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Exhibition: Sand Dunes at the Ucheldre

Join us at The Ucheldre to discover sand dunes through a new exhibition.

A sign on the dunes at night

In 2023 the Dynamic Dunescapes Project, the Ucheldre and Wild Elements CIC joined forces. The goal? To help Anglesey visitors and residents discover the sand dunes of Rhosneigr, through art. Working together, a programme of activity days has taken place throughout the year, and two films have been produced.

Visit the exhibition to see the works created as well as other arts projects that have taken place as part of the Dynamic Dunescapes project in North Wales.

Opening times:

Monday – Saturday 10:00 – 17:00

Sunday 14:00 – 17:00

Additional event information

All are welcome and you can drop into the exhibit anytime during opening hours, but why not pair your visit with one (or more!) of the following:

  • 16/09 Dune-inspired Children’s art club sessions (book via Ucheldre website ‘classes’ page – £2 fee)
  • 30/09 Drop in and join Wild Elements between 11:00 – 14:00 for activities and crafts to reveal the magic of the dunes (free)
  • Check the Ucheldre centre social media and website for other activities taking place during the time the exhibit is open

For more information about the exhibit please visit https://ucheldre.org/ or contact the Ucheldre

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