UPDATE: As a mark of respect after the Queen’s death, the Awyr Las event on Saturday has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.
We are pleased to announce that Aled Jones, Welsh singer and radio and television presenter, has agreed to become a Patron of FBGP. Born in Bangor and brought up on Anglesey, Aled reached widespread fame in the 1980s as a teenage chorister and since then has had a successful career and varied career including as a contestant on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Over the four days of the Jubilee weekend, FBGP along with the kiosk holders will be putting on some special entertainment and activities. There will be games for children by The Pavilion and a Royal Treasure Hunt! In the afternoons and early evenings there will be live music on the stage by The Pavilion and a bar. We will look forward to seeing you there!
An invitation to join us on the pier on 14th May for a celebration of 126th Anniversary and the presentation of the PIER OF THE YEAR 2022 Award!￼￼
We are delighted to be able to invite you to Bangor Garth Pier for a day of celebrations for both the 126thanniversary and the presentation of the Pier of the Year Award by National Piers Society Chair Tim Wardley.
The National Piers Society (NPS) has just announced that its coveted annual prize will go to BANGOR GARTH PIER, ‘a fitting achievement for this Grade II* listed Welsh pier in its 125th year.’