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Events happening near by Allt y Gog Johnstown Carmarthen Wales United Kingdom

UK Pink Floyd Experience

Recreating the sights and sounds of the legendary Pink Floyd live in concert, this highly authentic show features over 50 years of hits by this iconic band. The highly acclaimed show also features over two hours of songs from both iconic albums "Dark Side of The Moon" and "Animals" as well as "Wish You Were Here", "Shine on Your Crazy Diamond", "Another Brick in The Wall" and "Comfortably Numb" alongside impressive video projection and a stunning light show. With outstanding musicianship, superb vocals and world-class production, this spellbinding show is a true celebration of all things Floyd and appeals to fans of all ages.

The Lyric Theatre
8 KING STREET Carmarthenshire County

Sat, 28 Jul 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Young People, Resilience and Well-being (Carmarthen)

The Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work is funding a series of free national, collaborative 'Policy and Practice' seminars around the UK. The aim of these seminars is to foster greater levels of collaboration between higher education institutions and practice agencies in the profiling of challenges and opportunities facing youth and community work policy and practice across the UK. This Seminar Title: 'Young People, Resilience and Well-being: issues for youth and community practice' Hosted by the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and co-designed with the University of South Wales, this event will include representation from practice agencies from across South Wales including Pembrokeshire Youth Service and Garth Youth & Community Project. The seminar theme will be repeated at the Newport Campus of the University of South Wales on 15th May, 2018 (follow this link if you wish to book in to the Newport seminar). This Seminar Brief: The purpose of this seminar will be to explore practice, research and policy in relation to the growing profile given to young people’s resilience and well-being. Research is providing an increasing insight in to how health and well-being experienced during childhood and adolescence can have a long-lasting impact on the individual (Green et al 2014); and a particular emphasis has been placed on this through The Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) Act (2015). It is intended that this seminar will highlight a number of opportunities to carry out further research in partnership with practitioners to help inform the well-being debate and to highlight the positive role that youth and community work can make within current policy agendas. This seminar will be run at both rural (Carmarthen) and urban (Newport) venues to encourage full participation from practice agencies and cross-institutional collaboration.  These will provide an excellent  opportunity for students, practitioners and academics to meet and explore the different approaches to promoting well-being with young people through a reciprocal seminar approach. Who should participate?  We invite participation from practitioners, academics, researchers, agencies, policy-makers and activists from across the region who share a concern for the wellbeing of young people and communities. The seminar will include opportunities for participation and networking with a view to extending partnerships between academia and practice agencies. How do I book? Click on the green 'register' button to reserve your free space (which will include refreshments; and catering where a seminar includes a typical meal-time). Please select the booking category that best fits your status and you will be emailed a confirmation 'ticket'. Further updates and information will follow as the event draws nearer with final joining details and a full programme emailed a week in advance of the seminar date. What other seminars are taking place? This seminar is one of ten free 'Policy and Practice' seminars taking place around the UK - each with a unique theme and approach - and you can view the full list of events via this link. *The Professional Association is grateful to the Paul Hamlyn Foundation for a grant that allows us to offer these seminars as free events to all participants. More information on the grant making activities of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Youth Fund are available on their website via this link.

University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen Campus
The Parry Room Carmarthen

Fri, 4 May 2018 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Skanda Vale Hospice Sponsored Walk 2018

We have 3 spectacular walks to choose from: The first is a difficult and strenuous but beautiful and rewarding cliff-top 8 mile walk (hard) with stunning views, including the famous witch's cauldren. We walk from Newport Sands to Ceibwr Bay (Moyle Grove). The second walk is another 8 mile walk (moderate) but more mild with flat parts. It is a coastal Walk starting at Pwllgwaelod and finishing at Parrog. This walk takes in stunning veiws around Dinas head as well as wooded valleys and beautiful beaches. The third walk is a beautiful 3 mile circular coastal walk starting at Pwllgwaelod, following the coastal path around Dinas Head and ending back on the beach. Suitable for families (children who are 7 years +) but with some challending parts. Everyone ends up together back at base camp for a delicious lunch!  Here are some pics from last years walk...

Canolfan yr Urdd, Pentre Ifan
Felindre Farchog , Sir Benfro Crymych

Mon, 7 May 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Amanda Palmer

The singer-songwriter and New York Times bestselling author performs fan favourites and new material with special guest Andrew O'Neill.

The Lyric Theatre
8 KING STREET Carmarthenshire County

Thu, 10 May 2018 12.00am -
Thu, 10 May 2018 12.00am

Barry Steele & Friends: The Roy Orbison Story

Barry Steele takes you on this specially revamped musical journey in time from the early Sun years right through to the late 80s. Add to the mix our fabulous friends celebrating and performing the music of the stars who toured and performed with Roy, and you have yourself an incredible fusion of 60s Solid Gold Classics and contemporary musical genius all on one stage.

The Lyric Theatre
8 KING STREET Carmarthenshire County

Thu, 28 Jun 2018 12.00am -
Thu, 28 Jun 2018 12.00am

CADW: Kidwelly Castle

The impressive remains of a castle established by the Normans in the early 12th century. The stone castle was first raised by the De Chaworths and was modified later by the Earls Of Lancaster.

Kidwelly Castle
Castle Road Ferryside

Mon, 1 Jan 2018 12.00am -
Wed, 31 Oct 2018 12.00am

Momentum 2018 and Celebration for Baptists in Wales

The Baptist Assembly in Wales  - Friday 22nd and/or Saturday 23rd June 2018   Friday - will include morning sessions for BUW and SWBA delegates followed by an afternoon thinking and sharing together about the challenges and opportunities of mission in Wales facilitated by Dr Kang San Tan, the new Director General of BMS World Mission who will bring a different perspective from the World Church. We also look forward to his keynote address to conclude the day.  Ensuite Accomodation with single room including breakfast is available on site at the University if you would like to stay Friday night for £34.50 per person. Please note this is booked direct with the University but contact details will be provided for you should you wish.  Saturday - will be a day for all ages with a full program for children, youth and adults. With seminars, speakers and a fun-filled program for young people we hope that as many as possible will come and celebrate a great church day out.  Please contact Mrs Bonni Davies for further information:  [email protected] 

Halliwell Theatre
College Road Carmarthenshire County

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Joe Lycett: I'm About To Lose Control And I Think Joe Lycett

Articulate storytelling and anecdotal humour from the critically-acclaimed comedian, often found in dictionary corner on 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown.

The Lyric Theatre
8 KING STREET Carmarthenshire County

Fri, 27 Jul 2018 12.00am -
Fri, 27 Jul 2018 12.00am

National Trust: Colby Woodland Garden

Set in a tranquil secret valley this hidden woodland garden with a rich industrial past is full of surprises.

Colby Woodland Garden
Colby Lodge Stepaside

Fri, 9 Feb 2018 12.00am -
Sun, 23 Dec 2018 12.00am

Llanelli Colour Splash

ARE YOU READY FOR THE COLOUR SPLASH? Light up events are hosting the Colour Splash in Stradey Castle Estate, and invite you to Run, Walk, Jog, or crawl along the 5k route, enjoying the party spirit along the course! This will be the second year that the Colour Splash comes to Llanelli and we anticipate it's going to be MASSIVE!  Last year we had so much fun! You can read a bit more about the event from one of our participants' blog: and if you want to read a bit about the event click here to see a blog from a participant: https://mindovermatter94.wordpress.com/2017/10/12/the-racing-diaries-llanelli-colour-splash-5k-2017/ What is a colour splash 5k? The colour splash will take you on a 5k adventure with a party atmosphere, whilst taking you through 5 colour stations splashing you in powder! Expect a mixture of a trail run, obstacle course and colour powder runs to bring you this truly unique course. Can't run 5k? Not a problem this event is about having fun, and if that means walking around having a paint fight then that's great! If that means running it twice, go for it! What is at the finish? Expect a medal, a snack and a drink as part of your entry fee. Feel free to purchase T-shirts and food from our vendors.  Our Chosen Charity is Llanelli Mind Llanelli Mind has a mission to provide appropriate and timely support for those with mental health illness, their carers, and their families. Their vision is for all people suffering from mental health illnesses to receive the support they need to recover and live a fulfilled life. Llanelli Mind also want to see more positive awareness of mental ill health, and for everyone to be able to recognise the signs of their own mental health needs. FAQs What time is the run? - You will be allocated a Wave time between 11-3 and we ask that you arrive an hour before your wave time to make sure you get your tickets. Can't make your wave? Just contact us for an alternative if one is available. Where is the event held? - Stradey Castle, Pwll, Llanelli, SA15 4PL Is the event timed? - This is not a race, we do not time anyone we expect people to enjoy the day and finish in their own time. You are welcome to try and time using your GPS systems and mobile apps.  Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? - Any children (that's under 18's) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. No ID is required. What can I bring into the event? - You should bring/wear comfortable and suitable for running clothes, something not too valuable as it will get covered in paint! How can I contact the organiser with any questions? - Email us at any time at  [email protected]  or  call 02920 100 066. What's the refund policy? - Refund policy is on our website. No refunds are typically accepted due to the costs we incur from the moment you purchase a ticket, but we always try to move you to our next event, or you can swap tickets with your friends.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? - We recommend bringing a copy, or your mobile copy to register to avoid any issues.  Can I update my registration information? - Send us an email at any time to update.  Is my registration fee or ticket transferable? - Yes, providing it is done 14 days before the event date.  Is it okay if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? - As long as we have been notified of the change 14 days in advance. 

Stradey Castle
Pwll, Llanelli Carmarthenshire County

Sat, 11 Aug 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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