JOIN the ranks and watch history come alive at Bodelwyddan castle this weekend.

No Man's Land 2018 - World War One and World War Two Living History Event - is taking place tomorrow (October 13) and Sunday (October 14).

During the event, visitors can explore a replica World War One trench system filled with a range of World War One re-enactors in authentic uniforms and period dress.

Guests can also tour round the large indoor World War One exhibition inside the castle and stroll around the site of the original World War One training trenches, following in the footsteps of troops training for deployment to the Western Front during the Great War.

A spokesperson for Bodelwyddan Castle said: "This is an unmissable child-friendly event with something for all of the family and the perfect opportunity to experience hands-on history. I am hoping that we have a great turnout.

"The event will be the first time that we have hosted a multi-national interpretation event and we are delighted to be doing so in conjunction with Axis-Allied who are experienced World War One and World War Two interpreters.

"We have always held the view that it is important to remember the men and women of all nations affected by conflict, and to promote understanding and the ethos that we have more in common than not.

"The interpreters will be based in the trench and No Man's Land and will be there to fully engage with our visitors, and to share their knowledge and enthusiasm.

"With the upcoming Armistice Commemorations and the unrivalled interest from Educational Groups in the Trench Experience this really is a fabulous opportunity to see history up close."

Standard castle and park entrance fee applies plus £3.

'Trench tours' will not operate. Instead, visitors are invited to walk around the trench and meet the re-enactors.

The event will run between 10.30am and 5pm. For more information, visit or telephone 01745 584060