a hugely successful film ten years ago, and last year’s The Heart’s Invisible Furies, described by Simon Humphreys as ‘Savvy, witty and achingly sad, this is a novelist at the top of his game.’
John Boyne is well respected and admired by critics and readers alike. He will be talking to Jon Gower about his life and work, and about his latest book, A Ladder to the Sky, a novel about literary ambition and how easy it is to achieve the world if you are prepared to sacrifice your soul.
There will be a post talk Q&A. Also, Palas Print will be selling the author’s publications and there will be a signing session near Ffynnon bar.
Age guidance: 11+
Saturday – 11:30 and 2:30 – Bangor
Imagine being far, far from home and all alone, arriving in a remote snow-bound village, surrounded by dense forest and strange noises. This is how Yana’s story begins. She can’t understand a word anyone says and the other children tease her with tales of mythical mountain monsters. Then things start to get really hairy …
Featuring exquisite music, Arctic landscapes and a cast of extraordinary puppets, Yana and the Yeti is aimed at family audiences (5+). This is a dark, funny and poignant tale of a small child’s determination to be understood and her discovery that friends can come in the most unexpected shapes and sizes.
This show was made in Northern Norway, above the arctic circle, where Yetis still exist.
FREE post-show puppet making workshop with Eleri Jones
No language, 5+
Ongoing and Repeated Events
Welsh Craft Fair
Thursday – Llandudno
Every from Art, Pottery, Slate art, Pens, scarves, waxes, Jewellery, Pendants, there is so much.
Packed with 34 6ft tables.
Cars & Coffee on the Prom
Sunday – 9 – 2 – Rhos-On-Sea
summer from April to September for owners and lovers of classic and vintage cars. Attendance is free, so come along and meet like-minded enthusiasts to share stories, boast or covet. Everyone is welcome. On the Promenade, Rhos-on-Sea from 9am to 2pm. Phone: 07962 421417. Web: www.facebook.com/groups/272196209803253/
Classic Movie Club
Every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month – 2pm – Llanrhos
Come along to Llanrhos Old School and see a classic movie twice a month.
Cakes and drinks from 2:00
Rhos-on-Sea Country Market
Every Friday until 21 December – 10 – 12
everyone welcome. At the United Reformed Church, Colwyn Avenue, Rhos-on-Sea
Phone: 01492 544920
Male Voice Choir Concerts
Every Tuesday and Thursday until 18 October -8pm – Llandudno
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/
15 September to 20 October – 11 – 5 – Conwy
Phone: 01492 593413. Web: www.rcaconwy.org
MOSTYN – Llandudno
works from the David Roberts Collection. This exhibition explores shifts in perception of objects and
materials from contemporary daily life.
Sunday, 10.30am to 4pm. Phone: 01492 879201. Visit the website
for details of more activities at this site: www.mostyn.org
Conwy Country Market
Every Tuesday – 9:45 – noon – Conwy
We have a fabulous range of unique handmade crafts, including jewellery, greeting cards, knitted, crocheted, sewn and wooden items, along with seasonal plants, vegetables and fresh flowers. We also sell delicious home baking including cakes, biscuits and savouries and also preserves, jams and marmalade. Orders can be taken. Our café offers a very good selection of teas, coffees and snacks. As well as Facebook you can find us on Line-Up.
Country Markets members are of all ages and from all walks of life, but they are all passionate about offering the best quality local produce. All products sold at a Country Market are made by the members themselves in their own kitchens, grown in their own gardens or crafted in their own homes.
Every Tuesday at the Conwy Comrades Club.
Lots of delicious home-made food – all welcome!
We are situated opposite the Conwy Visitor’s Centre near the Conwy Castle car park. Look for our flags and signs!
Fridays -5:15 – 6:45 Colwyn Bay
Fun for all the family at the Friday Night Roller Disco!
Every Friday, Colwyn Leisure Centre, 5:15 – 6:45pm
Skates available to hire from a Child’s 8 – Adults 12
Cost is £4.50 per skater & £1 for skate hire!
No need to book, just turn up!
Parties also available during our public session – please ask for details 🙂🎈🎉
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: