Posted by: Geoff | September 7, 2015

Helfa Gelf


The Helfa Gelf Art Trail started this weekend. The trail runs throughout September and provides an opportunity for the public to visit artists in their studios across North Wales. Here’s the Tabernacle on Upper Mostyn Street yesterday afternoon, open as part of the trail. To see what’s on and where, visit the Helfa Gelf website.

You might also spot a poster for LLAWN03, Llandudno Arts Weekend, behind the Helfa Gelf banner. The free arts festival takes place on 18-20 September, when in the Tabernacle you’ll find two performances by leading choreographer Jonathan Burrows and composer Matteo Fargion. Find out more on the LLAWN03 website.



  1. Dnt know bout art mych .but hope it all goes well for u all.. 🙂

  2. We have something similar in London too.
    It’s E17 Art Trail in East London.
    It’s fun!

  3. An art trail. That’s something I’d like to explore!

  4. You have lots of fun stuff going on. I would enjoy all of it! We have a fall festival (October) which brings a lot of artists and craftsmen into town. But it’s pretty much the same year after year.

  5. Sounds like it would be a good time to be visiting your area!

  6. I love art tours. I think it’s amazing that it’s open for the entire month!

  7. It sounds really good, watching different artists at work.

  8. I had a look at the website, what a fabulous array of artists! My goodness I hope you got/get to enjoy it!

  9. That beautiful gate is a good place to start!

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