Any person who lives in or regularly visits North Wales can point to many great aspects of what makes the region so very special. One event which is trying to do just that is the Flavour of Wales in Bangor on the 1st of March.
The illustrious Penrhyn Castle is the venue for this great day of fun for the whole family that is definitely not going to disappoint those who want to delve into the history of the area, from the music to the food and everything in between.
The National Trust pride themselves on not only maintain some of the greatest and most historic sites in the country but also consistently hold great occasions to bring attention to places that deserve recognition. Flavour of Wales is set to continue the great events calendar created by the organisation.
Any music lovers out there will surely relish the opportunity to find out more about the traditional instrument of Wales that is the harp and how it came to symbolise the early periods of the country. A famously difficult instrument to master, it’ll be a wonderful opportunity to find out more from the experts.
Are you a culinary wizard? Then make sure you tuck into some of the famous Welshcakes available from the kitchen and maybe pick up one or two tips on how to perfect the recipe. Although it looks easy on paper, the Welshcake takes a lot of skill to perfect and is always popular for a bit of brunch throughout the country.
If you have an active interest in history then you will be delighted with the tales from the 5th century available to you at this great event. It’s widely-believed that the county of Gwynedd was formed around this time so your burning questions about this era could be answered at Penrhyn Castle this March.
As well as all of these engaging activities, a simple stroll around the grounds of the castle will be a great way to stretch those legs and soak up the atmosphere of ancient Wales.
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