This year we are thrilled to announce that Rhyl Rugby Club, supported by the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) will be providing 2 hours of free coaching at Rhuddfest where children aged 6 and over can be taught by qualified coaches in an inflatable cage.
Rhyl Rugby Club have a brilliant minis, juniors, youth and seniors rugby structure which provides children from all backgrounds the opportunity to play our national game. Rhyl Rugby Club & the WRU providing the cage and coaches for Rhuddfest is a fantastic example of their tireless work to bring Rugby to the community. The WRU and Rhyl Rugby Club are keen for the sport to be available to more people, more often to increase enjoyment, participation and success across the whole game. Rugby, unlike many other sports, has a real focus on participation, inclusion and community; after each game the players from both teams sit down together for meals. The friendships made on the Rugby pitch last a lifetime.
Rugby focuses on
- Fair Play
Bring your children along between 1pm and 3pm so they can enjoy an introduction into this wonderful game. The pitch will be hard to miss and the coaches from Rhyl Rugby Club & the WRU community Team will be happy to talk to you and coach your children through some fun basics.
Rhuddfest’s organisers have always enjoyed watching Rugby; whilst not players ourselves we have many local family members and friends who have a long standing relationship with Rhyl Rugby Club, we’d encourage you to become a part of this club which does a fantastic amount for local children, their parents, the community and the game we love.
Many Hands Make Light Work
Rhuddfest is proud to be support Mind and Childline. Our two chosen charities for 2017.
During the festival all proceeds raised from the welling wanging competition and giant pie throw will be shared between Childline and Mind.
Will you be Rhuddfest 2017 Welling Wanging Champion?
Competitors will be required to hurl a Wellington boot as far as possible within the boundary lines. Hurl from a standing start or take your best run up; the choice is yours.
Prizes for Adult and Children winners.
Giant Pie throw
Local primary school children are busy designing the face for our giant pie throw. We are super excited to watch children, parents, and friends having fun throwing the pies.
Each activity costs £1.
Childline does an amazing job, supported by active volunteers all year round. If you are interested in volunteering for Childline as a counsellor, switchboard volunteer or as a schools service volunteer then please get in touch. Sally King-Sheard volunteer coordinator for Childline Prestatyn, would love to hear from you. Email us at email@example.com and we will pass on her details.
Browse Childline’s website to find out more of what they do. For volunteering information visit the NSPCC website.
Rhuddfest is a great place place to be, whether you wish to settle on a hay bale, listen to the music or wander around the field.
Check out our line up page to discover who is playing at Rhuddfest 2017.
Some of the activities at Rhuddfest include:
Main bar and cocktail wagon serving refreshing soft and alcoholic drinks.
Fun for the whole family. Kids crafts keeping little ones busy.
Look out for our mascots, stop them for a photograph or a hug.
Get into the true festival spirit with a face paint.
Ian Murray chainsaw carving/sculptor. Creating works of art from natural resources.
Coconut shy a traditional game loved by young and old.
Giant pie face: Are you brave enough?
Welly wanging: This year we will be looking for the Rhuddfest 2017 wellington boot throwing champion.
The Gourmet Sausage Box – selling different flavoured sausage made by their local butcher in Caerwys. Flavours such as Welsh dragon, red onion and traditional goat Italian to try.
Sweet trailer selling a wide range of sweet treats and candy floss.
Pop up tea room serving tea, coffee, juice and cakes.
Visit our What’s on page for more.
Some activities have an extra charge.
Rhuddfest is a local music festival full of home grown talent whilst raising awareness and funds for Mind and Childline. All proceeds from the Giant pie throw and welly wanging will be divided between the two chosen charities.
Children under 14 have free admission with a parent or guardian.
Rhuddfest is a family friendly music festival that draws together visitors, family and friends from across the region.
We are looking for traders and exhibitors who can bring a variety of food stalls and activities to our festival.
In addition we want to showcase our local community.
Applications from local clubs, charities, artists, carvers and artisans are welcome.
Supporting artists, carvers and artisans bringing unique goods, beautiful art and sculptures to the public.
If you have a local club, or charity and would like to raise awareness or offer free taster sessions during the festival we would love to hear from you.
To apply to trade or exhibit at Rhuddfest 2017 please fill out our traders from.