What’s on this Christmas in Conwy and Denbighshire!

We always hear people saying they don’t know what’s on this time of year, well don’t worry as Conwy and Denbighshire have an incredible number of festive events planned for you this December. We have put together a list of all the events happening in both of these County’s throughout the rest of this month. There is something for everyone, whether you are looking for something to entertain the kids or something a little more adult friendly.  All of these events are within driving distance from all of our Holiday Parks. Conwy 4 December – Quarryman’s Christmas – The annual ‘traditional’ Victorian Christmas celebration. Come and have a mince pie, sherry, and a Christmas carol sing-a-long. At Penmaenmawr Museum, 4 New York Cottages, Penmaenmawr from 2pm to 7pm. Phone: 01492 575535. Web: www.penmaenmawrmuseum. co.uk 6 December – Christmas Craft Fair – St Tudclud’s Church, Penmachno will be hosting a Christmas Craft Fair (to include a raffle). Penmachno Silver Band will be performing during the early afternoon. Seasonal refreshments will be available. All proceeds to Wales Air Ambulance. From 10am to 4pm. Phone: 01690 760163 6 December – Christmas Concert 2014 – Llandudno Musical Productions present their annual carol concert – a mix of traditional carols and Christmas songs. Refreshments available. Featuring children from Ysgol Llandrillo-yn-Rhos. At Rhos Methodist Church, St George’s Road, Rhos-on-Sea from 3pm (doors open 2.30pm). Tickets £5. Phone: 07748 097524. Web: www.llandudnomusicalproductions.co.uk 6 December – Llandudno Christmas Parade – From 3pm there will be various seasonal entertainment outside the Town Hall. At 4pm the magical Christmas Parade will travel from the Station area along Vaughan Street, into Mostyn Street, Lloyd Street, Madoc Street and return to the Station. Phone: 01492 879130. Web: www.llandudno.gov.uk 6 December – Conwy Medieval Christmas – Held in the beautiful historically rich town of Conwy, events begin at 4pm with the spectacular Torch Lit Parade at 5.45pm in Castle Square. This is a free event for everyone – A wonderful opportunity for the whole family to dress up as knights, dames, Princes and Princesses, and enjoy all of the fun, festive, medieval events and traditions. Phone: 07703 105177. Web: www.facebook.com/ conwymedievalchristmas 9 December – Christmas Concert 2014 – Llandudno Musical Productions present their annual carol concert – a mix of traditional carols and Christmas songs. Refreshments available. At St John’s Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno from 8pm (doors open 7.30pm). Tickets £5. Phone: 07748 097524. Web: www.llandudnomusicalproductions.co.uk 14 December – Llyn Brenig Christmas Fair – Go and see Santa arrive by boat and then visit him in his grotto. A fun filled day for everyone with crafts and stalls. At Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre, Cerrigydrudion from 10am to 3pm. Phone: 01490 420463. Web: www.llynbrenig.co.uk 19/20 December – Conwy Arts & Craft Fair at St Mary’s – Including handcrafted goods, homemade produce, drinks and snacks. At St Mary’s Church Hall, Rosehill Street, Conwy from 10am to 4pm with free admission. Phone: 01492 642246. Web: www.facebook.com/conwyartsandcraftfair 21 December – Carols at St Pauls – An afternoon of traditional carols, festive favourites and seasonal musical surprises with St Paul’s Church Choir. Mulled wine, mince pies and seasonal refreshments will be served afterwards. At St Paul’s Church, Mostyn Broadway, Craig-y-Don, Llandudno from 3.30pm to 5pm. Phone: 01492 541615. Web: www.facebook.com/choirofstpaulsDenbighshire Denbighshire  6 December – Festive Prestatyn 12pm – Go and meet Santa in his very own Prestatyn Grotto where all children will receive a sticker, a photographand a present. He will also bring with him two of his reindeers to meet you. There will be live music, rides, Frozen characters, Prestatyn Rotary Club, face painting and lots more to keep you entertained.Free / Santa’s Grotto £4 each or £10 for three children all on same photograph www.atprestatyn.co.uk 06&07/13&14/20&24 December – Santa Specials – A hugely popular event – watch out for our Santa Special leaflets. Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl £8 / no concessions 12 December – Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs – Mirror mirror, on the wall, where is the best panto of them all? At Rhyl Pavilionof course! Make Christmas 2014 especially magical witha thrilling show for the whole family. This year’s production promises everything you could dream of in a traditional, fun- packed family pantomime;with fantastic cast, stunning costumes, comedy, singingand dancing in the beloved tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The show comes complete with a full supporting cast and includes two talented dance schools – Gay Harris Dancers and the North Wales School of Dance.Llangollen Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl From £7.50 01745 330 000 www.rhylpavilion.co.uk13 December – Real Ale Train – Step onboard and soak up the atmosphere whilst enjoying the Real Ales on offer at our well stocked bar. Double return journey – arrive back approximately 9.30pm. Ticket price includes a free glass and pint for all pre-booked tickets. Food will be available to purchase from Victoria’s Tearoom on the night. The Station, Llangollen 01978 860 979 www.llangollen-railway.co.uk 17 December – Christmas Concert – Deiniolen Silver Band The National and Championship winners from Snowdonia under the baton of Lois Eifion bring festive cheer to the Town Hall this year. Rhyl Town Hall  £12 at 7.30pm. 26-31 December and 1st January – Mince Pie Specials – Beat the Christmas blues. Sit back & relax in the comfort of your seat and admire the beautiful Dee Valley in our specially decorated carriages while enjoying a mince pie. The Station, Llangollen, 01978 860 979. Until 30 December – The Belgian Refugees in Rhyl  – 9.30am-4.30pm. This exhibition records the arrival in Rhyl of refugees from the Belgian town of Aarschot in the Flanders region. It is accompanied by a book, “The Stories from the Martyr Towns”, which is available to read in the Tourist Information Centre or download for free online. Rhyl Tourist Information Centre Free. 01745 355 068 www.refugeesinrhyl.wordpress. com  31 December – Ruthin Castle – From 7pm Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a magnificent Five Course Dinner in the Grand Salon. A welcome glass of Champagne and canapés will be served upon arrival, with entertainment throughout The Castle, before fireworks at Midnight to welcome 2015. Call 01824 702664 for full menu details. Why not stay with us – overnight stays available from just £150.00 per room including a late breakfast served from 10am – 1pm on New Year’s Day. Ruthin Castle  £110 01824 702 664 www.ruthincastle.co.uk

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