What a week! Hope you’re having a fantastic time whether you’re on a staycation or
visiting Swansea in this amazing weather.
There’s no let-up in things to do this weekend and next week:
The Commonwealth Games are live on Swansea’s Big Screen – watch the drama in the open air in a free deckchair!
Become an archaeologist for a day and learn more about the fascinating history of the castle through artefact handling in the Archaeology Festival and Medieval Fun Day at Oystermouth Castle on Saturday, 26 July, 11am – 4.30pm. Normal charges apply.
Race for Life is this Sunday 27 July from 11am. Support thousands of women running, jogging or walking 5k around SA1 to support cancer research – good luck everyone!
It’s the start of Swansea’s outdoor concerts with Katherine Jenkins Live in Singleton Park also on Sunday, 27 July. Gates open from 6pm and if you haven’t got a ticket yet, don’t worry – there’s still time and you can buy on the gate too. Grab some friends, a picnic and settle back to watch one of Wales’ superstars perform live.
Pop along to the Dylan Thomas Centre on 29 July for a Notebook making workshop – one of the many events taking place to celebrate Dylan’s centenary. Perfect for the kids :)
Fun continues into next week at Swansea Museum with an origami boats and planes on 31 July.
We’re into August and there’s free stuff by the bucket load! Head over to Cwmdonkin Park for free children’s play sessions from 1 August. Botanics in Bloom opens on 1 August and runs until 31 August. See the gardens in glorious bloom in Singleton Park plus plant sales and events.
Have a fab weekend and enjoy the sun 8)