L Fest heads to Wales! UK’s biggest lesbian festival is to leave the Midlands

L Fest heads to Wales! UK’s biggest lesbian festival is to leave the Midlands
National, Local News
Posted on 28 Nov 2017

L Fest, the UK’s largest lesbian festival is set to move to a venue outside of the Midlands for the first time.


The eigth edition of the award-winning festival will be moving to the seaside location of Llandudno in North Wales.

The event has previously been held in the Midlands over several venues however bosses are embracing the move to Wales.


Cindy Edwards, the Event Director first visited Llandudno in July and over many further visits admits to falling in love with the town.

“It is perfect for our event, with the ideal event location of Bodafon Farm, but also the whole town lends itself to being a place our festival goers will visit time and time again”.


L Fest takes place between Friday 13 and Monday 16 July. For more information, please visit www.lfest.co.uk

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