The Friends of Bangor Pier and Bangor City Council are pleased to present an exhibition celebrating 125 years of our pier, with a focus on history and local stories. It will run from March 26th until 4th June at Storiel. Entry fee is free with a donation box at the door.
On 5th March a fun day is planned with local authors where they will display and sell their books – which range from children’s books, to local history, to fiction, to poetry, and in Welsh, English, and even Spanish.
As announced on the Bangor City Council website: 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.
This year, for Baby Loss Awareness Week (9th-15th October), Bangor City Council have partnered with baby loss charity, Our Sam, to raise awareness for baby loss, by turning Bangor Pier pink and blue with night time illumination and ribbons.
Annual Passes for regular visitors to Bangor Pier has been agreed by Bangor City Council, with passes available for purchase at the Pier entrance kiosk.