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Things to do in North Wales in January 2007
Where to go, what to see, what to do in North Wales January 2007, Please scroll down the page for events information for January 2007

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Please find the following events information for Conwy County in January 2007

Until 6th January - Helfa Gelf Exhibition at Colwyn Bay Library, Woodland Road West

Until 27th January - Exhibition: Arthur Bispo do Rosario - at Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Vaughan Street, Llandudno. For 50 years Bispo do Rosario obsessively made the objects he believed worth saving on Judgement Day. This extraordinary collection of flags, jackets, sculptures and assemblages is now part of Brazil’s national heritage. Tel: (01492) 879201

Until 3rd February - Helfa Gelf Exhibition at Llandudno Library, Mostyn Street

1st January - Conwy Valley Ramblers Group Chairman’s Walk - Meet at Eirias Park, Colwyn Bay (SH 856 783) at 10.30am for a 7 mile walk. Tel: (01492) 546847

6th & 7th January - Guided Walks - At the Conwy RSPB Nature Reserve from 2pm. Tel: (01492) 584091

7th January - Morris Dancing at the Lion Inn, Gwytherin. Featuring “Clerical Error” and “Eryri” Morris Dancers from 12 noon. Tel: (01745) 860123

13th & 14th January - Optical Demonstration - At the Conwy RSPB Nature Reserve from 10am to 5pm. Tel: (01492) 584091

20th January to 11th February - Ivor Davies RCA Exhibition - at The Royal Cambrian Academy, Crown Lane, Conwy. A stunning and unique exhibition of paintings by one of Wales’ most prestigious artists, exploring the fascinating history of Wales’ past greats. Tel: (01492) 593413

22nd January - Junior Chef of Wales North Wales Regional Final - at Coleg Llandrillo Cymru, Rhos-on-Sea from 10am to 1pm. All welcome to watch. Tel: (01492) 546666

27th January - Sand Blast - At Pensarn Beach. A fast and furious beach clean aimed at blasting the site of rubbish in record time. Prize given for the most rubbish collected! All litter picking equipment provided. Cafe facilities nearby. Meet at Pensarn beach car park (SH 943 786) at 2pm. Tel: (01492) 575200 (during office hours)

27th January - Family Event - At the Conwy RSPB Nature Reserve from 2pm to 4pm. Tel: (01492) 584091

27th and 28th January - RSPB’s 28th Annual Big Garden Birdwatch. Spend an hour watching the birds in your garden or local park and record what you see. The results give the RSPB a good idea of how garden birds are faring in Wales and the rest of the UK. For more information visit www.rspb.org.uk/birdwatch.

Last Saturday of each month - Walk Through History - A walk on the flat around Llanrwst, lasting approximately 2 hours and taking in the history of the town, followed by refreshments in the Almshouses. Dogs and children welcome. Meet at the Llanrwst Almshouse Museum, Church Street, Llanrwst at 12.30pm. £3 per person. Tel: (01492) 642550

For information on what’s on at the theatre and cinema contact the venues direct:

Venue Cymru, Llandudno Tel: (01492) 872000 www.venuecymru.co.uk
Theatr Colwyn, Colwyn Bay Tel: (01492) 532668 www.theatrcolwyn.co.uk
Cineworld, Llandudno Junction Tel: 0871 220 8000 www.cineworld.co.uk


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