It is set to be mostly dry this weekend with occasional light showers which opens up the possibilities when it comes to things to do in North Wales. Having come out of a four-day bank holiday weekend, purse strings are likely to be a lot more tighter over the coming weeks.
But that’s not to say that this weekend cannot be as fun filled as the last albeit on a budget. We have put together a short list of three things you can do this weekend that will ensure your time off is well spent.
From dog shows to local producer markets we’ve hopefully covered the basics for you. We are always keen to hear your suggestions, so if we have not yet covered your favourite weekend activity, please let us know about it in the comments section.
Fun Dog Show
A ‘FUN Dog Show’ will be will be held in Rhos-on-Sea this weekend, organised by North Wales charity “Greyhound Mommas”.
The event, at the United Reformed Church on Saturday, June 11, is open to all breeds, with 16 classes to pick from, plus “Best in Show”. The first class starts at 12pm, and entrance to each class is £1, with no need to register in advance.
Rosettes will be presented to the first, second and third in each class, plus “Best in Show” and “Reserve Best in Show”.
Snowdonia & Local Producer and Makers Market
The aim of the market is to “support the grow of local sustainable food and drink production” A new addition to the market is local artisan craft which is all handmade in the region.
It is already going to be packed out by people buying local produce and helping the local economy to stay afloat.
What will you be doing this weekend? Let us know in the comments
The Hollies – 60th Anniversary Tour
For those who want to experience a performance by legendary icons of British rock, look no further. The Hollies are hosting a huge 60th anniversary tour. The line-up includes originals members Bobby Elliott and lead guitarist Tony Hicks.
The band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010 and will perform some of their top hits such as ‘Bus Stop’, ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’ and much more.
The band will play at Venue Cymru and tickets can be booked here.