West Wales and South Wales Events for April & Easter
Published: Friday 14th Mar 2014
Written by: The Wales Cottage Holidays Team
On the 18th & 19th at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran join the Easter Treasure Trail; on the Sunday you can get creative, decorating your own Easter egg. Also on Easter Sunday, Bob & Annie Haycock give an Introduction to Spring Bird Identification which includes guided field observations.
Join the local walking club at the Tregaron Alpine Hut this Easter weekend for Peaks ‘n’ Pedals, Poems ‘n’ Pints. Book in a group of you and take a walk or bike ride over the Cambrian Mountains and then get back to the pub and write a poem!
The fantastic living recreation of an Iron Age fort at Castell Henllys has loads on over the holidays for all the family. Discover all kinds of life In The River on the 9th but make sure you remember to book and bring your wellies! Between the 13th and the 25th April activities include Arianrhod’s World, Merrin’s Celtic Adventure and Clever Little Celts (booking advisable) where you can learn all about life as a Celt, from daily tasks to defending the fort!
Old MacDonald has lost his animals! Help the friendly scientist find them with the help of his time machine at the Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea on 26th April. Children will love this show based on the traditional rhyme and filled with games and sing-alongs.
Roam the city of Swansea in search of 24 public art pieces – all part of Art Across the City 2014, beginning on 12th April. Along with the artwork, which includes thirteen newly commissioned pieces, new poems and stories will be displayed throughout the city.
Between the 12th and 27th April, come and get involved in the Easter fun at the Gower Heritage Centre. There are daily pottery workshops planned, along with puppet shows, craft activities and races including the classic egg and spoon!
Create your own painted Easter Egg at Cardiff’s Castell Coch on 20th April. Influences for designs include Aesop’s fables and the dazzling decoration of this C19th Gothic Revival castle.