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Plas Glyn-y-Weddw

Arts Centre

Welcome to Plas Glyn-y-Weddw

Current exhibitions - 28.01.24 - 17.03.24

Cefyn Burgess - 'Cwlwm Gwlân' - "Binding experience, binding memories and binding tradition through thread and wool"

'From Fleece to Loom' An exhibition paying special attention to the history of the wool industry in Llŷn through a combination of the contemporary and the historical. It will also be an opportunity to bring together the work of contemporary artists from all parts of Wales who either weave or use textiles in their work.

Next Exhibitions: March 24 - May 5, 2024

Lou Moore - 'Heaven & Hiraeth'; Terry W Scales - 'We refuse to see the woods for the trees'; Berwyn Jones - 'Retrospective Exhibition'

Visit our online shop: https://oriel-plas-glyn-y-wedd...

A parking system (Parking Eye) is active on site. The first 4 hours are free, but additional time must be paid for.
Please read the instructions on the signs in the car park and note that the fees apply to blue badge holders as well.

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Raffle Winner 2024

Raffle Winner 2024

Congratulations to Susan Chidley from Tudweiliog on winning the Barnacle Ball which was kindly donated as a raffle prize by Matt Sanderson, designer of the Urchin Cafe. Seen here being presented with her prize by Nia Jones.

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Cafe receives 2nd award

Cafe receives 2nd award

The Countryside Protection for Rural Wales has awarded Plas Glyn y Weddw a second award in 10 years. See the award citation by CPRW Chair Frances Lynch Llewellyn below.

Image above - Matt Sanderson and Gwyn Jones receive the award from Frances Lynch Llewellyn. Image by Gareth Jenkins.

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Cafe given prestigious award

Cafe given prestigious award

The new cafe at Plas Glyn y Weddw is now an award winning structure. On Friday the 10th of November the cafe won the prestigious 'Little Gem' award at the Royal Fine Arts Commission Trust Building Beauty Awards Ceremony in London.

The artistic genius behind the design Matt Sanderson was accompanied by Austen Cook of Fold Engineering and Seb Walker from Mark Wray Architects to receive the award in person from renowned poet Sir Ben Okri.

The awards were sponsored by the Ballymore Group and we would like to thank the panel of judges for choosing our cafe for the Littlegemaward.

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