Situated on a hillside below an area of mixed woodland. A variety of vegetables, some in raised beds; shrubs and herbaceous borders, with areas under development. A wooden Summer House overlooks the patio where refreshments will be served and to enjoy spectacular views across the valley.
More than ‘just another food festival’, The Great British Food Festival combines the nation’s love of great food and drink with some of the country’s most treasured locations, providing a unique opportunity to explore new flavours and beautiful venues, all at the same time!
Medium sized working farmhouse cottage garden. Ancient farm machinery. Incorporating ancient privy festooned with honeysuckle, clematis and roses. Terraced arches, sunken garden pool and bog garden, fountains and old water pumps. Herb wheels, shrubs and other interesting features. Lovely views of the Clwydian range.
¾ acre plantswoman’s garden, well worth a visit any time of the year. Collection of snowdrops, epimediums, hellebores and daffodils in spring. Many unusual bulbs, shade loving plants and perennial borders in summer. Alpine house with sand plunge beds new in 2016 to house alpine plants and bulbs.
Prestatyn nestles between sandy beaches and the spectacular slopes of the Clwydian Range. Its history goes back to Roman times and it’s the start/finish of Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail. The town boasts a shopping park and a wealth of independent traders.
LAUNCHING JUNE 20th: BRAND NEW Friendship Group!
Every 3rd Wednesday of each month, 2pm.
Enjoy informal chats, group discussions, reminiscing, activities and new skills.
FREE to attend. Refreshments available to purchase.
Wrap around garden incl Cottage style planting, Dahlia bed, Rock garden, Vegetable plot, Fruit trees. Greenhouse, Stream and Fish pond, Pagola, Balcony views over Clwydian Range and Japanese style garden. The garden has been established over the last 6 yrs. It was originally just lawn and conifer trees.
A garden with meandering paths that leads the eye to explore the varied themes created within the different ’rooms’. From a cottage garden (busy and lush) to a lawned area of tranquility and space. From a shady grove to a watery nook, all within the back drop of the beautiful Llanddulas mountain.
Cilcain is a very pretty and colourful village and as a community run their own Village Hall, Show and Plant Fair. They now invite you to come along and enjoy 4 of their gardens to raise funds for the NGS and their Village Hall garden conversion.
Beautiful garden set in approx 1 acre. Well-established shrubs, herbaceous plants and abundance of colourful window boxes and tubs. Recently re-modelled garden we have now added a waterfall feature incl a fish pond and small area to grow vegetables. The central courtyard has two water features.
HOW TO SPOT AN ALIEN invites you on a voyage of discovery with 12-year-old Jelly and her cousin JonJo.
They have a sneaking suspicion that their aunt is an alien. She won’t let them leave the house. Or ask questions. And she definitely won’t let them in the attic.
Kate, Sam and Pete are stuck. The town doesn’t have much going on. But they’ve got cheap cider and their whole lives ahead of them. And they’re going to break away anyway. Someone’s about to get a car. And all roads go somewhere else. Right£ A new play about friendship, hope and trying to make an escape.
Popstarz Performing Arts Academy bring you an evening filled with song, dance and laughter as they perform their summer show Encore. Performed by a wonderfully talented cast of children, be prepared to be dazzled as they take your breath away with hits from stage and screen.
This captivating musical set at the world-famous Dazzle Bay Fun Palace, is an exciting story with captivating characters, catchy songs and choreography. This feel good Summer Musical is brought to you by Trap Door Performing Arts Students aged 4-21 years.
Two people. A world of difference. Once our lives are touched by tragedy, can we ever truly move on£ Sophie and Tom’s relationship fell apart in the aftermath of a catastrophe. Four years on and as they come face to face once again, the aftershocks of that fateful day can still be felt. Tremor is a play about now.
Mold Carnival is the biggest one day free event in the County, attracting over 5,000 visitors each year who enjoy a full day of entertainment, fun fair, activities, stalls, food and drink and one or two special guest appearances. Fantastic fun event for all the family
Danny delivers material with more than just an immediate pay-off line, preferring to take the joke one or two steps further. Confident enough to take a risk on stage, he keeps the audience laughing along or hanging on every word.
You might have seen Kiri on Live from the Comedy Store, or The Russell Howard Hour, or heard her on the Now Show, or the Newsquiz. Or maybe you listen to her hit podcast “All Killa no Filla”£ You might have no idea who she is and that’s fine too.
Chester Little Theatre’s Youth Theatre perform George Crabbe’s pertinent 18th century poem exposing the scandal of the workhouse children sold for profit, and The Heirs of Banquo perform their own modern adaptation of Macbeth.
The Performing Guitarist: This workshop, presented by Paul Costello, is for classical and acoustic guitarists, at all levels, who wish to become more confident performers. You will learn how to prepare for an upcoming show or exam, practise effectively, and memorize new pieces.
When not donning the tricorn hat with the Blue Buccaneers, Tom Mason tours as a solo act, entertaining crowds with his guitar and dobro playing, his musical story-telling, and songs from his recent solo CD "Salmagundi", an anthology of his non-nautical tunes like "I Thought I Heard a Train", "Chano Pozo’s
Jackie Kay is a poet, novelist and playwright, with many distinctions including her current role as the third modern Makar (Scottish poet laureate). Jackie comes to West Kirby Arts Centre as part of the Wirral Festival of Firsts events on Sunday 1st July to give a reading and book signing.
A talk and book signing (part of Wirral Festival of Firsts)
Tony Husband astonished and delighted Festival goers in 2017 with his quick fire cartoons. Tony returns to give a talk based on the story of his father and how dementia slowly took him away from his family.
With her acclaimed Number 1 album ‘The Architect’ riding high in the charts and a BRIT nomination for Best British Female, Paloma Faith has announced a must-see 20 date UK summer tour which include Stadiwm Zip World in Colwyn Bay.
Stadiwm Zip World (Parc Eirias) Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay
The Denbighshire Arts Society will be holding its Summer Exhibition and sale of work at the Studio from 10 am to 4 pm each day.
Paintings in all medias will be on show and visitors can vote for their choice which will win an award - last year the Visitors Choice award went to a new member.
DENBIGHSHIRE ARTS SOCIETY STUDIO, 10 PENRHOS ROAD, COLWYN BAY
Entering Llanarmon-yn-Ial from the B5430 drive over the ancient stone bridge, up the hill to The Old Schoolroom - Yr Hen Ysgoldy. Tickets & refreshments available here & limited disabled parking. Some parking in the village or follow signs for main car park 350 yards out of village on Llandegla Road.
Parkgate Carnival is a fun day for all the family.
The new strapline for Northern Lights Children’s Charity is ’Making Today’s Dreams Tomorrow’s Destination’ and that’s exactly what last year’s Parkgate Carnival achieved.
Join local poet Garry Chilton for a nature inspired poetry workshop. Take a walk round the garden to gain inspiration, discuss structure and form, and have a go at writing your own poetry. Booking Essential. Phone: 01492 650460.
A community parade and fun day with the Cymru Carnival Association Majorettes, fancy dress competition, Simons Fun Fair & Rides, performances from The Anglesey Hussars, Mr Bimbamboozle children’s entertainer, dog show competition, stalls, and many others too much to list. Everyone welcome.
Burton is a medieval village built on sandstone overlooking the Dee estuary. Three gardens are open. Trustwood is a country wildlife garden with fruit, flowers and vegetables in raised beds at the front; at the back a more formal garden blends into the wood where the hens live.