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The Prestatyn Walking Festival

prestatyn walking festivalFor those staying at Gaingc View Holiday Park in Towyn this May, why not get active and take part in the popular Prestatyn Walking Festival, Friday 17th to Sunday 19th May.

This year it’s the 9th annual Walking festival and it also coincides with the ‘Grand Opening’ of the New Wales coast path which is 870 miles in length and places such as Prestatyn and Meliden are excellent places for walking as they are scenic and have great views for walking enthusiasts.

This year’s theme for it is People & Places and the programme ‘Offa’s’ something for everyone:
A 40 mile Offa’s Dyke ChallengeClwydian Range ExplorerJourney .... Click here to read more

Things to do on holiday in Rhyl and Towyn

Rhyl Towyn

Going on holiday in Rhyl is a great way to spend some time as we move over to spring and summer time. Situated on the exceptional North Wales coast, the town welcomes many visitors that want to enjoy a relaxing holiday, with the opportunities to check out some fantastic attractions and some of the surrounding towns.

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Rhyl is also within close distance of other North Wales holiday coastal spots and the town is easily accessible via train, car and bus.

Rhyl, along with nearby towns such as Towyn have a fantastic range of accommodation, from hotels, b&b’s and guesthouses, to caravan parks, camp sites .... Click here to read more

A big heart day at Brickfield's Pond near Towyn Holiday Park

day out towyn

A big heart day at Brickfields Pond is the perfect event for all of the family to get involved in to celebrate being healthy in the great outdoors. Located upon the Brickfields Pond in Rhyl, the free event will consist of some easy and enjoyable walks, small workshops where you can make things out of recycled materials and witness the unveiling of the new panel!

The Brickfields Pond is a local nature reserve set on an area of open land in the southwest region of Rhyl. The opportunity to take part in fishing is always a great activity, with depths over 20ft that home carp up to 20 lb, break and pike to over 10lb, tench and eels to 6lb, roach to 2lb 9oz and perch rudd and ruffe.<.... Click here to read more

The Welsh Group at Rhyl Library, Museum and Art Centre

The Welsh Group originated as the South Wales Group in 1948, before becoming a fully functioning and professional group in 1975. The group aims to promote and exhibit art of Welsh artists, along with those who are living and plying their trade within the Wales region.

Bringing together a group of passionate, exceptional and interesting artists within the area, allowing them to share and create some work that they can share with those who are interested. Some of the best-known and most well-regarded artists in Wales are set to offer an exhibition; including Claudia Williams, Eileen Allan, Jenny Allan, Lewis Allan, Lynne Bebb, William Brown, Glenys Cour, Ken Elias, Clive Hicks-Je.... Click here to read more

North Wales Dragon Boat Festival

The first ever North Wales Charity Dragon Boat Festival is coming to Rhyl on Sunday 9th September 2012.  

This interesting form of boat racing is on its way and anyone can be a part of it! In the Marine Lake, Rhyl, groups of 14-20 people will face off in a series of timed competitive races throughout the day and at the end, the best teams will face each other in the Grand Final. This grand final is an all out race using all the dragon boats available in a spectacular fashion, and the winners will be given the title of Dragon Boat Champions of North Wales 2012.

This ever popular boat sport relies on the combined effort of all the members of the team, and the skills.... Click here to read more