Have you ever wondered what a photograph of Llandudno and Pier might look like with Glowing Edges?
If you were unable to attend yesterday’s performance by Vertical Dance Kate Lawrence, here are just a few images of what you missed of this North Wales initiative. Very inventive and entertaining. Watch out for them at other venues. Find out more on their website (Click Here).
Conwy Culture/Creu Conwy: More than 20-sites across Conwy are open to public for free in September 2022. However, today you will have a very, very unusual opportunity entitled: Open Doors Extra – “Suspended Stories”/Drysau Agored Ychwanegol 2022 – “Straeon yn y Awyr”. What is that, you ask? Well, if you pop along today, between 10:00amContinue reading “Tree Dancing Today 10am to 2pm”
Last week Betws-yn-Rhos Bowling Club replaced its old bowling surface with a brand new one. Linda has very kindly shared with us some photographs of the work that took place so Click Here if you would like to see what happened.
The photo above includes a selfie of David L in his daytime finery. Ooops, sorry, actually it’s a photo taken by David L on his travels through Gwydyr Forest earlier this week. It is the information board at the site of a 400-year old bowling green in the middle of Gwydyr Forest above Llanrwst! WhoContinue reading “If You Go Down to the Woods Today, You’re Sure of a Big Surprise”
Good luck to all of today’s participants who are competing for the lovely Rose Bowl trophy. The competition is between individuals from four local clubs. Competitors to arrive by 10:00am and play starts at 10:30am.
Good luck to the Vardre Deganwy ‘B’ Team, in the Colwyn and Llandudno Division ‘C’ Competition Final tonight, to be played against Min Y Don at Rhos Park. We’ll be there to provide support. Have a great game and remember, “When you love the game, it doesn’t matter if you win or lose”.
The final of this Cup Competition, hosted by the Oval bowling club, Llandudno, was held on the Rhos Park bowling club’s green on Sunday due to surface issues at the Oval. The winner was John Short, from Bangor City/Llanfairfechan bowling clubs, who defeated a strong opponent from Wrexham. John also won it in 2021.
Some of us will remember this children’s TV programme. But who (or what) was Rag? Well, Rag was a Hedgehog. Hedgehogs are very important for your garden as they are nature’s pest controllers. They feast on many of the garden creatures we fight so hard to keep out of our gardens. They include worms, snails, slugsContinue reading “Rag, Tag and Bobtail”