This week we have super furry animals on offer at Margam Park (sadly not the band), alongside local musical talent, Lego, pirates and a bit of history – surely there’s no excuse for boredom in the middle of all this?
The Twelve knights
First up, let’s get the music out of the way. Just Mark will be playing from 9pm on Friday.
Details: 9pm, Friday 28 August, The Twelve Knights
Maddison will be playing from approximately 9pm on Saturday.
Details: 9.30/10, 29 August 2015, The Twelve Knights
Project B are a rock band and will be playing from around 3pm on Sunday.
Details: 3pm, 30 August 2015, The Twelve Knights
The Grand Hotel
Friday sees Brothel Creepers playing from 9.30pm.
Details: 9.30pm, 28 August 2015, The Grand
The flick will be playing from 9:30 on Saturday.
Details: 9.30, 29 August 2015, The Grand Hotel
The Taibach Triangle
Sundays wouldn’t be the same without live music. Check out the bands on offer for this bank holiday at Taibach triangle – otherwise known as the Surge, the Sker and Taibach RFC.
This week, Box Jam will be playing at the Surge from 6pm. Later at 9pm, Jukebox Groove will play a medley of music.
Details: 6pm & 9pm, 30 August 2015, The Surge
The Teddy Pickers will be playing from 6pm outside, so long as the weather is dry. They will be followed by Random T at 9pm.
Details: 6pm & 9pm, 30 August 2015, Taibach RFC
Young Americans will be singing from 6pm and The Riff will follow at 9pm.
Details: 6pm & 9pm, 30 August 2015, The Sker
International Bat Night
The mammals that inhabit the eerie caves around the country will be observed at Margam park this weekend. That’s right, bats will be the star attractions from 7.30pm with tickets costing £3 in advance. You are asked to meet at the Orangery Car Park.
Details: 7.30pm, 29 August 2015, Margam Park
Bank Holiday ‘Pirates on Parade’ Family Fun Day
Ahoy me hearties! Margam Park are getting into the Jack Sparrow spirit with a day of pirates, whales and fun filled activities.
(Free parking- Adults £7.50, Children/ OAP £5.00, Family £24.00).
Details: 10am, Monday 31 August 2015, Margam Park
Come along for a Lego filled afternoon of building. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult
Details: 2.30pm, 1 September 2015, Sandfields Library
Family History Session
Fancy tracing your ancestors in a ‘Who do you think you are?’ style? Then this is the place to go. The session takes you back to a bygone era using documents such as birth certificates, marriage and death records, with an expert on hand to help.
Details: 10am, 4 September 2015, Taibach Library