Halloween Pier get-together promises to be the fright of your life!
From the Bangor City Council website news this week:
Ghoulish greetings await anyone brave enough to visit Bangor Garth Pier this Saturday 30th October, 3-7pm. Some frightening scenes are guaranteed for the family-friendly get-together, led by Bangor Arts Initiative and supported by Bangor City Council and Friends of Bangor Garth Pier.
Mayor of Bangor, Cllr Owen J Hurcum said:
“We’re delighted to have the Halloween get-together on the Pier this Saturday. Visitors are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes, the Encôr choir will be performing along with a Samba band and circus acts. I would like to thank Bangor Arts Initiative for leading on this, as well as Cllr Enid Parry for her hard work in planning for the occasion.
I would also like to thank Friends of Bangor Garth Pier (FBGP) for their help and support. Under the leadership of Chair Avril Wayte, FBGP have made an invaluable contribution to the success of the Pier in recent months. Thanks to their volunteers, over £5,000 was collected on the Pier in August and all proceeds go towards maintaining the Pier. Their presence on the Pier has made a real difference and the City Council is very grateful for their continued support.
I would encourage people to visit Bangor Garth Pier on Saturday afternoon and some spooky scenes are guaranteed!”