UK Armed Forces Day
Saturday 11 – 5pm – Llandudno
Llandudno will be brought to life with a weekend of events to thank the men and women and their families who have given so much to ensure that we are kept safe and live in a democratic society. This fantastic day will start with a Parade at 11am, followed by an airshow.
There will be a variety of performances in the Arena on Bodafon Fields from 13:00 until 17:00. Bodafon fields will be full of different military related assets, charities and entertaiment and will be open from 10:00 until 17:00.
On the Promenade
11:00 Parade Starts
16:30 Beach Raid
12:00 Red Arrows
12:25 Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
In the Arena
13:00 RAF Military Working Dogs
13:25 RM Unarmed Combat Display
13:45 Band of the Sea Cadets
14:00 RLC Silver Stars
14:15 RN Raiders
14:35 Band of the Army Cadets
14:50 Gurkha Khukuri Dance
15:05 Band of the Air Cadets
15:25 4 Para Infantry Demo
15:40 Armed Forces Rally Team
15:55 RM Unarmed Combat Display
16:15 RAF Falcons
16:40 Music Concert
Activities and Timings may be subject to change
For mor information please visit our website:
Town Centre, Llandudno, Conwy, LL302RP
Live Music at the Tabernacl
Saturday and Sunday
CALL + Ceg yn cyflwyno / presents :
An amazing weekend of Live Music to finish off our series of Live events at the Tabernacl in Llandudno. Separate nights & Weekend tickets available – see below!
Cerddoriaeth fyw yn y Tabernacl / Live Music at the Tabernacle.
on / ar
Nos Sadwrn // Saturday 30/06/18
Chris Helme – http://www.chrishelme.co.uk/
Chris Helme former front man of the Sea Horses has an acclaimed voice and imaginative melodic songs combined with intricate three-way guitar interplay. //
Mae gan Chris Helme, cyn-brif leisydd The Seahorses, lais ardderchog a chaneuon melodig dychmygus sy’n plethu’n berffaith â chyfeiliant cain a chrefftus gan dair gitâr.
£10 ar-lein//on-line athttps://tabernaclfinaleweekend.brownpapertickets.com,
£12 ar y drws//on the door
and on / ac ar
Nos Sul // Sunday
Tom Blackwell – https://www.blackwellsongs.com
Tom Blackwell is a visceral and dynamic singer songwriter from the North West with an exciting country blues feel. //
Mae Tom Blackwell yn gyfansoddwr tra chynhyrchiol o’r Gogledd Orllewin a chanddo steil blŵs / canu gwlad cyffrous.
£8 ar-lein//on-line at https://tabernaclfinaleweekend.brownpapertickets.com,
£10 ar y drws//on the door
Tocyn Penwythnos £15 Weekend Ticket
ar-lein/on-line at https://tabernaclfinaleweekend.brownpapertickets.com
Bar ar y safle//Bar On Site
Tabernacle Chapel, Upper Mostyn Street, Llandudno. LL30 2SW
Live Music and Street Food
Saturday – 4pm onwards – Llandudno
Mini Music Festival and PopUp Street Food
‘introducing new & fresh local artists’
Saturday 30th June FROM 4PM – till late
LIVE MUSIC – CRAFT ALE BAR AND FOOD – TICKETS £10
Billy Bibby is a singer/songwriter from Llandudno. This is a homecoming gig for the singer who has just come off the back of a big UK Tour with his band The Wry Smiles. Performing solo you can expect a stripped back acoustic set of Billy’s back catalogue of songs.
Fans of rock/indie music won’t be disappointed but with this being an acoustic set it should also encourage fans of Folk, Americana and country alike.
So come along and experience a great live set!!
Saturday – Sunday July 15th – Colwyn Bay
Make a date in your diary to visit the Denbighshire Art Society 78th Summer Exhibition at The Studio, 10 Penrhos Road, Colwyn Bay, LL28 4DB. The exhibition is open from Saturday 30th June – Sunday 15th July, 11am – 5pm daily. Members will be exhibiting new work comprising oils, acrylics, pastels and watercolours. There will be a charity raffle, refreshments and free admission. Parking is available in Penrhos Road and on the new promenade.At The Studio, 10 Penrhos Road, Colwyn Bay from
10am to 4pm. Free entry. Phone: 07808 473357. Web: www.dasoc.info/
Sensory Loss Centre Launch Day
Saturday 11 – 3pm – Colwyn Bay
Come along to the launch event for the North Wales Sensory Loss Centre 29th June 11am until 3pm. Meet the star of CBeebies Melody, get involved in activities and games and enjoy the fun!
Saturday – 12 – 5
So much on at this popular event – a procession, fancy dress competition, hog roast, bands, dancers, and much more – lots of fun for all the family!
Stand-up at the Seaside
Friday – 8pm – Tudur Owen
F YOU LIKE LAUGHING, you’ll love this. Tudur Owen’s brand new show is coming to Stand-up at the seaside, The Station, Colwyn Bay on FRIDAY JUNE 29.
Another joyous stand up show from BAFTA winning comedian and father of Welsh people Tudur Owen. Greatness doesn’t come easy to Tudur so he’s given up trying, and thinks the rest of the world should do the same. In his quest for underachievement he’s realised that if you aim for the moon and miss you’ll be long dead before you reach any stars. Join him as he romps through tales of royal meetings, immortality and a very anxious dog.
‘Riotously Funny’ ★★★★ (The Reviews Hub). As heard on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show. For tickets message here, contact email@example.com or The Station, Colwyn Bay. Please share with comedy fans everywhere and catch exclusive preview of this show before it hits the Edinburgh fringe.
Saturday – 8pm -Mandy Knight
“A stream of priceless one-liners…” The Guardian
“A virtuoso comedienne…” The Independent
We’re delighted to welcome one of the circuit’s finest to headline Stand-up at the seaside at The Station, Colwyn Bay.
Multi-award winning comic and writer Mandy Knight is outstanding in the field of stand-up, not just for wowing both domestic and international audiences, not just for being the first female to regularly compere Jongleurs and The Comedy Store UK and not just for standing out in a male dominated industry but because after twenty-five years of working every world comedy circuit, from Sidney to Sidmouth, she is still as fresh and relevant as the day she stepped onto the stage. Support from the fabulous Harriet Dyer and the unmissable Wes Zaharuk, please audience joke competition with prizes and resident MC Dave Rothnie. Please message here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets.
Llanrwst Gala Day
Sunday – 10 -5pm – Gwydir Park
Lots of fun for all the family – dogs shows, majorettes, fairground rides, stalls and much more
Festival Of Flowers
Friday – Sunday – 10 – 4 – Llanrwst
Come along to St. Grwst’s Church in Llanrwst and see this beautiful display – with a musical presentation and refreshments too
Admission is free but donations welcome – towards the Reordering project.
Friday – 7:30 – Maenan
A wonderful evening of great food and entertainment – a 3 course meal followed by coffee and mints and live music by Clara Bloom.
Casino tables, roulettte, blackjack etc.
Tickets available from Ray 07968957177
Friday – 2:30 – 4:30 – Deganwy – Peniel Chapel
All welcome to come along- enjoy a cuppa and a scone, bara brith etc.
All in aid of the Conwy County National Eisteddfod
For more info call 546028
Dragon Boat Challenge 2018
Saturday – Llanberis
Welcome to the annual 2018 St David’s Hospice Dragon Boat Challenge, a unique event to be held at Llyn Padarn, Llanberis (LL55 4TY) in the heart of Snowdonia. This fantastic day will see teams of 13 to 20 people racing 40ft long Hong Kong Dragon Boats on Padarn Lake with the quickest team to be crowned champions at the end of the day!
The event will be professionally run by Dragon Boat Events, the UK market leader, with over 25 years of experience in dragon boat racing. Only 30 teams can take part and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis on receipt of your deposit.
We are offering you the chance to compete in one of Britain’s most unique water sport activities, where the emphasis throughout the day is on the challenge, team building, fundraising and of course…FUN! Remember, everything is supplied on the day just bring your team, fancy dress outfits (optional) and join in the fun!
Tel: 01492 879058
Beauty and The Beast
Sunday – 2pm and 6pm – Theatr Colwyn – Colwyn Bay
Theatr Colwyn – Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay.
Phone: 01492 577888/872000. Web:
Community Car Boot Sale
Sunday – 7 – 12 – Llandudno Junction Community Centre
Community club car boot sale goes
Weekly from this Sunday 1st July 2018
Gates open from 7am for selling 7.30 buyers
Kitchen and toilets are available from 8am
Heather’s Bacon baps to the Big breakfast are available in the club house 🏠 Tea coffee and soft drinks also available
So why not pack up your car and trailer and get yourself to Communinty club it’s going to be a busy Sunday morning
Community club car boot team
For more info go to https://www.facebook.com/events/1257157181086623/
Cup Cakes for Charity
Sunday – 2pm – Llanelian
Come along to Llanelain Church, Colwyn Bay and enjoy a panad ( a cuppa ) and a cup cake in this beautiful church – all welcome!
Saturday – Betws-Y-Coed
This will be the Llanrwst circular – a 7 mile walk.
Sunday – 10 – Conwy
Dorreen will be leading this 6 mile walk from the Sychnant Pass car park
Monday – 10 – Crafnant
This strenuous 7 mile walk will be led by Peter and will go onto Creigiau Gleision
For more info go to : http://www.conwyvalleyra.org.uk/
Toy and Train Sale
Sunday – 10:30 – 3pm – Colwyn Bay – Eirias Park
Car Boot Sale and Classic Motorbike show
Saturday – 1pm – Rowen
Kids play area, great refreshments and lots of bargains
Saturday – 8:45 – 4pm
Now is the time to tick that Snowdon box in your bucket list…
EXPED’s Climb Snowdon Challenge I, is for those who just want to Climb and summit Snowdon itself. This is an ‘Open Event’ and, you will be joining other like minded trekkers in groups of a maximum size of 10. Your guide is a fully qualified Mountain Leader (ML) at a ratio of one ML per group of 10.
Never underestimate Snowdon if you are trekking up and down it. There are numerous routes that can be taken, depending on the ability and fitness of the group as a whole and, the weather at the time.
One of the classic routes is to take the Miner’s Path from Pen-y-Pass to the summit of Snowdon and then descended from the mountain by way of the Llanberis path. Or, you can start in Llanberis and end with the Miner’s Path in Pen y Pass.
Another classic descent/ascent route is the Pyg Track, which runs east for 2km with the ridge of Crib Goch above and Llyn Llydaw 200m below. From this point, you can see the pyramid mass of Snowdon’s summit. This route takes you through the basin of the Snowdon Horseshoe, which gives fantastic views of Crib Goch, Y Lliwedd and Crib y Ddysgl (Garnedd Ugain). Llyn Llydaw is the largest of Snowdon’s lakes on the east flanks. Legend has it, that this is the lake where King Arthur’s sword Excalibur, was thrown to the Lady of the Lake after the battle of Camlann.
Location: Snowdonia National Park, Llanberis / Snowdon Summit. Meeting location on is outside the Snowdon Mountain Railway Station for 8.45am located at LL55 4TT.. Finishing at 4 pm..
Book one of two Saturdays each month..
Minimum 2 Booking Adults, although please check as single bookings can in most cases, join an existing like minded group.
Tel: 01286 479902
At the Tivoli, Buckley
Friday – The Wildhearts
The EXPEDercise Fitness Challenge
#EXPEDercise #Train4Adventure #TakeTheDirtPath #Getoutside
EXPEDercise Fitness Challenge – We have introduced this new timed challenge for all our adventurers to assess their fitness levels on the first Sunday of every month throughout the year.
For only £6 per person, you can race against others over 1.5 mile or just get yourself round in 15 minutes. The EXPEDercise Fitness Challenge is a 2.4 km (1.5 mile) run on the first Sunday of each month. The course is on level ground and on a good running surface (2 laps of the village within Carmel – Start & Finish @ The Old School), including one up hill and one down hill. It is an individual best effort and you should aim to finish in less than 15 minutes.
The EXPEDercise Challenge, is a challenge that has been adopted from military training and called the Cooper Run test. It was originally designed by Kenneth H. Cooper in 1968 for US military use. In it’s initial form, the point of the test was to run as far as possible within 12 minutes. The test is meant to measure the condition of the person taking it and therefore, suppose to be run at a steady pace instead of sprints and fast running.
Most armies and police agencies of the world use a fixed distance. This is not exactly a Cooper test but a reasonable practical compromise, as long as the distance is of sufficient length to put a continuous load on the cardiovascular system for 10+ minutes.
For example, the British Army uses 1.5 miles, the Australian Army uses 2.4 kilometers, the US Army uses 2 miles and the US Marine Corps 3 miles. For each base the course is measured and local corrections (elevation, conditions, etc.) applied. Soldiers are sent off in waves, and timed over the finish line by some PTIs with a stopwatch.
Tel: 01286 479902
Snowdonia Challenge 2018
A brand new and unique event which started in North Wales in 2017. The only event of its kind in the UK!
Not for the faint hearted, to take on the full challenge you will need commitment and determination to prepare for and complete this event.
The Snowdonia Challenge is a walking challenge. It is a test of mental and physical resilience and team work and will take you on a journey of self discovery. It is inspired by multi-day challenges used as military training events in Europe.
This is not just about challenge and adventure though. Taking part in the Snowdonia Challenge you will be part of an amazing adventure where you will make new friends and explore parts of Snowdonia you’ve never been before.
Full event – 3 day walking event – 100km over 3 days
Or if you’d like to be a part of it but can’t commit to the full 3 days then join us for 1 or 2 days.
Each morning we start from the beautiful village of Betws-y-coed. On each day we follow a different route through the stunning Snowdonia mountains and forests starting from and returning to the same place each day.
Routes are well marked and marshalled along the way so no navigation is necessary.
Full details are available on the website.
RSPB – Llandudno Junction
Saturday – July 8th – Health and Wellbeing Week
with activities for all ages, including Yoga, Cycling (including balance bikes for little ones and electric
bikes), Mindfulness sessions, Tai Chi, Family Orienteering, Green Woodworking and Kelly Kettle
Sunday – 11 – Colwyn Bay
Come and join us for Family Fun in the Forest!
The popular Family Fun in the Forest sessions are an opportunity for the whole family to have fun together. Take part in games and arts and other activities, cook your lunch on the fire and more…..
£8.00 per person, per session which includes lunch and refreshments.
Advance booking is essential as places are limited.
To Book: Contact Us via or email email@example.com