Thanks for more donations – this time two old photographic plates of Zoar and its deacons, kindly donated by Barbara and Arthur Howells.
If you do any sort of craft/hobby and are interested in having some items on show please get in touch so we can gauge interest. It is NOT a competition, just an afternoon of sharing our hobbies, so the more people involved the better. Anyone is also welcome to just pop in for tea, cake and a chat and to … Read More
Well with much thanks to Jean Hamilton the History Society has had a donation of all the old Garness deeds. We have not had a chance to study them yet but we can see the date of 1745 – so we should be able to find titbits of information if we can decipher them! Also a lovely aerial shot of … Read More
Well its big thank-you to everyone who came along to our Jo Cox Get-together and History Society exhibition today. It was great to see everyone, plus some new faces! A big thank-you to Sue for setting up yesterday and to our willing helpers on the teas today – plus those who dismantled everything afterwards. The exhibition was a lovely tribute … Read More
Please see attached final maps in relation to this year’s Long Course Weekend. Following a review and feedback from communities there has been amendments made from the original circulated plans. A key element has been starting the bike element at 06.30am rather than 7.00am allowing closure to be removed earlier. SEE MAP LINK BELOW FOR FULL ROUTE AND INFO https://drive.google.com/open?id=1EtbxYu0ojCTpPxzQwpiJSbn8ngIjNIvO&usp=sharing
It was with some sadness that it was unanimously voted at our recent AGM for our society to be wound up. The society began with a good core back in 1999, but sadly over the years we have lost several members, and it is difficult to carry on with so few attending meetings. It has achieved far more than many … Read More
At our June Coffee Morning we will be holding a raffle in aid of the World WIldlife Fund in support of their June ‘Wear it Wild’ day. So if you have any leopard or wildlife-inspired clothing to wear – please do!
Anyone like to vote for the village hall grant application before its too late? You have to register on their website first though.https://www.calor.co.uk/shop/communityfund/llanteg-village-hall-enhancement?fbclid=IwAR1LosRJ7aGrrYiD_gqSzLMPLSMHfkpL5L3SO0LPvXR0jUu8nFRQ6fvSG98
Given only four weeks until next scheduled meeting – let’s have a DOUBLE meeting. We’ve created an event on Facebook page for Tuesday 18 June. The book for next month is the Hippopotamus by Stephen Fry chosen by Gwyn. This should make for a good contrast to A Christmas Garland so an interesting evening.
Polly Raymond of Rose Cottage is opening her garden to visitors on Saturday 25th May from 11-1pm. Entry is free but donations can be made towards Llanteg Gardening Group. (Rose Cottage is down Allen’s lane past the Old School Garden on the lower road)