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April 2016

Events in Wales during April
Spring is in full swing. An ideal time for a fun filled Easter family holiday or a bank holiday break. This month we have something for everyone so don't be an April fool and visit Wales this month.


Wye Valley from the Eagle's Nest, Wyndcliffe by imaginedhorizons

Explore the wonderful countryside of Monmouthshire and the Wye Valley. The walks are graded so can be enjoyed by those who want a gentle stroll, all the way through to those experienced walkers who fancy a challenge.

Find out more about the Chepstow Annual Walking Festival

RHS Flower Show Cardiff 15 - 17 April


RHS Flower Show Cardiff by The Royal Horticultural Society

Come to Cardiff and take time to stop and smell the flowers at the RHS Flower Show Cardiff which brings the city centre to life this spring. See floral displays, features and Show Gardens demonstrating the best in RHS gardening practice. 

Find out more about the RHS Flower Show Cardiff


Cardiff
 Literature Festival by Betina Skovbro

The best children’s authors and illustrators come to Cardiff for this event, and the name ‘Roald Dahl’ is likely to crop up quite a bit, this being his centenary year.

Find out more about Cardiff Children's Literature Festival 


The Real Ale Trail bus by Shelly Barratt

Climb aboard the Real Ale Trail bus, discovering authentic Welsh pubs and unique real ales in this part of North East Wales.

Find out more about The Real Ale Trail

23 April

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is the superb backdrop for the three routes (50, 75 and 100 miles) that make up the Tour of Pembrokeshire. As well as the stunning coastal countryside, you get to enjoy feed-stations that are stocked with locally sourced, award-winning, nutritious produce to power you through this wonderful cyclosportive.

Find out more about the Tour of Pembrokeshire

Machynlleth Comedy Festival 29 April- 01 May


Machynlleth Comedy Festival, Mid Wales by Diamond Geyser

The Machynlleth Comedy Festival has quickly gained a reputation as a hidden gem, this year featuring as-seen-on-TV comedy acts such as Stewart Lee. Other acts in the star-studded line-up include Ian Smith and Birthday Girls. The town is known for its quirky venues, which helps to make it popular with both the acts and audience alike.

Find out more about the Machynlleth Comedy Festival

Judgement Day IV 30 April

Principality Stadium, Cardiff by Chris Aylward

The Cardiff Blues will host the Ospreys before Newport Gwent Dragons welcome the Scarlets to town. The Principality Stadium will be divided into optional East and West supporter zones for match day with a host of initiatives designed to make Judgement Day IV a unique experience whether fans are making their Stadium or Regional rugby debuts or are more seasoned supporters.

Find out more about Judgement Day IV

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