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Wed 29 Mar 2017

Things to do in Cardiff This April

April is almost upon us and the Welsh capital has a number of exciting things to offer. Find out what’s on in Cardiff this April and get these dates in the diary to avoid missing out!

RHS Flower Show Cardiff

Spring has sprung so why not celebrate this much loved season at the RHS Flower Show Cardiff? Bute Park will host the floral extravaganza between the 7th and 9thof April, making it the perfect pastime to enjoy during your first Spring weekend.

If you’re a gardening guru, you’ll be in your element shopping at the hand-picked stalls which has everything from gardening gear to gorgeous gifts for the home. There’s no doubt you’ll discover a wide range of unique products you’ll love.

When you’re hungry, visit the Café Quarter and tuck into truly delicious food, including tender hog roast and sensational seafood.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your tickets in advance for just £10 per person, or pay £13 each on the day. It’ll be money well spent; you’ll come away from RHS Flower Show Cardiff feeling truly inspired on how to give your garden a fresh new look.

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Cardiff Castle Easter Trail

The beauty of this Easter trail is that it takes place throughout most of April, not just over Easter weekend. So, if your bank holiday weekend is jam-packed, you can embark on this trail right up until April 23 rd.

Normal admission applies, which you can you check out here, unless you have a Castle Key or Season Ticket, plus £1 per trail. Cardiff Castle Easter Trail will provide you with hours of fun and better yet, if you find all the answers to the puzzles, you’ll win an Easter prize!

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 Judgement Day V

Judgement Day V is returning to the Welsh capital’s Principality Stadium on Saturday 15th April and if you’re a rugby fan, you won’t be able to resist buying tickets for just £10 each!

The first game kicks off at 2:45pm and will see Cardiff Blues take on the Ospreys, and if that’s not enough, at 5:15pm you can watch the Newport Gwent Dragons and the Scarlets face each other for the final game of the day.

Judgement Day V sees four welsh regions battle it out in the centre of Cardiff. Don’t miss out on this much anticipated event!


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If you choose to live in Cardiff’s lively city centre then Bute Park, the iconic castle and the Principality Stadium will be practically on your doorstep.

If you’re interested in moving to the area, call Thomas George today on 02920 395563 today and arrange a property viewing. As an experienced lettings agent in Cardiff, we can help you find a property you’ll be proud to call home.

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