Posted: Mon 29th Aug 2011 Going Out Guide (August 30-September 5)

This article is old - Published: Monday, Aug 29th, 2011 Going Out Guide (August 30-September 5)

Tuesday 30th August

Nant Mill Country Park is inviting people to ake bags of wonderful smells from their herb garden including Lavender, Rosemary, Thyme and Sage and find out about celtic herbal cures. Starts 1.30pm. Tickets £1.75 per child.

A how to price your product workshop is taking place at Bersham Enterprise Centre for local entrepreneurs. It provides an understanding of the pricing process and helps identify the different types of business costs. Starts 5.30pm. Entry free. Contact Hilary Neil-Williams on 01978 366366 or email

Wednesday 31st August

Another one to keep the kids entertained at Alyn Waters Country Park, they can paint colourful Celtic designs on stones found in the park. Starts 1.30pm. Tickets £1.75. Suitable for all ages accompanied by an adult.

Alternatively there’s another Kids Fun Craft Workshop at Plassey Craft & Retail Centre. They can make spoon puppets, fridge magnets, rulers and much more. Starts 10.30am. Entry free.

Thursday 1st September

Ponciau Banks is holding a Community Fun Day for families in the area. Starts 1pm. Entry free.

Award winning Geordie comedian Jason Cook who has been in Chortle’s top 50 gigs of the decade will be performing at Clwyd Theatr Cymru in Mold supported by Danny Deegan. Starts 8pm. Tickets £9 concessions £7.

Friday 2nd September

American Michael Burks and his band will be playing at Overton-on-Dee Village Hall on Friday night. He’s billed as one of the top blues guitarists in the world and was a sell out at his first British gig in Overton last year. Starts 9pm. Tickets £15. Box Office: 01948 770215 – advanced booking is required.

Central Station’s monthly over 16s Beats, Dubstep & DnB night Hysteria will also be taking place on Friday. Starts 8pm. Tickets £10.

Saturday 3rd September

A Festival Family Fun Day is being held at Alyn Waters Country Park (Llay Side), includes fair ground rides, bouncy castle, face painting, pony trecking, hot and cold food and more. 10am till late. Entry free.

An Evening with the London Welsh Male Voice Choir, in the third in a series of choral events, the William Aston Hall welcomes one of the most famous choirs in the world. The programme will include a variety of choral pieces sung in both Welsh and English. All proceeds to Wrexham Rotary Club. Doors open at 6.45pm. Entry £12 adults £8 concessions.

Sunday 4th September

Bryn y Grog Farm in Marchwiel hosts a Car Boot Sale from 6am every Sunday with a large number of goods on sale. For more information contact 01978 266913.

Monday 5th September

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