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6 to try this week.

1 RNLI Sea Swim. 1.5km charity event, Llandudno, tomorrow, 11am An energy charged 1,500m swim around the bay at Llandudno. Swimmers will be chip timed and a t-shirt will be provided. Starts at the water''s edge and the race involves completing two laps of the course. ? Details xtramileevents.com, 0161 928 6795 2 Battles on the Border, Wrexham Museum, tomorrow, 10.30am-3pm Cwmwd Ial, the medieval re-enactment society, will be at the town centre museum giving battle displays, weapons demonstrations, sales stalls, information and fun activities for all ages. Admission is free.

. ? Details 01978 297460, wrexham.gov.uk/heritage 3 Badger Watch, Wepre Park, Connah's Quay, tomorrow, 7.30-10pm A guided walk around this country park's labyrinthine pathways to see badgers in their natural habitats. Participants should book in advance and need to be able to sit quietly for long periods. Meet at Wepre Park Visitor Centre.

. ? Details 01244 814931 4 Antiques Fair, Royal International Pavilion, Llangollen, 9am-4.30pm Browse around a large variety of stalls featuring antiques and collectables. Cafe on site. Admission pounds 1, under 14s free.

. ? Details 01490 450338, llangollenpavilion.co.uk 5 North Wales Military Show and militaria fair, Tye Ucha Farm, Caerwys, tomorrow and Sunday, 9.30am-5pm Military vehicles and miliatria, stalls, re-enactors, dioramas, entertainment, music from the Homefront, live bands, road run and competitions.

. ? Details 01492 530745, mvt.org.uk 6 Hand spinning display, Trefriw Woollen Mills, Conwy ValleyTuesday and Thursday, 10am-5pm Hand spinning demonstrations and natural solar dyeing exhibition at this traditional Welsh woollen mill, which also has a popular shop. ? Details 01492 640462, t-w-m.co.uk
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