Chaparral Andrew Hodges is setting off on a musical pilgrimage along the Llyn Peninsula. He will be starting at St Hywyns' Church in Aberdaron on Saturday 21st March and playing in 8 fantastic churches along the NW coast concluding at Bangor Cathedral in late May. There will be a summary concert in Llangwnnadl to coincide with the Llyn Arts Festival on Tuesday 26th May.
concert will be recorded to become the backing track for the next
performance Andrew describes his music as ‘not at all mainstream’
He will be experimenting with different sounds and sound patterns
to create something which is truly unique.
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The Night & Day in Manchester has received support from the likes of Guy Garvey and Johnny Marr.
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These videos of North Wales's castles recorded by a drone give viewers a bird's eye perspective of the great landmarks
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The plan is to build a 75-acre solar park which has been approved by town councillors and would give an alternative to turbines
A solar farm has been proposed for Caernarfon
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German company Kronos Solarwants wants to build a massive solar…read more
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