Tue12Mar2019Tue11Jun201910 am - 2 pm Minera Lead Mines Country Park, Minera, Wrexham LL11 3DU
Minera Lead Mines and Country Park offers a fascinating glimpse into the industrial past of the beautiful Clywedog Valley. This spring we are running 4 taster volunteer sessions open to all adults interested in getting involved in practical tasks at this fascinating heritage site.
Dates; - Tuesday 12th March Tuesday 9th April Tuesday 14th May Tuesday 11th June
Please wear suitable footwear and warm clothing.
Please call us on 01978 757524 if you are interested firstname.lastname@example.org
Thu25Apr2019Plas Pentwyn, Castle Road, Coedpoeth LL11 3NA Wrexham
See full article and short video via the link to the Daily Post web page below
Mon29Apr20197:30 pmGladstone's Library, Church Lane, Hawarden, Flintshire CH5 3DF
Want to see and learn more about rare books? Join Gladstone’s Library’s own Gary Butler for this hour-long talk on the history of the book through some spectacular, and unusual, examples from the library’s collections of religious texts.
Come along and find out what makes our collections so unique and distinctive, and leave with a greater understanding of the meaning and value of the printed word.
Gary Butler is the Assistant Librarian at Gladstone’s Library.
Please note that tickets for this event are e-tickets. Book online and have your tickets emailed directly to you – then save the environment by bringing along your e-ticket on your phone or tablet and have it scanned as you enter the event. If you would prefer to print your ticket, black and white is fine.
A print and collect service is available to those without access to email facilities for a small charge to cover our admin costs. Call 01244 532350 or email email@example.com for more information. Printed tickets will be available to collect from Reception before the event.
Tue30Apr201914:00: and 1900Mold Library & Holywell Library
Tuesday 30 April / Dydd Mawrth 30 Ebrill 2019
2pm MOLD LIBRARY / LLYFRGELL YR WYDDGRUG
7pm HOLYWELL LIBRARY / LLYFRGELL TREFFYNNON
An illustrated introduction by PHIL COPE
Phil Cope is a photographer, writer, and exhibition and book designer who has created five major
books on the wellsprings of Britain. His celebrated talk will introduce you to the fascinating history
of wellsprings throughout Wales, focusing on our local sites, told through their myths and legends,
and the poems inspired by these magical places, all illustrated with his stunning photography.
£5 admission (inc. refreshments
The Living Wells of Wales (£20, published by SEREN
in April 2019) is the finest and fullest guide yet to our
sacred springs, holy wells and spas.
Get your copy signed and dedicated by Phil
at one of his two Flintshire talks.
Thu02May20197:30 pmMasonic Hall, Earl Road, Mold. CH7 1AB (next door to the Post Office)
A talk by Pete Evans Author of the book 'Resurrection River'
Our meetings are held at the Masonic Hall, Earl Road, Mold. If you have a SatNav, use the postcode CH7 1AB.
We meet on the 1st Thursday of the month, from Feb-June and Sept-Dec and we start our meetings at 7:30 pm
Please note you must pre-book for visits.
Thu16May2019Sat18May2019Gladstone's Library, Church Lane, Hawarden, Flintshire CH5 3DF
Gladstone’s Library is delighted to announce the details of a three-day course for theologians, historians, and anyone with an interest in religion. Entitled Through Palestinian Eyes...Contemporary Christianity in the Middle East, the course will explore Christianity in the Middle East from the 19th Century through to the present day. The price of the course also includes entry to this year’s Robinson-Spong public lecture, Faith in the Face of Empire: The Bible Through Palestinian Eyes, individual tickets for which can be purchased separately.
Participants of the course have the option to take part in a Eucharist every morning, and will first look at the rise and fall of Middle Eastern Christianity in the 19th Century, giving participants the context in which the next two days of lectures will be situated. Further sessions include ‘The Fall of Middle Eastern Christianity in the 20th Century’; ‘The Political Situation in Israel Palestine’ and; ‘Christians in Israeli Palestine: Migration and Resilience.’
The final session of this course, and the Robinson-Spong lecture for 2019, will explore the Bible and contemporary Christianity from a Palestinian perspective.
Places for this course are available now. Residential prices start from £235, non-residential are £160. Discount rates for clergy and students apply. For more information or to book, please call 01244 532350 or email http://firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fri31May20199.30 AM -5.30 PMThe National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth, Allt Penglais Hill, Aberystwyth SY23 BU
This year’s symposium will concentrate on the work of Humphrey Llwyd, an appraisal of the work and influence of the father of Welsh cartography. Speakers will include: Keith Lilley, Professor of Historical Geography, Queen’s University Belfast; Joost Depuydt, Curator of Typographical and Technical Collections, Plantin-Moretus Museum, Antwerp; and James January-McCann, Place Names Officer and Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. The symposium will also include guided tours of the Humphrey Llwyd exhibition by the curator Huw Thomas, together with a display of materials
especially selected for the symposium by the Royal Commission in their Reading Room.
***A bilingual event***
***Simultaneous translation provided***
***Admission by ticket to the morning presentations £10.00***
***Tea / coffee served during registration***
Wed12Jun201910:00 amPlas Newydd, Llangollen LL20 8AW
Mon01Jul2019Sun07Jul2019Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, Royal International Pavilion, Abbey Road, Llangollen Denbighshire LL20 8SW UK
An international festival of music and dance
Tickets on sale now click on below website links for details;
Evening concerts include appearances by;
Monday 1 July 7.30 pm Jools Holland & his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra
Tuesday 2 July 7.30 pm Classical Gala with Rolando Villazon starring Rhian Lois
Wednesday 3 July 7.30 pm Siants and Singers The Music of Wales
Thursday 4.July 7.30 pm International Celebration with MABON
Friday 5. July 7.30 pm GIPSY Kings featuring Andre Reyes
Saturday 6.July 7.30 pm Choir of the World with Catrin Finch
Tel: 01978 862000
Tel: 01978 862003
Tel: 01978 862001
Support and Sponsorship
Trade Stands & Catering
Friends of the Eisteddfod
PR and Press Accreditation
Tel: 01244 320677
Sun07Jul20192:00 pmLlangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, Royal International Pavilion, Abbey Road, Llangollen Denbighshire LL20 8SW UK
Gates open 1.30 pm
There are 3 ticket options available which allow access to the whole site from 2 pm.
Premium Standing: £49
For Accessible Seating please contact the Box Office on 01978 862001.
Under 16 s must be accompanied by an adult.
Sat17Aug201910 am - 4pmCraig y Don Community Centre, Queens Road, Llandudno LL301TE
As a special promotion, we are offering a 50% discount from £2.00 to £1.00 admission fee, at the above address, to U.K. Postcard Club members only. There is on site free parking, easy access, and through the day we will be serving light refreshments.
Why not make it a club outing, visit the fair, and spend the rest of the day visiting Llandudno, Queen of the North Wales coast. You can easily reach us by car, bus or train.
To order the discount tickets, please send an email to Maralyn at email@example.com and we will send the tickets to you.