Fantastic activities happening in North Wales this weekend

The weather has been glorious so far this week and with the weekend approaching there’s some fantastic events happening, close to our North Wales caravan parks, that will provide hours of fun! Regardless if the weather decides to take a turn for the worst there’s no need to fret, there are plenty of things to do when it starts to rain like exploring the regions many historical castles or a round of golf. You can even take to the waves, you’re going to get wet anyway right?The forecast looks promising, so with that in mind, here’s a selection of the best events and activities happening this weekend: Bangor 10k and Bangor Half Marathon            Both races start and finish in Bangor city centre and go up past the magnificent Penrhyn Castle estate and Garth Pier that overlook the Menai Strait. Children can enter a Fun Run from the clock to the Skerries and back over an exciting half mile course.This is an exciting event to watch as its impossible not to get swept up in the atmosphere whilst cheering the runners on! Medieval banquet, Ruthin CastleStep back in time with this one of a kind medieval dinner taking inspiration from the Earl of Warwick’s legendary banquets at his Denbighshire fortress way back in the 16th century. Expect lots of old time fun especially when you dress up in the traditional close and get lost in the moment! Tchaikovsky Symphony OrchestraA fantastic event for any true classical musical fan with the return of Russia’s most celebrated and prestigious orchestras to Venue Cymru. Famed Russian conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev, 84, is set to perform legendary pieces including Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No 1 and Symphony No 6 with Pavel Kolesnikov joining the orchestra as the piano soloist.  Other articles you may also want to read:Meteor shower to light up north Wales night sky4 coastal walks to do on your north Wales holiday    [tc1]Try: “ The return of Russia’s most celebrated and prestigious orchestras to Venue Cymru is a fantastic event for any true classical music fan.”

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