Imagine Snowdon as a sacred mountain. Picture Eryri and Yr Eifl as two mountainous arms protecting the holy isle of Môn, heartland of the druid high priests of Britain.
Ancient sites still abound in Snowdonia, and stories of these peoples have survived: of Bran the Blessed, Gwydion the Storyteller, Blodeuwedd, Taliesin and many many more. It’s easy to see why Snowdonia is regarded as one of the most mythical landscapes in Britain.
Awareness of these beautiful Welsh folk tales can enrich your experience of the land. So come and join Eric at Caban at 7pm on Wednesday 22 February. More event details HERE.
***Limited spaces available*** To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Optional meal: Caban curry will be served between 5.30 – 6.30pm (Price £7.50 per head – must be booked in advance through Caban – call 01286 685500).