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Thursday, 4 July 2013

Penparcau Summer Fête, 13 July 2013

Pen Dinas Hill-fort, Aberystwyth.

As part of this year’s Festival of British Archaeology events, on the same day as the guided walk to the iron-age fort, Pen Dinas, by Dr Toby Driver on Saturday 13 July, the Royal Commission will also be attending Llwyn yr Eos School summer fête. The school is located next to Neuadd Goffa, Penparcau, where the walk will finish. The fête has been organised to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the primary school, Ysgol Llwyn yr Eos, and the day will run from 12pm until 9pm. Events will include displays by the historical re-enactment group, Normannis, a dog show, street dance, boxing and sparring, choirs, and much more. The Royal Commission will be running a range of exciting children’s activities throughout the day, including an intriguing activity involving copies of the modern and historic maps of Aberystwyth held by the Royal Commission and a programmable motorised bug called Bee-Bot! Please come along to discover more.

For further information please contact Nicola Roberts, Telephone: 01970 621248, or the Penparcau Community Forum, Telephone: 01970 611099.

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