North Wales Area
If you like coastline with lots of beaches and beautiful rolling countryside, then you should come and join North Wales B.C.C. at any of the many meets they run in the area. We run a full programme with only a shortish break over the coldest of the winter months.
Our area also runs two, month long T.H.S.’s, the first one is May/June at Llanrwst and the second one is June/July at Bodelwyddan, both very easy to get to.
Bodelwyddan is famous for the Marble Church, built by John Gibson in the 1850s, and also for Bodelwyddan Castle, which is now used as a branch of the National Portrait Gallery.
Llanrwst is an ideal central location to use as a base to discover the best that North Wales has to offer.
Apart from having access to a long coastline you can visit the Snowdonia National Park which is full of places of interest. Snowdon, at 3,560ft dominates the landscape of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Claim this mountain peak, the highest in Wales, as a lifetime’s achievement, or take the Snowdon Mountain Railway and take in the stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views at your leisure. It's all part of a great day out for you and your family in North Wales. There is also a beautifully scenic railway which runs right the way through the Park.
If you like the countryside you can just meander through the beautiful hill and valleys, which is what North Wales is famous for.
On top of all this there are many more attractions all over the area from the world famous Caernarfon Castle, and the Inigo Jones Slateworks in Caernarfon to the Electric Mountain hydro electric station in Llanberis which is built into one of Europes largest man made caverns and the Isle of Anglesey is easily accessible just over the Menai Bridge.
Harlech Castle in Snowdonia National Park