Community Event Week at Park in the Past

FREE Event: Open week during half term for people to drop in and enjoy Park in the Past. We have 4 days of activities planned from Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 5 pm. with evening lectures.

Grabbing some quality time for your self, family, kids and dogs. This is the Tranquil Heart of Flintshire.
Enjoy walks, cycle or jogging around our lake and through our woodland paths. Experience our resident wildlife flora and fauna. Visit our exhibition of the old quarry and village. Celtic crafting for the family to enjoy all week and on Thursday we have minibus site tours for those with limited mobility.

Event Programme 

Tuesday 18th Feb: Evening Talk: The Druids: Fact or Fiction By Rob Chapman. Lecture 7 pm 1hr (£2 per head) Free parking suitable for adults.

Tuesday 18th Feb: Meet the Iron Age (Celt) By Will Llawerch author of  The Little Book of the Iron Age. A superb display of daily living and lots of opportunities to try, touch and experience life before the Romans. Suitable for all ages.Wednesday 19th Feb: Ruth Moore Williams acclaimed storyteller with Tales of Wales. 3 sessions over the day. Suitable for all ages

Wednesday 19th Feb: Evening lecture 7 pm. The Iron Age Celt: Fact or Fiction. by William Marshal Hall. (£2 per head) approx 1hr. Free parking and suitable for adults.

Thursday 20th Feb: Professor Llusern’s Marvelous Puppet Show conducted in Welsh and English. Four sessions over the day. Suitable for all ages.

Friday 21st Feb: General drop in to meet the Park in the Past team and other community and local based services and facilities.
Please note:
On Thursday 20th Feb there will be site tours by minibus for those with limited mobility ongoing throughout the day.
  • February 10, 2020
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