Things to Do in North Wales this Weekend

Things to Do in North Wales

As regular visitors to Golden Gate Holiday Centre know there’s always something going on at the caravan park during the summer including Soft Archery, Bubble-tastic, Body Zorbs, Wall Climbing and Waterwalkerz to mention just a few. However, there is also a huge number of things to do in North Wales away from the caravan park and here are some of them:

 

 

 

27 June 2015 – Menai Fundraising Group of Marie Curie is holding a Tea Party in Bangor Public Library.  There is no admission fee and the event starts at 10 am, finishing at 12:30 pm. Everyone is invited to participate in this good cause.

More details can be obtained by emailing gailtutle@btinternet.com

 

27 June to 31 August 2015 – Art Exhibition Summer Show featuring, among others, the works of renowned Welsh artists and all are for sale. Prices of paintings vary and range from £50 up to £40,000.  Venue: Oriel Tegfryn, Menai Bridge, Anglesey.

Call 01248 715128 for more information or visit Tegfryn Gallery website

 

27 & 28 June 2015 – British Karting Championships 2015 at Glan Y Gors Park, Cerrigydrduion

More than 300,000 people will converge on North Wales for this huge British Karting event where participants include drivers from Australia, Europe and Dubai as well as Formula 1 Karting Teams who will be looking for young talented drivers.

If you are a spectator there is no entrance fee and there is a coffee bar open for the duration of the Championships.

Visit the GYG Karting website for more details

 

27 June 2015 Elkie Brooks Concert at Venue Cymru, Llandudno

This is a great opportunity to hear Elkie Brooks singing jazz, her classic hits and blues.

Further information can be found on the Venue Cymru website where you can buy tickets or they can be purchased at the Box Office. Call: 01492 872000.

Bear in mind that there will be a £3 admin fee charged for all ticket purchase orders.

Golden Gate Holiday Centre always goes the extra mile to provide entertainment for all age groups on the summer holidays, but when you do not have a fun time on the Caravan Park you can explore many more things to do in North Wales at your leisure.

Photograph by Richard Smith

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