Here is a list of what’s going on in villages and towns around Bryn Berwyn and Ty Henri this winter to help you plan and get the most out of your stay!
Saturday 17 Sep 2016 @ 11:30am
Join the Wildlife Watch, the junior branch of the Wildlife Trust which is aimed at getting kids more involved in nature, wildlife and getting them outside and having fun!
The Teifi Marches Wildlife Watch is for children between 6 and 12 yrs old. They meed in the nature school for two hours on the third Saturday of every month. Activities include putting up camera traps to see what wildlife adventured can be seen, Minibeast safari, looking for animal tracks etc. Make sure kids are dressed appropriated to get the most out of this!
For more info contact Nia Stephens on email@example.com
Friday 28 Oct 2016 – Saturday 29 Oct 2016 @ 6pm
Get yourself scared stiff with a spooky Halloween evening tour and spooky ghost stories in house from 6pm! £3 per person tickets from castle & booking is essential!
Location: Cardigan Castle
Fireworks Display Aberporth Beach
5th November 2016 @ 6pm prompt
A great display over the beach and bay in Aberporth. Put together by generous donations collected over the year and on the night, this display will not disapoint!
Location: Aberporth Beach
Fireworks Display Llangrannog
5th November 2016 @ 6pm prompt
Do not miss this if you are in the area! One of the most spectacular displays around. The fireworks are let off from the cliffs on either side of the cove and from the beach with the sound booming up through the valley its one that will be sure to stay with you for years to come.
Collections through out the year and on the night help pay for this spectacular display!
Location: Llangrannog Beach
Thursday 10 Nov 2016 running all day and into the evening
Cardigan town high street is transformed by the fair. The street is closed and taken over by traders selling everything from Christmas gifts and decorations to carpets and everyday essentials! The swimming pool car park is taken over by the fun fair where adrenaline junkies can get their fill on the rides!
Location: High Street Cardigan and Swimming Pool Car Park
Dolphin Watching in Cardigan Bay
Normally April – October but does depend on the company.
There are many companies in Cardigan and New Quay who offer great sea trips where you can watch the amazing and stunning dolphins of Cardigan Bay dance in the sea! Obvously remember that you are never guaranteed to see dolphins however, two boat trip companies that always seem to have good success are:
Dolphin Spotting Boat trips – from New Quay – running from April until October they are well worth contacting. They offer both 1 hour and 2 hour boat trips every day during these times and less frequently 1.5 hours (Weather Permitting), on purpose built passenger boats which take customers safely along our stunning coast from the historic pier at New-Quay to Cwmtydu (1hr) or Ynys Llochtyn (near Llangrannog) (2hr) to seal haul-out areas and bird colonies. See their FaceBook page for more details.
A Bay To Remember – Offering trips out of Cardigan and with their booking office on Prince Charles Quay just below the castle, their dolphin, seal and sea bird watching boat trips offer a safe and exhilarating experience suitable for all ages and abilities (wheelchair accessible boarding is available in Cardigan), using modern purpose built vessels with the latest environmentally friendly engines and safety equipment. To find out more please visit their FaceBook page.
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