Bangor University’s Christmas Crisis
Bangor University has once again shaken the trust in its foundations by announcingwarnings over possible job losses and even the removal of entire departments ina bid to make financial savings.
The news comes less than a year on from strikes swept the national as studentsand teachers campaigned against changes to lectures pensions.
Student outrange has been witnessed online withplanned protests against the changes have popped up on popular University orientatedFacebook page “Bantor University”
Anglesey Woodland Festival Wows Crowds!
Returning for its 14th year the Anglesey Woodland Festival took over the woods of the national trusts Plas Newydd Estate for the last weekend of September.
One of the later festivals in the summers calendar the two-day family-focused eventwelcome over 5,000 visitors into the wood and provided a range ofcrowd-pleasing woodland demonstrations.
The event is run by the Outdoor Learning Wales of Anglesey, a voluntary group made up ofpractitioners in outdoor education and skills, with the aim to promote theoutdoors and educate festival-goers in traditional methods of working.
U Know Fairestival Success For Ty Gobaith
Taking place through 17th to the 19th of August U know Fairestival returned for itsthird instalment.
The festival welcomed a sellout crowd of 1,500 party goers to its previous home,the Sportsman Arms, which can be found nestled in the Denbigh Moors, for asecond time.
Featuring a unique line up, the family-friendly festival boasted a diverse finesthome-grown talent from across the region of North Wales’, with a sprinklecoming from rather a field.
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