What events to attend during your holiday in Wales
The number Wales events seem to increase every year. You will find no matter what time of the year you visit a wealth of information on interesting and exciting occasions in Wales; sporting events, festivals, gallery and museum exhibitions, theatre performances, and much more. When planning you visit to Wales see what fun events you can add to the experience.
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- Conwy Honey Fair: 700 year old charter fair, founded by Edward 1st, held in Conwy High Street and Lancaster Squareevery September. Honey stalls, crafts, plants and local produce. Stall space is free of charge with a donation to the beekeeping charity Bees for Development.
- Crickhowell Walking Festival 2010: All walks are lead by experienced local guides. In addition to a range of walks of different grades in and around the Black Mountains there will be a number of specialist walks for those with specific interests such as poetry, art, history, literature etc.
- Brecon Jazz: Celebrating its 27th year in 2010, the Brecon Jazz Festival mixes some of the world's finest jazz music with the stunning location of the Brecon Beacons National Park. It creates a unique atmosphere for both its audience, and the galaxy of international artistes, who perform there each year.
- Theatr Brycheiniog: The Brecon Beacons area is very lucky to have Theatr Brycheiniog in it's midst. The theatre has established itself as one of the leading middle scale venues in Wales, presenting an extensive and diverse programme.