Sunday, 24 May 2015

Bank Holiday Fun in Llwyngwril

There are some strange goings on in Llwyngwril at the moment. Fishing nets with star fish and crabs draped in bushes, cuddly looking snakes curled around trees, parrots and tiny woolly birds nesting where they don't normally nest, and miles of multicoloured bunting strewn along above  the lanes and streets of the village!!!!
For weeks now many women (and the odd- very odd men!) have been clicking away with their knitting needles in the Llwyngwril Yarn Bombing Project. Their carefull created results are gradually being ' installed ' (as contemporary artists like to say) and before long the whole village will be festooned by these woolly creations.
It might take a bit longer but look out for some down Pentre Bach drive soon!

Also worth a visit this weekend is the photographic exhibition in the Ganolfan. This is a visual history of the village and its residents so if you're interested in what the village used to look like then don't miss it! There are light refreshments available and the exhibition will be open until Wednesday the 27th.

More fun on Monday! The Duck Race starts from the red bridge at 11am. You can still buy a duck on the day if you get there early.

Have fun and keep watching for those woolly additions to the village as the summer progresses!

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