I know most of us have collections on a Monday but in case it applies to anyone here are the alternative dates:
The inaugural meeting of our Gardening Group took place at Llanteg Village Hall (LVH) on the 17th of October, many thanks for the encouraging support and for the suggestions regarding the way forward. At the meeting it was decided we would not form a committee at this stage, and that the ethos of the group was to share knowledge, along … Read More
===100 CLUB DRAW – NOVEMBER 30TH=== November draw took place at the drop in coffee morning First Prize £30, Mollie James Second Prize £20, Wendy Jones Third Prize £12.50, Mr & Mrs A Dawe.
Amroth Community Council Community Councillor Vacancy Amroth Community Council is seeking to co-opt a Community Councillor. If you are interested in helping your community and are qualified to apply, please apply in writing by 21st December 2018 to Mrs K Bradbury, Clerk to Amroth CC Trefwynt Farm, Bethesda, Narberth, Pembrokeshire SA67 8HF e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
First meeting went well on 26th November – 8 there and possibly a few more interested. Our first proper class will be on 10th December in Llanteg Hall from 10-12 noon, focusing on doing something with a Christmas theme of some sort. From January we will meet up every 2 weeks on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. … Read More
From Clr Tony Baron – .’I have arranged for Cllr Bob Kilmister, the Cabinet Member for Finance, to attend a meeting on Wednesday 12 December at 6.30 pm at Llanteg Hall to explain the Council’s draft budget for 2019/20, the implication for service provision in the county and the implications for Council Tax. I feel it is very important that … Read More
Many thanks to Mary Megarry for organising and compiling the 100 Year Quiz for Remembrance weekend. We had a full hall and everyone enjoyed trying to answer the 100 questions that Mary had skillfully set to cover each year from the last hundred years. Thanks to Jeni of The Wanderer’s Rest for providing the pizzas and coleslaw, to Sue and … Read More
Some notes from John James’ speech on Remembrance Sunday: ‘World War 1 had its origins back in 1849 when Britain promised to help Belgium if it was ever invaded. This came to pass on 4th August 1918 when Germany invaded Belgium. During the Battle of the Somme Britain lost 60,000 casualties, either killed, wounded or taken prisoner on the first … Read More