Waste & Tyre Amnesty, Llandovery Mart, , Sat 25th November
Saturday 18th November at 2.30pm Organ Music of all sorts played on the two Chapel organs (Theatre and Church) with Nigel Davies FRCO, followed by refreshments in the vestry.
No charge, but donations in aid of St Mary’s Church, Cynghordy.
This fine building dates from 1844 and was a locally important part of the Great Welsh Revival of 1859. Gosen served the local community for many years hosting Eistedfoddi, Gymanfa Ganu, and meetings of many different kinds as well as being a centre of worship for the Calvinistic Methodists.
Sadly, by 2010 the building closed as a working chapel, and lay empty until it was bought by Barbie and Nigel Davies in 2014. At last the building is water-tight and in use once more. Already we have had an opening event in October 2016, followed by Dursley Parish Church choir’s annual dinner (with Choral Evensong), a much-enjoyed visit from the Llandovery Male Voice Choir in May 2017 and an afternoon of light choral classics from “Razor Sharp” (a Bristol-based singing group) in August 2017.
All events are free, but any donations kindly given will go to support local and national charities. There are no “expenses” as all the performers give freely of their skills.
The Community Council Minutes for 5th September 2017 are now available.
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The Agenda for the Cilycwm Community Council meeting on Tuesday 7th November 2017 is now available online.
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Eglwys Sant Mihangel / Cilycwm Church
Nos Sul Hydref 8fed / Sunday October 8th
7 y.h / 7 p.m
Llywydd – Chairman
Cynghorwr Sirol – County Councillor Handel Davies
Unawdydd / Soloist – Carys Haf
Mynediad / Admission – £5.00
Elw / Proceeds to – Eglwys Cilycwm Church
You download a poster for this event – please click here.
“NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY”
FLU VACCINATION SESSIONS 2017
YOUR DOCTOR RECOMMENDS FLU VACCINATION
LLANDOVERY – in the Castle Hotel
Tuesday 3rd October and Thursday 19th October
At 9 30am – 12 30pm & 2pm – 6pm
LLANGADOG – in the Community Hall
Wednesday 11th October
9 30am -12 30pm
Vaccination is free for our registered patients who:
are aged 65 and over or
are aged 6 months to 64 years old who
- have a disease which affects their lungs, heart, liver or kidneys or who have diabetes or a neurological illness
- have a friend or relative who relies on them for their care
- are pregnant
- have a disease, or take medicines which suppress their immune system
and all children born between 01.09.13 and 31.08.15
Health workers should be vaccinated by their employers unless they fall into any of the categories above.
The vaccines do not contain live bugs and so can’t cause flu.
The vaccination will take up to 14 days to give you protection though will not protect you if you have been exposed to the virus before you had the jab. Vaccination is offered between September and early November because flu is more active from the middle of November.
TACKLING RURAL CRIME TOGETHER
TO RECEIVE AND SEND COMMUNICATION/ALERTS FROM/TO YOUR LOCAL POLICING TEAM SEND BY EMAIL OR TEXT:
Your NAME, ADDRESS, POSTCODE, CONTACT NUMBER TO:
Will Theophilus (willclickclick) has submitted more photos from the August 25th Fun Run.
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“AUCTION of PROMISES” – for Welsh Air Ambulance and Llandovery Hospital.
The good people of Rhandir-mwyn and surrounding area are giving of their time and skills to raise money for the Welsh Air Ambulance and Llandovery Hospital.
The event is being organised by the Rhandir-mwyn and District Community Association (RDCA); it will take place on SATURDAY 28th OCTOBER at THE ROYAL OAK INN in Rhandir-mwyn.
The idea is to ‘make a promise’, – which the auctioneer – Mr Paul Adams – will sell to the highest bidder. Paul is well versed with being the man with the gavel, and his services at other events in the Upper Towy Valley are well sought after. He said that it is “always a pleasure to support the local community, especially a charity event for such worthy causes.” He went on to say that “many of the lots on offer are particularly desirable”, and that he’s “got his eye on one or two” of them himself!
The RDCA would like to thanks the many people which have already pledged their ‘promises’, and to Chris at The Royal oak for providing the venue, and the “Chips & Dips”
A spokesman said that “we are delighted with the variety of promises received to date, and would welcome additional pledges. We are looking forward to a good fun night; we hope to have a full house with lots of people bidding, raising money for our nominated charities”. Detailed below are some examples of the ‘lots’ that have been received so far.
Check out their website http://www.rhandir-mwyn.org for further information. All welcome. Dewch yn llu.
|Bara Brith a month for 1 year
|Personalised Stained Glass
|Dinner for Four at The Old Vicerage
|Dinner for Four at The Old Vicerage (to fill table)
|Small Engine Service
|2 Night Stay at The Cabin
|Days Fishing at Springwater with breakfast & Lunch
||Matthew & Jane
|Push Bike Repair/Service
|Family Portrait Session. Preview Set on CD &
1 x 10 by 8inch Framed Picture
|£20 Travel Vouchers on Arriva Trains
|24 Shirts – Ironed
|£20 Food Voucher at The Towy Bridge
|One night Baby Sitting (police checked and qualified)
|Slab of Chocolate Brownies made to order from Nom Nom Chocolate
|2 Hours Strimming
|Restoration of old/damaged Photograph
|Breakfast for 6 at Tudor’s
|2 x 1Hr Music Lessons on Guitar or Ukelele