Posted: Wed 17th Jul 2019

Updated: Wed 17th Jul

Popular Offa Carnival returning to Bellevue Park this weekend for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jul 17th, 2019

An popular summer carnival will be bringing a day full of family entertainment and activities to a town centre park this weekend.

Organised and funded by Offa Community Council, the Offa Carnival will take place in Bellevue Park between 11am and 4pm on Saturday 20th July.

During the day there will be plenty of entertainment for the whole family along with Stokes Fun fair amusement rides, stalls and refreshments. This year organisers are also bringing back the popular ‘The Welsh Axemen’.

Returning for another year at the event is the circus skills workshop where you have the chance to try your hand at plate spinning, juggling or stilt walking.

Some of the other activities taking place this year are the Brickfield Rangers FC ‘5 a side’ football tournament, a Falconry Display, land train rides around the park, donkey rides, Punch and Judy, Hoola Nation, Face Painting, and community and charity stalls.

The Offa Carnival Dog Show is also taking place again with all proceeds going to the PDSA Charity. There are 8 fun classes Best Puppy, Best Veteran (8 years plus), Most Handsome Dog, Most Loving Eyes, Best Rescued, Best 6 Legs, Waggiest Tail, Dog most like its owner and Best in Show from class winners.

Judging will again be undertaken by staff from Rhyd Broughton Vets.

Registration for the show is free and starts at 10.30am. Cost £1 per class per dog.

Admission to the event is free and open to all residents of Wrexham.

For further information or to book a stall please contact Mrs Karen Benfield, Clerk to Offa Community Council on 01978 291562 or

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