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The exhibition space is great and during our visit there were some beautiful patchworks which were clearly handmade by craftspeople. Once we walked through the exhibition we headed for the tea shop. Some nice cakes and biscuits were on offer and the tea and coffee...More
They often have good exhibitions on at the centre and a nice little shop. The food in the café is expensive and it is an excessively long wait for the simplest of meals. ( Beans on toast took 40 minutes to arrive). Would not eat...More
It is hidden away from strangers eyes, but I imagine that the locals often beat a path to its doors. It seems to have such a lot of things to offer - we only really went to see the Art Gallery and have a cup...More
A good museum with plenty to look at and learn about. It was quiet as the easter event hadn't started until the week after visiting, but it was nice and there were a cafe and shop in the old renovated church.
Visited the centre twice ina couple of weeks, once to see the panto with my little boy who throughly enjoyed it and then to watch a film. Both events where very reasonable price. The venue is worth a look around and the cafe is worth...More
Tried really hard to find this centre
It was a quiet Wednesday morning
Followed signs on foot from town centre car park -ran out of signs after 15 minutes
Got in car -followed brown heritage signs and then got completely lost and stuck on one...More
what a very nice centre, i have been lucky enough to be able to sing there quite a few times withe the holyhead male voice choir as well as other performers the sound is great and the seating nice. the cafeis ok a little expensive...More
Horrible time on 22nd September 2016 and I wish I'd never gone. Felt uncomfortable as soon as I went in. Staff were curt and unfriendly but I ignored that as they weren't overtly rude or anything. They were very eagle eyed watching my every move...More