Gatling Magic will be at the Melyd Hall Wedding Fayre in Prestatyn on Sunday 29th of April. (This event was originally scheduled for the 4th of March, but was postponed because of snow.)
The event starts at 12pm and entry is free.
For more information, and to book your tickets, visit the event page on Facebook.
Introducing the Springtime Special for all Brides and Grooms. If you’re visiting one of the wedding fayres that we’re attending over the next couple of months and book with us at the fayre you’ll get 10% off the quoted price!
So if you’re looking for some unique entertainment for your big day, come by and take advantage of this magic offer.
This offer is only available on the day of the wedding fayre at the event.
Begin your Christmas countdown in style with Prestatyn’s Celtic Christmas event on Saturday the 25th of November. The even runs from 11am to 5pm across Prestatyn.
Check out the event Facebook page for more information: www.facebook.com/events/375169159548456/
Article from the Rhyl Journal
With thanks to Steve Fenner
for the use of his photographs.
The Halloween Hullabaloo takes place on Saturday the 28th of October from 11am.
Featuring live entertainment, games, stalls, treasure hunts, arts and crafts, face painting, and much more; the even has something for everyone.
For more details, visit the event page on Facebook.
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.
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.
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.