A hat-trick of newspaper articles

We’ve been featured three times in this week’s Rhyl Journal, on three consecutive pages!

Article from the Rhyl Journal titled "Magic in the gardens for 75th anniversary"

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.

Article from the Rhyl Journal titled "Archery and medieval knights liven up festival"On page 32 there’s a feature on the recent Medieval Festival in Gwrych Castle, near Abergele.  We’ll be posting a blog soon with pictures from the event.

Article from the Rhyl Journal titled "'Great escape' event is just magic"

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.

Prestatyn Field Day Festival 2017

Prestatyn Field Day Festival 207 takes place on the 18th of August at Bastion Road Field between 11am and 5pm.

The day is packed full of fun things to see and do, including: music, circus skills, magic, hula-hoopers, escapology, puppets, bouncy castles, games, stalls, rides, and much more!

It’s sure to be a great day out for whole family!

For more information, visit the Field Day Festival page on Facebook.

Jester and Wizard conjure up Spring Fun in Prestatyn

Jay and Erwyd were in the local news again this week, after performing at the Spring Fun Days in Prestatyn.

 

 

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.