As part of the Roald Dahl 100 Wales celebrations, marking what would have been his 100th birthday, come and get involved in workshops inspired by Roald Dahl’s most well-loved characters in Flintshire.
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20 miles over 1 mountain. You’ll begin your journey at sea level from within the UNESCO World Heritage listed Caernarfon Castle before climbing steadily through the beautiful landscapes of Northern Wales with some obstacles along the way. Once you’ve braved the elements and descended from the summit of Snowdon, you’ll then face the ‘All Out Vertical Kilometre’, a guided abseil, and a series of land and water based obstacles designed to test what strength remains.
Find out more about Man vs Mountain
02 – 09 September
Eight stages ending in Cardiff.
Find out more about The Tour of Britain Wales Stage
06 – 09 September
Set in Portmeirion with a name taking inspiration from The Prisoner, the 1960's spy-fiction series shot there, Festival Number 6 is a different take on the 'city festival' with stages all over the Italian-inspired seaside town. No.6 is an intimate, bespoke weekend of music, arts and culture.
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All aboard The Real Ale Train! Enjoy a selection of real ales on a real steam train while taking in the scenic surroundings of this part of North Wales.
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A 2.4 mile (3.8km) swim, a 112 mile (180km) cycle, followed by a marathon, with only 17 hours to complete it all. Just an average Sunday really...
Find out more about Ironman Wales
14 – 16 September
The Good Life is created by Cerys Matthews, Steve 'Abbo' Abbott and Charlie and Caroline Gladstone who have put together the very best of music, books, food and the great outdoors. This will be a voyage of fun and discovery for the whole family.
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The Brutal Extreme Triathlons start in the beautiful Lake Padarn. The bike course goes through stunning scenery and over some challenging hills. And finally, the run takes you on a undulating trail round the lake and up and down Wales' highest mountain, Snowdon.
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One of the biggest events in the UK foodie calendar, with 200 exhibitors from Wales and further afield, a food Academy for children with hands-on workshops, a rolling programme of chef demonstrations featuring the region’s finest and special masterclasses, workshops, tutored tastings and talks. New for this year, the Artisan Kitchen School will host cooking classes throughout the Festival weekend.
Find out more about Abergavenny Food Festival
16 – 17 September
Showcasing outstanding local produce, celebrity chef expertise and live music to create a fabulous foodie weekend for the whole family.
Find out more about Mold Food and Drink Festival
22 - 23 September
The Superfeet Sandman race venue is incredible Newborough Forest, the start and finish set in an exclusive area within the 700ha woods adjacent to the world famous Llanddwyn Beach.
The Superfeet Sandman Triathlon has something for all abilities and comprises of four distances, the Legend 72.4, Savage, Full and Sprint. You will also be able to compete as a relay team in both the full and sprint distances.
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22 – 24 September
Elvis lives, thanks to the thousands of fans and the tribute artists who attend this annual gathering of blue suede shoes, Vegas jumpsuits, and whopping sideburns in Porthcawl.
Find out more about the Elvis Festival
23 – 24 September
This community event, entirely volunteer-run, won‘t get the biggest names, but it’s still one of the friendliest and most enjoyable food festivals around. Expect food stalls, live music, street theatre, talks and tastes, chef demonstrations and free children's activities.
Find out more about Narberth Food Festival