Whats on?

Scroll down – there’s quite a lot to see (and see also the Arts Page)

Coming up at the White Eagle

Summer is finally here so we’re welcoming a wide range of fresh seasonal produce to our new summer menus.

With ingredients such as toasted pine nuts and freshly roasted summer vegetables, our lighter dishes are still bursting with flavour.

For a taste of the summer, why not try our Seabass Nicoise? It contains only the best quality, responsibly sourced, sustainable fish, straight from the sea

BActive@Rhoscolyn

Andy Short is running a series of kayak, coasteering a sea kayaking taster sessions in Rhoscolyn throughout the Summer holidays .  You can book using the web site link shown below, or contact Andy at the number give for bespoke sessions.

Andy is also in the process of finalising an activity day to be run in conjunction  with the North Wales Wildlife Trust on 25th August, which will include the usual activities plus some snorkelling, orienteering and treasure hunts.  Again, for further information use the contact details below.

Mob: 07833 424046
www.b-active-rhoscolyn.co.uk

The Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead

A dynamic arts centre, in Holyhead, the Ucheldre offers a diverse programme of arts and performance, with a programme of community events. There is also a cafe, shop and garden.

The Art for All exhibition runs throughout August, until 5th September.  Se the Arts page.

There is a 200-seat theatre space, home to concerts, drama, film and literary events.The main art exhibitions typically change every six weeks, with a succession of new and interesting work to view. Recent movies are shown here.

They have lots going on in the theatre so have a look at their website:  www.ucheldre.org.

St Gwenfaen’s activities

The Songs of Praise planned for the Rhoscolyn beach on Sunday 6th August has been cancelled.

The Summer Coffee Morning will be held in St Gwenfaen’s Hall on Saturday 12th August from 10.30 to 12.00 noon.  On the same day, the Hall will be open to serve afternoon tea between 15.00 and 17.00 hours.

And, St Gwenfaen’s will be open for visitors between the hours of 14.00 and 16.00 every afternoon in August – a good opportunity to have a look round this beautiful church (although you can also do this of course by attending a service there!).

To find out when there will be services, contact Edna Aldred – 01407 861388; 07763988088.  Or look at the notice board outside the church.

Oriel Môn, Llangefni

The main arts centre of Anglesey, Oriel Ynys Môn is a museum and art gallery located in Llangefni. The History Gallery provides an insight into the island’s culture, history and environment; the main art gallery holds up to eight exhibitions annually by local, national and international artists, while the Long Gallery and the Central Gallery exhibit six shows a year.  There is also a cafe and a gift shop.

The Kyffin Williams gallery has a dynamic and changing programme of exhibitions displaying the artist’s work, including from private and national collections.

Running at the moment in the Kyffin Williams gallery is an exhibition of works from The North Wales Society of Fine Art (until 27th July).  It features works in a wide variety of media: painting, drawing, textiles and sculpture.

To find out more and details of these and other current exhibitions and events, visit www.angleseyheritage.com.

Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

This will be held in Rhoscolyn hall on 29th September.  More detail to follow.