Welsh Assembly Rugby Versus House of Commons & Lords – The Big Game at Caerphilly Rugby Club

This February, don’t miss out on the big game at Caerphilly Rugby Club –  Welsh Assembly Rugby Vs House of Commons & Lords!

No need to book tickets for this fantastic charity match; simply turn up and enjoy. However, there will be buckets asking for voluntary contributions for the amazing charity Bowel Cancer UK and it would be amazing if you could if you could put something in.

The bar will be open all day too. Please click here to follow the event on Facebook.

Masquerade Ball at Bryn Meadows Golf, Hotel & Spa

Why not get into the spirit of Valentine’s this February with this wonderful Masquerade Ball on Saturday 9th February 2019?

Ticket prices to this event include:

* Drinks reception
* Three course dinner
* With The Worlds Favourite Phantom, Peter Karrie
* Special guest Katie Phillips

This event will be running in aid of the following charities; Amelie’s Army, a Wish For Milly as well as #Bounce4Bob and the Brain Trust

£48 per person
£40 per member

Book with the Events Team on 01495 225590 or click here to book online here.

Standard resort terms and conditions apply. Fully payable at the time of booking, which is non refundable and non amendable.

Woof! Woof!

Now we’ve got your attention, why not head to The Dog House Grooming Salon and find out how you can get your furry friend all pampered and feeling as good as we do? They also clipped our nails for free when we were puppies and picked us up for a small price too. See you there!

Megaday – August 2018 – Virginia Park, Caerphilly

Megaday is Caerphilly’s awesome premier live music festival, in aid of Velindre Cancer Centre to be held this year on the 26th August 2018.Don’t miss out on this chance to give something to charity and listen to some great music at the same time!

Megaday is an annual charity live music event held in Caerphilly, South Wales, on August bank holiday weekend. All proceeds are donated to the Velindre Hospital Cancer Appeal.

Megaday began in 1995 as a tribute to Andrew Nichols, a Caerphilly musician who had lost his battle with cancer that year. Andrew was known to his friends by the nickname Mega, and so the event was named Megaday in his honour. The first Megaday was held on Sunday 17th September 1995 at Caerphilly RFC, with six local bands performing. The event raised over £3,600, and this success inspired the organisers to make Megaday an annual fixture.

In August 2001, Paul “PG” Grahame also passed away from cancer. Paul had been instrumental in the organisation of Megaday from the outset, and had also performed at every Megaday with his band, PG & The Tips. Since then, Megaday has been held in memory of both Mega and PG.

Since the event’s humble beginnings in 1995, it has grown year on year, and the Megaday Appeal has raised over £300,000 for Velindre Hospital Wales, where Andrew and Paul were treated. The donated funds go towards cancer care and research at the hospital. See more

Headliner act booked for 2018 is the popular 4th Street. Read more about them below!

Formed in 2001 4th Street has had a true apprenticeship in the unsigned music industry, where most bands have long lost the belief in their dream, 4th street slogged it out and the hunger has grown stronger.
The release of the Début album “Wake Up Call” sold a massive 3000 hard copies to a fan base that grew overnight, with this support and overwhelming reaction the path was set for a great future, following the release the band set a 15 date uk tour and were creating a buzz. Local radio station Red Dragon FM (Now Capital FM) saw something exciting and invited the band to perform “Party In The Park” 2005 in front of a crowd of 25,000.After a string of EP releases they created a second Album titled “Kick the habit” at Long Wave Studios, with producer Romesh Dodangoda, who had produced for Manic Street Preachers, Kids in Glass houses, Funeral for a Friend, Twin Atlantic among many other great bands. It was the game changer, this album was picked up by Kelly Jones and Richard Jones of Stereophonics which lead to the band being invited to open up the Summer In The City concert in Cardiff City Stadium to a sell out of 30,000.Kick the Habit went on to sell well in excess of 6000 copies in hard copies and online downloads, it continues to sell strong to this day and the success of this year alone shot the bands profile up dramatically. With an incredible foundation in place the bands status grew and they became more popular with promoters across the board making the call work with them, the support slots came rolling in with some fantastic headliners such as Electric Six, Toploader, The Darkness, Mike and the Mechanics, The Stranglers, 10CC, Dodgy, We Are Scientists, Scouting For Girls, The Felling, The Enemy and list goes on.Late 2013/2014 after literally a year of solid grind to fund studio time the band went back to Long Wave Studio to finish off the tracks for the 3rd Album “Claim To Fame” prior to this 3 singles were released off the album “Long Way Round” “Bitter Sweet” and “Golden Girl” all having a fanatic response. The months following have been totally dedicated to touring, hitting the festival circuit and promoting as much as physically possible.

Make no mistake 4th Street are one of the Hardest working and most dedicated bands out there, with a work ethic to rival the biggest names on the planet, passionate, persistent but patient, they will never give up.

More information on Megaday 2018 to follow

Bedwas Rocks 2018

Bedwas Rocks is back!

This fantastic three day family friendly festival  in the heart of Bedwas delights every year so why not click here to book your tickets soon to avoid disappointment.

Friday night from 7pm -Country and Western themed night!

Saturday gates open at 12pm. A classic singalong rock all day Saturday and llive music starts at 3pm until late.

Sunday gates open at 12pm. Young Battle of the bands competition on Sunday. Talent competition begins at 2pm with the winner gaining the opportunity to open the Glastonselfy Festival at Parc Penallta.

All in aid of st Johns ambulance

An Evening Of Clairvoyance – a charity event -at Ruperra Club, Trethomas

Caerphilly Christian Spiritual Church in Bedwas are holding ‘An Evening of Clairvoyance’ to raise money for a children’s charity.

There will be four popular  mediums present from 7pm until 11pm; Leigh Gameson, Paula Boyce, Hayley Rogers and Angela Porter.

This charity evening has been organised to raise much needed funds help some special volunteers to support a very deprived village in Romania. On the 7th July 2018, ,a group of volunteers will be setting off to Targu Mures in Transylvania, Romania. Their aim is to provide two weeks of fun activities at a camp for children to attend. At the camp, children will not only benefit from having three meals a day (a rarity for children there)  they will also have the have the opportunity to learn and develop through play.

Tickets will be available from the Caerphilly Christian Spiritual Church (which is open twice a week) or from the Ruperra Club itself. Alternatively, please message here  to purchase tickets for delivery (where possible).


Breakfasts with Belle at The Moat House Inn

A great charity event for all those Belle fans!

Be our Guest and meet Belle from Beauty and the Beast! Only £8 per child. Includes a cooked breakfast, goodie bag and a meet and greet with Belle.
Booking is required. Limited spaces available. £2 from each ticket sale will be donated to The Autism Directory and Side by Side.

Family Easter Event for Jacob’s Fight at Rhymney RFC


An event to help raise funds for JACOB’S FIGHT!

  • Disco

  • Face Painting

  • Snowy Cones

  • Cupcakes by sugar rush

  • Easter bunny visit

  • Party games and prizes

  • Glitter tattoos and nail painting

  • Easter egg hunt

  • Hot dogs and chips

  • Fancy Dress-optional

  • Just £3 ticket per child and baby – adults are free!

Tickets can be purchased from the RFC itself or by phoning Jade on 07085274412.

There will be red ribbons and badges a viable on the day to purchase.

Please show your support and pop along!

Wales on Wheels – for Breast Cancer Care Cymru at Bryn Meadows Golf, Hotel & Spa

Wales on Wheels is Breast Cancer Care Cymru’s action packed static bike event, which see’s companies from across Wales compete against each other to cycle 550km.

Taking place on 14th or 15th February 2018, between 8.00am – 5.00pm and on specialist Wattbikes. The race is divided into 64 cycling slots each day, with each slot 15 minutes in length. As it’s only fifteen minutes of pedalling, it means people of any fitness level can take part.

Prizes will be awarded by Breast Cancer Care for both physical and fundraising efforts, and teams will be allocated points including furthest distance, best fundraiser, king and queen of speed and best selfie .

If you would like to take part please contact the team on fusion@brynmeadows.co.uk (don’t forget to include the preferred date and time) or to donate you can do so here: http://www.wales-on-wheels.com/bryn-meadows.html

To book your place,  please go here!

Enable – Caerphilly Children’s Centre Fundraising Concert with Rechoir and The BTM Brass Band

Rechoir and BTM That’s Brass are once again joining forces in aid of Enable supporting Caerphilly Children’s Centre.

Featuring all your favourite choir and brass hits, and some you won’t have heard before, this definitely is a concert you won’t want to miss!

Tickets are only £5 and are available from Caerphilly Visitor Centre on 029 2088 0011 or on the door.