Thinking of visiting Llanrwst over the Summer?
Why not pop in to the Summer Craft and Food Fair on the 7th of June.
We have a huge variety of stall here selling local produce. From handmade crafts, jewellery and tasty treats! Come on down to see what North Wales has to offer this Summer!
10am – 3.30pm
The next Local Produce Market will be here at Glasdir on the 11th of April!
Just in time for them yummy Easter treats!
Treat someone special with something handmade from the market this Easter!
Looking forward to seeing so many of you next month!!
Wednesday March 5th 2014
Glasdir Conference Centre,
Plas yn Dre, Llanrwst, North Wales LL26 0DF 01492 640640
Doors open at 9:45 for coffee and networking. Presentations from 10:30.
This year’s forum will be in a new, shorter format to make it easy to fit in to busy schedules. We will have 6 key speakers from both public and private sectors of adventure and walking tourism.
If you would like to join us for this interesting and innovative day, please register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01758 760652
The Forum is an opportunity to learn what is being done to bring more outdoor activity tourism to North Wales and to face fresh challenges. It brings together people from all sectors including government, activity operators and accommodation providers.
Presentations from 2013 are available to download here.
2013 Conference Photos
Some more photos from the 2013 Conference can be viewed here.
Here at Glasdir Llanrwst, Every Second Friday of the Month!
Farm and Locally produced quality produce and handmade crafts!
Come on down to see what your local growers and producers have to offer!
9.30am – 1.30pm
Tea & Coffee Available
Saint David’s Day is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, and falls on 1 March each year.
The first day of March was chosen in remembrance of the death of Saint David. Tradition holds that he died on that day in 569.
The date was declared a national day of celebration within Wales in the 18th century.
Many Welsh people wear one or both of the national emblems of Wales on their lapel to celebrate St. David: the daffodil (a generic Welsh symbol which is in season during March) or the leek (Saint David’s personal symbol) on this day.
Bara Brith is a traditional Welsh tea bread, typically made with raisins, currants, and candied peel.
Popdy Lleuar was at the last market selling a variety of fresh homemade cakes including bara brith!
Come on down to our next Local Produce Market on the 14th of March to try some of our traditional cake!
We welcomed Steffan Huws from Poblado Coffi here last Friday at our Local Produce Market.
Welsh roasted coffee!
Why not pop down if your around to see what your local growers and producers have to offer!