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Whats On In Wrexham 30th June – 13th July

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Friday, Jun 29th, 2012.

Welcome to our What’s On Guide for 30th June – 13th July 2012

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Saturday 30th June

Punk poet Attila the Stockbroker is performing at the Saith Seren alongside local legends the Declan Swans in a fundraising social for the Wrexham Supporters Trust. We are told tickets are selling like hot cakes so get down early to avoid disappointment!
Time: 8pm
Entry: £5

Coastal Hawks will be entertaining visitors at The Plassey, with a medieval falconry display and also giving visitors the chance to handle these fantastic birds.
Venue: The Plassey
Date: 30/06/2012
Time: 10.30am until 4.30pm

Nightingale House’s 6th Annual Ladies Midnight Walk will take place at midnight on Saturday night. Starting and finishing at the Guildhall the walk will take a 6.5 mile route around Wrexham town centre. Why not go along to cheer the ladies on?

Celebrate your village and Community! Saturday 30th June 2pm to 5pm
on Overton Recreation & Football Field
Attractions: Vintage Cars, Coconut Shy, Bouncy Ball, Bungee Run, Fair Rides, Football, Fire Engine, Police Cars, Speed Cage, Craft Stalls, BricaBrac, Bottle Stall/Tombola & more
Refreshments: Licensed Bar, Hog Roast, Barbeque, Teas, Sweet and Cake Stalls.
Entertainment: Abbey Road Acro! Dance Addiction! St Mary’s School Royal Jubilee, Competition Winners Parade! Zumba!
Enquiries for stall holders– show case your Club, Charity or Business! Contact Katrina Chalk on 710055 occ.clerk@btinternet.com

Sunday 1st July

Bellis Brothers Farm Shop & Garden Centre are having a Strawberry Day on Sunday with baking and jam competitions – collect your entry forms in store from 18th June. Cooking demonstrations from Yale college, the great scone race and strawberry themed food and drinks.
Time: 11am-4pm
Entry: £5

Llangollen Silver Band will be performing a free concert at Llangollen Riverside Bandstand.
Time: 2:30pm – 4pm

Tuesday 3rd July

Llangollen Silver Band perform a free open air concert outside Llangollen Pavillion following the International Eisteddfod Parade
Time: Parade starts 4.30pm

Join Karan at The Plassey for a enjoyable floristry workshop, learn how to design a horizontal arrangement.
Time: 2pm-4pm
Entry: £20
Contact: 07795 167382

Thursday 5th July

The Grove Park Theatre are putting on a production of the classic comedy Habeas Corpus from 5th to 14th July.
Time: 7.30pm every evening.
Contact: 01978 351091 for ticket prices.

Friday 6th July

Flower festival at St Giles Parish Church, Wrexham from 10am on Friday till 6pm Sunday. Refreshments available, other activities including a musical concert on Friday at 7pm.
Time: 10am Friday – 6pm Sunday
Entry: £2 adults children free.

Come and enjoy live music in Bellevue Park at the band stand.
Time: 7pm-9pm
Entry: Free

Led Zeppelin tribute band A Whole Lotta Led are also in town at Central Station performing a Best of Led Zeppelin set.
Time: 7.30pm
Entry: £10

Saturday 7th July

Offa Community Carnival is taking place in Bellevue Park with lots of attractions on offer including a 5 a side junior football tournament, PDSA dog show, amusements, rides, stalls, morris dancing, gym displays, Punch & Judy, birds of prey, inflatable jousting, Hoola Nation display, reptiles, Llay Brass Band, craft stalls, refreshments and more.
Time: 11am-3pm.
Entry: Free

At night Golden Fable who have been championed by the likes of BBC radio presenters Adam Walton and Steve Lamacq are playing the Saith Seren.
Time: 8pm
Entry: Free

Britain’s Got Talent boyband The Mend are at Central Station, the four piece have been touted as the next ‘The Wanted’.
Time: 6pm-10pm
Entry: £12

Sunday 8th July

Wrexham Symphony Orchestra will be performing a number of classic pieces at the William Aston Hall including Vaughan Williams Overture “The Wasps”, Elgar’s Cello Concerto and Vaughan Williams Job – a Masque for Dancing.
Time: 7.30pm
Entry: £8 adults £6 concessions £10 balcony seats

Tuesday 10th July

How to price your product. This workshop provides an understanding of the pricing process and helps identify the different types of business costs, i.e. fixed, direct and capital costs. This session also explains the link between well researched costing & pricing and profitability. You will also gain an understanding of the importance on thoroughly researching your costs in order that they provide a foundation for your financial projections. Free but booking essential.
Time: 5.30pm-8.30pm
Location: Croesnewydd Hall, Wrexham Technology Park
Entry: Free
Contact: Hilary Neil-Williams on 01978 667000 or email Hilary.neil-williams@wrexham.gov.uk

Wednesday 11th July

Wrexham and Borderlands Business Fair is showcasing over 40 local businesses at Glyndŵr University’s sports centre and promises to be an unmissable marketing opportunity for local companies. For more information contact Liverpool BA on 0151 709 8932 or visit www.businessfairsuk.com to download an exhibitor booking form and price list.
Time: 10.30am-3.30pm
Entry: Free

San Francisco’s enigmatically named Wooden Ships play Central Station on Wednesday night. They are described as a minimal, droning kind of garage band-influenced psychedelia with a noticeable ’60s Krautrock influence.
Time: 7.30pm
Entry: £12

Thursday 12th July

A dragonfly walk is being held at Alyn Waters Country Park for people of all ages. Meet at the visitor centre.
Time: 10am – 12pm
Entry: Free

Motown influenced Essex band The Milk are on at Central Station.
Time: 7pm
Entry: £6

Friday 13th July

Tekk One are doing a DJ set on Friday at Central Station with Tonn Piper.
Time: 7pm
Entry: £10

Rhos, Uffe’n Theatre Company are putting on their second production Iechyd Da by Heddus Wyn Blackwell at the Stiwt Theatre in Rhosllanerchurgog. In this bilingual comedy play Aled, a widower who teaches at a secondary school, takes a shine to the new physical education teacher.
Time: 7.30pm
Entry: £8 adults £6 concessions

Chapterhouse Theatre Company performs The Importance of Being Earnest at Chirk Castle.
Starts: 7.30pm
Entry: adults £13.50 students and children £9 families (2 Adults & 2 Children) £40

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