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February

Plas Newydd House and Gardens - 17th - 21st February 

Red Squirrel Walks and Talks - Join the Volunteer Red Squirrel Rangers as they take you on a walk to try and spot the Plas Newydd reds. Chat about our furry little friends and learn more about how they returned to Anglesey. Every Saturday and Sunday from 11.30am until the 16th February.

It’s all about mud, glorious mud at Plas Newydd for February Half Term. Make some mucky creations in the mud kitchen, create some messy artwork or slip and slide down the water slide - all with added mud of course! A whole range of outdoor mud and water activities for all ages.

If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle for a while, why not have a go at something different this year? Join Plas Newydd's local and experienced instructors for qigong and forest bathing classes during the weekend of Saturday 29th February and Sunday 1 March.

With two sessions of qigong and forest bathing available on each day during the weekend, you can even try them both.

For more information click here

Beaumaris Gaol Ghost Hunt - 15th and 16th February 

Have fun an thrills exploring the dissused Beumaris Gaol and give each other a fright. Click here for more information. 

Beaumaris Caft and Artisan Fair - 17th February

Set in the quaint, castle town of nearby Beaumaris, the Bulkeley Hotel has panoramic views of the Menai Straits & Snowdonia, and is host to popular Craft & Artisan fairs accommodating 20 stallholders. Visitors receive free admission (10am-4pm) and a 10% discount voucher to enjoy delicious refreshments in the hotel's coffee lounge. There is ample nearby parking and it’s dog friendly. For more information click here

Being Bee Friendly - North Wales Wildlife Trust - 21st February 

Anglesey beekeeper Jenny Shaw describes how Welsh Government's Action Plan for Pollinators is addressing the dramatic decline of these hugely important insects in Llangefni. Click here for more information. 

Penrhyn Castle - Dark Skies Festival - 20th - 24th February. 

Enjoy learning all about the nigth sky and the stars above over the course of four days worth of events and activities at the castle.

February Half term fun in association with The National Trust and Snowdonia National Park. The team as the castle will explore the night’s sky, learn about stars, constellations and planets, explore our traditions, cultural heritage and relationship with the night’s sky and find out how being a Dark Skies Reserve has a positive impact on our environment, nature and our lives. 

For more information click here.