is hosting a celebration of the Welsh Middle Ages – with particular reference
to Owain Glyndwr and the Age of Welsh Princes – over the weekend of September
14 and 15.
aim is to take people back in time to another era and show what daily life was
like in those days.
event, organised by a team of volunteers, will celebrate Corwen’s connections
with Owain Glyndŵr, who was proclaimed Prince of
Wales on September 16, 1400 by his supporters, from his nearby manor of Glyndyfrdwy, which began his 14-year
rebellion against English rule.
festival Gwyl Y Fflam will see medieval reenactors from near and far
descending on Edeyrnion to create living history camps.
spokesperson said: “This lively, historical recreation offers a glimpse into
Welsh heritage. It’s also a fantastic gastronomical feast with
medieval hog roast and drinks.”
The market stalls will be selling food
and crafts of our local artisans.
will be a medieval jester, sword fighting, battle re-enactments, jugglers, fire-eaters,
have-a-go archery, medieval theatre with puppets, historical exhibitions, live medieval music and
dances, story tellers and a lot of children's activities.
Fighters from all over the UK will challenge each other in the two-day British
Medieval Combat Championship Heritage Cup VI at the festival.
Day Ticket Prices :
£6 Per Adult
£3 Per Child
£15 – Family Ticket (based on 2 adults & 2 under 16’s)
Weekend Ticket Prices:
£9 Per Adult
£4 Per Child
£20 – Family Ticket (based on 2 adults & 2 under 16’s).