Vale of Clwyd Bonsai Society

Vale of Clwyd Bonsai are a group of enthusiasts who meet to work on all things Bonsai related.
You'll find us approachable and full of fun, always keen to talk Bonsai and willing to assist/encourage you in this absorbing pastime.

Venue: Level Road Community Centre. Hawarden, CH5 3 SB


Represented here are galleries of workshop events and collection walks put on by the Vale of Clwyd Bonsai Society:
2011 - Club Workshops
2011 - Club Show - Bodnant Gardens
2012 - Collecting Trips
2012 - Club Meetings
2012 - Club Shows - Bodnant Gardens, Woodfest, Wirral Show
2012 - Members Visit - Bonsai in Wales Show
2012 - Club Workshops
2013 - Club Woodfest Show
2013 - Members Visit - Best Of British Show
2014 - Annual Club Show
2016 - Swindon Winter Image Show

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Alan Hurd said...

George Mowbray Deceased Ex Member
Memorial Concert Sat 29th March 2013
Salvation Hall Windsor Street Rhyl L18 1BW
Crewe Co-op Band North West
Phone Valerie Hurd Daughter 01745 331646 Shop or O1745 354683 Home. Tickets £5-00.or Kevin Mowbray Brother see below

12th March 2014 :: Brass Celebration Concert for Rhyl Salvationist George Mowbray
Press Release 12/3/14

There will be a celebratory brass band concert on Saturday 29th March at Rhyl Salvation Army Corps, Windsor Street, Rhyl LL18 1BW, starting at 7.30pm. The event is to celebrate and remember the tremendous contribution made by the late George Mowbray to music making in Rhyl and much further afield.
George was Young People’s Band Leader at Hednesford SA and latterly Rhyl SA, and many of those he taught to play have gone on to enjoy careers at the highest level within Military Bands, Orchestras and Brass Bands.
The concert programme has been chosen by the Mowbray family, and reflects George’s passion for brass bands and Salvationist arrangements. George was a Patron of The Co-operative Funeralcare Band North West, from which his son Kevin retired as musician and Chairman. His Grandson, Daniel and wife Hannah Mowbray both play percussion in the band.
Kevin Mowbray said “Dad was so patient, and like many others gave up countless hours to pass on his knowledge and musicianship to scores of young people. He may have passed on, but what a legacy of music-making he leaves with us all.”
Kevin continued “The last time Dad heard The Co-operative Funeralcare Band North West perform was at Dan and Hannah’s wedding in March 2013. It was such a happy day, and my brother Malcolm, sister Valerie and family want the concert at Rhyl SA on 29th March to be celebratory, too.”
All funds raised will be shared between Cancer Research UK and Rhyl Salvation Army for their local work. Tickets (£5 donation) can be obtained from Kevin Mowbray, or by calling 07849 609125. Or go to the Events Page on this website and send a ticket Enquiry.
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