Can you believe that the school summer holidays are almost over? It’s time for one last family, fun-filled blast at the activities on offer in the North Wales region this August Bank Holiday weekend.
From beach days, car boot sales, to medieval days and festivals, take a look at our pick of 10 of the best in the area.
Conwy Country Market – 30 August
This traditional market is held every Tuesday, offering a plant stall, amazingly hand-crafted gift items, preserves, cakes and savouries and other delicious, home-made produce.
Betws-y-Coed Antique and Collectors’ Fair – 25 and 29 August
A friendly fair, ideal for collectors and lovers of antiques, held in the centre of Betws-y-Coed, close to many cafes and shops.
Inspire Days, – Ancaster Square, Llanrwst – Saturday 27 August – 11am-4pm
This popular, annual event is organised by Venue Cymru and offers a programme of summer arts activities, which are free to attend.
Hand Spinning Demonstration, Trefriw Woollen Mills Monday – 29 August
Discover how a spinning wheel was used to spin the yarn prior to the Industrial Revolution. Browse the beautiful hand-made fibres and textiles that are for sale at Trefriw Woollen Mills
Pond Dipping at Bodnant Garden -31 August
Discover what creepy crawlies live in a pond. Booking for this event is not required.
Open Doors at the Sir Henry Jones Museum in Abergele – 1 to 24 September
This charming museum is steeped in history, being the birthplace of Sir Henry Jones, who started out his life as a shoe maker’s son and graduated to become one of the most influential, education reformers in Wales.
Saturday Wildlife Walks at RSPB Conwy – 3 September
Join the knowledgeable and friendly volunteers on a guided walk to study and understand all about the wildlife and birds of North Wales. All ages are welcome.
Goldwing Motorcycle Parade, Llandudno – 3 September
What an amazing sight, when more than 150 Honda Goldwing motorcycles will be on show on the promenade from 10 until 4, then will put on a fantastic parade around the town centre as dusk falls, to showcase their stunning light displays.
Woodland Fungus Walk, Colwyn Bay – 3 September
Join the Reserve Wardens and fungi experts for a wander through the woodland areas, searching for varieties of fungus. You may wish to chat about your finds with the wardens.
Cerig Show, Cerrigydrudion – 3 September
This traditional country show will appeal to all ages. See sheep shearing in action, working vintage machinery, almost every breed imaginable of sheep and cattle plus horses galore.
August Bank Holiday weekend at Whitehouse Leisure Park
Why not get the whole family enjoying outdoor events this August Bank Holiday weekend? North Wales has a diverse range of activities for everyone, and if you are happy to stay on the site at Whitehouse Leisure Park, remember you can book your child’s place on one of our many organised events using our online booking system. Have a fantastic Bank Holiday weekend.