Fancy being Harry Potter for the day?
A world record attempt for the most Harry Potters in one place is being held this Friday in Merthyr.
The Guiness Book of World Records will be judging the event.
The current record is 551 Harry Potters, but organisers are aiming to complete the record with at least 1000 people involved.
Entrants to the record attempt are required to wear a black robe, glasses, have a fake scar and carry a wand.
The event starts at 12.30 p.m. at Cyfarthfa Castle, Merthyr.
It's being organised to raise funds for the hybu charity.
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A Hollywood actor liked one Anglesey pub so much, he visited it three times this weekend.
Stanley Tucci even asked to meet the chef at The Bull in Beaumaris
The Hunger Games star had dinner on Friday night, a nightcap on Saturday ... followed by breakfast on Sunday.
Mr. Tucci was with his wife Felicity Blunt, sister of the Hollywood star Emily Blunt.
They enjoyed their meal so much they asked to meet head chef Hefin Roberts.
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Network Rail has warned train passengers that Queen street station will be closing at 21:15. This is due to the ongoing Beyoncé concert in Cardiff's Principality Stadium.
Commuters should head to Cardiff Central Station where a queuing style system is in place.
South Wales Police have warned Beyoncé fans to check their ticket allocation and head to the correct gate to avoid delays.
The force are also tweeting any advice for fans attending the Beyoncé concert in the Principality Stadium.
The Queen of pop is due to perform at 8pm.
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