Autumn/Winter Newsletters – these have been printed and should all have been delivered around the village and surrounding area. If anyone is missing a copy please let Ruth know – email@example.com or phone 831298. There is also a copy online for anyone further afield to read at llantegvillagenewsletters.blogspot.co.uk
Templeton Walk Saturday 18th November – Meeting at 1.40pm at Llanteg Village Hall if you want to share lifts, or 2.00pm in Boars Head Pub car park in Templeton. We are planning on going into the Boars Head Pub for drinks and cake after. The walk is very kindly being lead by Nigel Bailey, who has lead some walks for us … Read More
Remembrance 12th November – we held our Annual Service on Remembrance Sunday in Llanteg Hall. Thanks to Sue James for setting up and to John Lewis-Tunster for conducting the service. Also thanks to everyone who brought along mementos.
A recycling reminder – and not just for ‘flats’!
Defibrillators are at: Amroth Community Hall, Summerhill Outside Llanteg Village Hall New Inn, Amroth Outside Osborne Shop in Amroth.
===FRIDAY 27th=== Drop-in Get-together/Coffee Morning at Llanteg Hall – from 10.30am. Free as usual and all welcome to pop in for a chat and a cuppa. ===SATURDAY 28th=== Halloween Event at The Wanderer’s Rest.… Come + enjoy a night of Halloween partying on 28th October at 6pm. Chilli, chips + bread £5, Halloween Quiz with prizes, Fancy dress (optional). Kids … Read More
The planned walk for today (21st October) has been cancelled due to the bad weather.
Tenby/Saundersfoot First Responders wish to thank all those who attended the recent defibrillator training at Llanteg Hall and who raised £50 for their funds.
===Defibrilator Training=== Following the defib training at Llanteg last evening when we had around 22 people, defib training for Amroth has now been booked. There will be two sessions: Wednesday 25 October afternoon Thursday 26 October evening Both sessions at Amroth Village Hall. The times for the defib are 3-4:30 on Wednesday 25 October and then 6-7:30 on Thursday 26 … Read More
Found this lovely image on google maps today. It was taken in July 2017 by Ben George. I cannot contact him so hope he doesn’t mind – I am linking back to the original image.