Article from the Rhyl Journal
Smiles and laughter were conjured up during a magic event to celebrate a society’s 75th anniversary.
It took place at Rhyl’s Botanical Gardens and was hosted by the North Wales Magic Circle (NWMC).
As well as puppets and entertainers there were also bubbles galore.
The circle also held its annual children’s entertainer competition and Mr Magico – real name Eddie Hughes – was crowned the winner.
Janet Newman-Carty, president-elect and secretary of the NWMC said: “The afternoon went really well. The botanical gardens put up a marquee and we managed to get everyone under cover.
“We were really happy with the amount of visitors. There was a good turnout.
“Everyone enjoyed what was on offer, including Punch and Judy, balloon models, bubbles and the competition.
“Mr Magico was a deserving winner. He is very traditional in his craft.”
This was a free event. Money was raised for three children’s charities including Happy Faces, T Gobaith and Chernobyl Children.
Article reproduced from the Rhyl Journal
We’ve been featured three times in this week’s Rhyl Journal, on three consecutive pages!
On page 31, there’s an article about the North Wales Magic Circle’s 75th anniversary, and the event that we’re holding in the Botanical Gardens in Rhyl to celebrate. There’s more information in our previous blog post.
Finally, on page 33 there’s coverage of The Greatest Show on Turf, an event in Prestatyn that featured escapology, hula hooping, and circus skills. Again, look out for an upcoming post with photos. You can also read the full article on the Rhyl Journal website.
Spring Fun was the first event organised by new events coordinator at Prestatyn Town Council, Kimberley Edmunds.
Kimberley said: “Everyone had an extremely fun filled time. People travelled from outside the area as well as coming from within the town due to the fact that the event took place towards the end of the school holiday rather than the main Easter weekend when there is a lot of competition for activities to get involved with.
It was lovely seeing families working together to solve the treasure hunt and seeing the joy on the faces when they solved the clues to create a word and win their prizes.
“The street shows and walkabout entertainment provided by Erywd Le Fol and Jay Gatling was hugely successful. Many families returned for the second day of the event just to see them perform again.”
You can view the full article on the Rhyl Journal website, or by clicking on the image to the left.