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Nyth Open Day
Historic Bangor church to open doors to allow public to view creative hub plans.
We’re about to transform the grade II listed former St Mary’s Church in Bangor into an arts, culture and community hub dedicated to young people.
The site on Garth Road, will be opened up on Thursday, July 29 to give the public the opportunity to see the plans for the new centre.
The plans for the building will be displayed at the open day and will include a large state-of-the-art performance and rehearsal space, a smaller cellar studio, office space and flexible gathering spaces.
“We understand how important this building is for the local community so It’s really important to us that people have the opportunity to see the building before the work starts to get a sense of the transformation planned,” said Nia Jones, our Executive Director.
HOW TO ATTEND
You must pre-register in advance through our online booking form or by calling 01248 715048. Please select a suitable time slot to help control numbers.
Please note Frân Wen will be following Covid-19 rules and restrictions. We will be limiting the number of people for each slot and we will ask everyone to wear a face covering unless they have a valid medical reason not to.
NYTH OPEN DAY (LL57 2RW)
Thursday, 29 July
11am – 7pm
BOOK: online or call 01248 715048.