Placing of the Festival Seat Another seat has been finally put in place on the Gateway Meadow, opposite the Hanbury Arms, giving a further chance for walkers, young and old to rest and take in the views of the emerging Meadow – Blodeuwedd meaning Flower Blossoms was carved by Chris Wood over the period […]
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On Wednesday 11th July the Morriston Orpheus Choir and Director, Joy Amman-Davies, returned to lift our spirits. Those lucky enough to witness their performance in a packed St. Cadoc’s Church were treated to a rich repertoire enhanced by soprano soloist, Chloe Angharad Morgan, who was simply stunning. Spirits soared. See the Choir’s arrival […]
THE 16th CAERLEON FESTIVAL 2018. The annual ten day Summer Festival was, as always, wide in scope and big on ambition. It began on a hot summer’s evening with Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” in the amphitheatre and ended with the weekend of THE BIG FREE. There was music, arts/crafts/ entertainment extravaganza on both banks of […]
Harry & Elisabeth Kachline For almost too many years to count Caerleon has annually welcomed two returning visitors who, like summer swallows, come to soak up the atmosphere of the Big Free weekend. Their enthusiasm is apparent to all who meet them. They have a passionate interest in visiting the Festival Field, to be part […]
CAERLEON FESTIVAL FIELD PRESENTS . . . . . 2018 sees the return of many old favourites and a few new faces. Meet the newcomers and the many you will have met before on Saturday 14th – 15th July on the Festival Field. On the FESTIVAL FIELD – the Exhibitors and Marquees Aunt Betty’s Homemade […]