Anna Powell’ s poems respond to the geology, place and history of y llechan in and around Bethesda.
Cadwyn Ogwen is a partnership of local businesses working together to sell and deliver their products locally. This is a project to help local people access home deliveries during the Covid-19 outbreak but it also aims to support local businesses and local supply chains beyond Covid-19.
North Wales Caribbean Fingerpost points you to the best of the Caribbean, sharing its history and offering opportunities to get involved in some great events. We’re a friendly, welcoming group, and we share learning about the Caribbean through food, music, dance, films and stimulating discussion. We’re a mixed bunch of people, but the one thing that brings us together is our passion for the Caribbean – we promote the best of its culture, share its history truthfully and bring people together by valuing everyone’s contribution.
Dyffryn Gwyrdd is a project based in the Ogwen Valley that focuses on sustainability and the environment, while addressing mental well-being, different types of poverty, and rural isolation. It is funded by the National Lottery’s Community Fund and runs for three years, from September 2020 to 2023.
Elaine Marianne Hughes is a bi lingual poet who lives in Carneddi Bethesda. Her poetry is informed by a sense of memory and place echoed in the landscape.
Weaving, channeling, delighting and unravelling. Nature-magic troubadour, poet musician Joi invites you to be part of the unfolding moment. Playful or deep, laughter or weep. You are welcome as you are. Perhaps we will combine our sounds. To the river!
The Carneddau Landscape Partnership is a collection of organisations led by Snowdonia National Park. The Scheme will help promote a positive future for the Carneddau by increasing understanding and enjoyment of its history, cultural traditions and wildlife.
People Pilgrimage – Emily Meilleur & Femke van Gent. Our art is the creative interaction between people. We make a space where things can happen, and encourage human connection. Through playful engagement we enable alternative activities and revealing multiple perspectives. We are a little peculiar and in transitory moments, this facilitates out of the ordinary things to happen, sometimes elevating the mundane to the magical.
Travel through different landscapes in a small space, noticing utopias in the microcosm. Utopias Bach is a grassroots collaboration supporting artists and diverse communities to reimagine the world on a small scale through interconnected, supportive, creative experiments.
veteransshedgwynedd.com is opening officially on 26 September with the Mayor of Caernarfon presiding. The Veterans Shed is a community project working with ex service personnel and people in the community to promote practical activities and creative recycling. There will be food and music and activities. Come and help celebrate our launch.
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Interactive map showing all the venues for the Gŵyl Afon Ogwen River Festival's events.
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Gŵyl Afon Ogwen is sponsored by the following: Bethesda Community Council, Dab Design, Partneriaeth Ogwen
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