Thanks to Nick Peplow for these beautifully composed photos.
See more of Nick’s work here: nickpeplow.co.uk.
John, for North Wales Jamaica Society, has asked us to share information about the following event:
Celebration for Black History Month 2013 Saturday 2nd November at Penrhyn Castle in Bangor – free of charge.
Register with Black History Month for the event by
- emailing email@example.com
- or mobile John Wyer 07427522001
- Or register on the day at Penrhyn Castle on the day
(let staff know you are there for the Black History Month Celebration).
There will be two presentations starting at
- 10am and again at 2pm. sessions which will explore Jamaican history through Reggae music,
- 10.30am and 2.30 pm sessions music and poetry by Spicy Fingers
- 11am and 3pm sessions ‘Castles of West Africa@ with Rev Garnet Parris
- 11.30am and 3.30 pm sessions Capoeira sessions with Wales only capoeira group Mocambo
The ideal time to see the castle would be during the lunch break form12 noon until 2pm.
Look out for the BHM signs when you reach the Castle grounds.
Banda Bacana had great fun at Telford’s Warehouse – a cool venue, fluffy crowd, and great sound! We got a this lovely feedback from the venue:
I was there for the whole show and thought you guys where great. The crowd was really into it and you got everybody moving. It’s ace to have such an entertaining band in the venue and I will for sure look to get you back at some point.
Cheers, Mike D – Telford’s Warehouse
Conwy Food Festival
Friday 26 0ct, Conwy Quay
Conwy Quay will be rocking with a great program of music this weekend as part of this weekend’s Conwy Feast. Banda Bacana will be headlining Friday night, in the heady atmosphere of the Real Ale Marquee, supported by great new Salsa band, Que Rico. This is a night not to be missed – and it’s FREE!
Here’s an aerial photo from Google. It’s interesting to see how much green space has disappeared in the short time since the photo was taken.
What a lovely day was has in Bangor at the Apple Fest on Saturday. It was a great use of public space for a community event. The Martin Dawes Combo in the Museum grounds was one of the highlights for us.