Pie Records Arts Cafe are holding a celebration of their first year! Come on down to Rhos on Sea on Friday the 31st of August to join in the birthday fun.
Tickets are £10 and include food, and can be purchased here: https://www.pierecords.co.uk/product-page/big-top-birthday-31-08-2018
For more information, check out the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/227594727938468/
Join us for a day of live entertainment in Rhos on Sea with their 1960s themed Gala on Saturday 1st of September from 11am to 5pm.
- Compère Jay Gatling
- Live music & bands
- The Retros
- Stormy Monday
- Clara Bloom
- Knobbly Knees
- Glamorous Granny
- Boniest Baby
- Dapper Dog Show
- Best Head of Hair
- Fashion Show
- Tug of War
Information line: 07868 957177
Looking for something to do with the children in the school holidays? Come along to Wrexham, where there will be free children’s entertainment in both the Butcher’s Market and the General Market every Thursday and Friday in August.
Jay will be at the markets on the 30th and 31st of August at these times:
- 11am – Butcher’s Market
- 12pm – General Market
- 1.30pm – Butcher’s Market
- 2.30pm – General Market
For more information, visit Wrexham council’s website.
Robert Mann took some amazing photographs of the event, and has very kindly allowed us to share them here.
You can view the full gallery on Flickr, and be sure to visit www.robertmannmaphotography.com.
We’re looking forward to returning to Gwrych Castle on the 18th of August to take part in their Medieval Festival.
Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust have spent the past 21 years working to restore this unique building and grounds, and earlier this year they announced that they had finally been able to buy the castle, and safeguard it for the future. http://gwrychtrust.co.uk/index.php/2018/06/08/saved-for-the-nation-a-fairytale-welsh-castle-once-destined-for-royalty/
The events held at the castle are a great opportunity to look around, and the money raised will help to keep the castle open for future generation to enjoy.
There will be lots to see and do, check out the event page on Facebook for full details.
For more information on the history of Gwrych Castle, visit their website http://gwrychtrust.co.uk/