View over Llandudno to the Great Orme from atop Y Bryniau.
Which is one of the longest words in the English Language? Answer: “Smiles” because there is a mile between the first and last letters.
Shan Eccles’ art exhibition at the Gŵyl Beaumaris Arts Festival 2021 opened today and is on until end of play on Sunday, 21st November 2021. Here are some pictures with some recognisable (Vardre-associated) attendees but, if you want to see all of Shan’s marvellous art, do try and get to the Beaumaris Leisure Centre toContinue reading “Artist in Residence”
Santa will be practicing for Christmas Day on the Welsh Highland Railway for a few days in December 2021. Why not join him from Caernarfon to Rhyd Ddu and back again?
Eddie Eccles (above) is the Supremo-in-Chief of the Support Team to Shan Eccles who is the Artist-in-Residence at the Gŵyl Beaumaris Festival 2021 starting tomorrow for 3-days (see yesterday morning’s Post below).
There are two different types of waves – constructive and destructive. They can affect the coastline in different ways. When a wave reaches the shore, the water that rushes up the beach is known as the swash. The water that flows back towards the sea is known as the backwash. The energy of the swash and backwash determine the typeContinue reading “Swash and Go”
FINAL REMINDER: Shan Eccles is to be the Artist in Residence at this year’s Gŵyl Beaumaris Festival 2021 from 19th to 21st November. Here’s a link to the Festival’s website and to Shan’s page in particular. She hopes to see you there. Art Exhibition Opening: Shan Eccles At 2:30 pm on Friday 19th November 2021,Continue reading “Shan Eccles – Artist in Residence – 19th-21st November 2021 – it’s almost time”
You know what this photo means! News just in from the Committee, in the form of the Newsletter 36 courtesy of Dave H.
The United Nations introduced this Day in 1995 and, in their ‘Declaration of Principles on Tolerance’, stated their Resolve “to take all positive measures necessary to promote tolerance in our societies, because tolerance is not only a cherished principle, but also a necessity for peace and for the economic and social advancement of all people.” “ToleranceContinue reading “Today – 16th November 2021 – is the International Day of Tolerance”