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/
The sun was shining in Mold for the Bailey Hill Festival at the beginning of June.
We had a wonderful time performing for all the people who came along to this great event.
We’ve been out and about in the grounds at Speke Hall, a National Trust property near Liverpool with some magical walking tours.
So far Jay has been a winter wizard, a Victorian author, an eccentric botanist, and a Victorian gentleman with dreams of becoming a knight; as well as playing the part of Richard Watt in a recreation of his arrival at Speke Hall in 1856.
We’ve had an amazing time with all the people that have joined us on the tours, with each one becoming a unique adventure experience!
Visit Speke Hall’s website for more information on this amazing place.
Jay will be at Mold Carnival on Sunday the 8th of July.
The event starts with a parade at 10.30am and carries on all the way to 6pm.
There are lots of things going on during the day, check out this article in the Leader for more information.
To keep up to date with the latest news on the Carnival, visit their website or find them on Facebook:
Come and join the fun at the Bailey Hill Festival this Sunday the 10th of June from 1pm to 6pm!
There’s plenty to see and do; music, dance and other live entertainment; forest school activities; storytelling and much more; as well as home-made cakes and other refreshments.
You’ll find Jay in the Outer Bailey, with his Wizard magic show.
Tickets are available on the gate and are £4 for adults, with free entry for under 16s.
For more information, click here: http://cittaslowmold.co.uk/home/bailey-hill-festival-2018-in-mold.html