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What To Do with a Moody Teenager This Summer In Snowdonia

Anyone with teenage children will know the gruelling performance one has to go through when entertaining a ‘teenager’ on holiday. Even though the days of your child enjoying or even wanting to do what you planned are a far distant memory, all is not lost… I am not suggesting the daily fight of getting them up and out will go, but from personal experience, this list of what to do with a moody teenager this summer in Snowdonia has been a life saver…   CLIMB A MOUNTAIN This will be met with untold amount of complaining. However, just choose one of the bigger peaks so it’s a challenge and something they will remember with pride. After the first mile of moaning, they soon get into it and when you reach the more challenging aspects of the summits, they will come into their own. Here is a really A Really Simple Walking Guide Up Snowdon.   ZIPLINING…

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Harlech Cinema Is Now Open

Harlech Cinema Is Now Open

The Harlech cinema is now open and back in town! You’ll find it at Theatre Ardudwy and it’s a film experience with a difference. Due to local funding, the local theatre is now able to show digital screenings of up to date cinema releases and we couldn’t be more excited. For a start it saves a 1.5 hour drive to the local cinema chain, but more than that, it is another great addition to the local town where the castle, swimming pool, climbing wall, golf club, shops and fantastic restaurants and cafes offer offer both local residents and holiday makers plenty do when in Harlech. The cinema is based in the theatre and the tiered seating means no heads in the way when watching the films! Popcorn, sweets and drinks are available from the bar and the quality of the films is great. New releases will be showing throughout the summer including A Regular Little Houdini,…

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