This event is a must for any fan of Dragons v Blues matches and even more so for the supporters of both teams. A great way to raise vital funds for 2 brilliant and worthy causes at the same time. At the time of writing this blog post tickets are still available but are limited and if you have any interest at all you are advised in contacting Rodney Parade on 01633 674955 to find out if any places are remaining, so onto the event itself.
Best of Friends, Best of Enemies – Dragons v Blues Quarter Final Preview Night
This is a special one off Dragons V Blues quarter final preview night supporting #StayStrongForOws & St Davids Hospice at a cost of £35 plus VAT for a 2 course meal and Coffee and the chance to relive some of the great memories of past Dragons V Blues matches and the all-important preview of this historic all Welsh European Quarter Final.
The evening will include Q & A with a range of present and ex Dragons and Blues players including Ian Gough, Xavier Rush, Rhys Williams, Jason Foster and others (subject to change as taken from past information). What a great line up to relive the highs and lows of the derby games and look forward to this massive encounter especially after each of the regions taking the spoils away from home already this season. This is one preview night not to miss. Remember to get in touch ASAP if you are looking to attend as places are very limited.
Taking place at Rodney Parade on Friday 20th March 2015 7pm arrival for a 7:30pm start
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The Real Conversation is a highly engaging and interactive
event that focuses on a given subject. The discussion topic for the event in Llandudno on Thursday 19th March is ‘Apprenticeship for young people – equality and diversity’. The aim of the event is to gain a balanced view across the right mix of people and building a mutual understanding of the subject area.
Why does the Real Conversation want ordinary people involved?
The more people that are able to attend the Real Conversation events means that the conversation becomes bigger and better. Also by more people getting involved the real conversation will become more popular and help continue to create bigger events for the future.
You can read more about Real Conversation and this events on the event listing HERE. The Real Conversation Events are part funded by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government
Can’t make this Event? if you would like to find out about future ‘ The Real Conversation ‘ Events then feel free to contact them via the link to the Website via Twitter, Facebook or email them direct on RealConversation@wales.gsi.gov.uk
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The Vale of Glamorgan Mayor Councillor Howard Hamilton has arranged a special fundraising event ‘A Night at the Races’ which is being held at the St Athan Community Centre, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. The event will take place on Friday 6th March 2015 (tomorrow) with the First race starting at 7pm. Tickets will now be able to be purchased for this event at door on the evening of the event.
Vale of Glamorgan Mayor – Charities 2014-15
For the past year the Vale of Glamorgan Mayor Councillor Howard Hamilton has been supporting 2 charities that this event will also be raising vital funds for. These are the Wales Air Ambulance and also the Barry Beavers Disabled Swimming club. Both great charities and very deserving of the fundraising events held by the Mayor. You can read more about the individual charities by clicking the names above to take you to the websites. To read more about the Vale of Glamorgan Mayor and his time in office as well about the charities selected for the year in office you can visit the Mayor section of the Vale of Glamorgan Website.
Please help share the event and help them raise as much as possible for these great causes.
If you have any questions about the events you can contact the Mayor’s office direct on 01446 709301 or by emailing email@example.com
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The day has arrived, finally it is St. David’s Day and the Events N Wales launch is here. We have been awaiting this day with anticipation and are so glad to finally have the Events N Wales launch and the website live. We would like to thank all those individuals and organisations that have taken up our launch offer to have events listed ready for the Events N Wales launch. Over time our blogs will feature these events as well as events that are added by Silver & Gold members looking into the events in a little more detail and more about the background of them. To give our visitors more of an insight into things like how the events came about, who thought up the ideas or other facts depending on what type of event it is.
Events N Wales Launch
First we wanted to give you a little insight into Events N Wales. This idea of the website came about after realising that there are many websites around that promote business events, fundraising events, music, arts and all the other categories. What we couldn’t find was a website that both individuals, clubs, schools, businesses or organisations could list events on one website that covered the full range of categories and all areas of wales. Most websites that we came across which had an event listing was either for a set area, or had an events side to a website but not dedicated just too all types of events only in Wales.
We hope that over time the website will become a hub for the general public to check events and also all types of events to be posted. This will take time and we are working on various avenues to create the visitors that we would like to be able to promote all the events that are listed. But all websites start somewhere and we are hoping that the support of the Welsh public along with Businesses, Clubs, Organisations and Individuals that we will grow from strength to strength and now that Events N Wales launch has taken place it will become the place to check and list #EventsNWales.
So we would just like to finish off the launch post by wishing everyone a Happy St. David’s day and hope you enjoy any events that you are attending on this fabulous Day.