Rail passengers and North Wales British Transport Police Officers enjoyed a lion dance performance at Bangor station this morning – to celebrate Chinese new year.
The performance was organised by Transport For Wales and staff from The Garden Hotel in Bangor.
BT Police Wales Tweeted: “A very energetic, entertaining and enjoyable performance – certainly brightened up the day for us and the passengers at the station.
“We’re grateful again to the Garden Hotel in Bangor for their help arranging the performance.”
Police Sergeant Rowlands was also on hand to give a impromptu performance on the drums.
Being a Police officer requires many skills… being a musician is probably one of the less frequently utilised ones.
Nevertheless, PS Rowlands giving it his all. pic.twitter.com/CemnF82lEv
— BTP North Wales (@BTPNorthWales) February 8, 2019
On Saturday, 9 February, The Confucius Institute of Bangor University will be celebrating Chinese New Year in the centre of Bangor.
The dragon parade will leave Bangor Cathedral at 12pm and make its way along the High Street to the Clock and back to the Cathedral, with a gala taking place inside the Cathedral from 12.30pm until 2pm, which includes performances of Chinese music, song, dance and Chinese marital arts.
The event is free of charge.