For those who might not have noticed the Wanderer’s Rest is now up and running again on certain days – I have no more information other than what is on their sign.
Don’t forget the FUN DAY on 30th July – lots of signs out to remind everyone! Polly and friends have been doing a great job of selling raffle tickets already and have raised almost £800 so far. The day is in aid of WELSH AIR AMBULANCE and the First Responders will be bringing a defibrillator along to demonstrate and give … Read More
iSea Surfwear (Longlane) and Lets Inspire Media (who host the Llanteg website) at the Pembrokeshire Business Awards last night – unfortunately no prizes this time but a great night out. (Could not a see a picture for So Sweet Couture.)
===EVENT AT CASTLE ELY – SUNDAY 23RD – CONTACT CAZ IF YOU WANT TO ATTAND=== It is ‘Dragonfly Week’ from the 15th – 23rd July, so to continue the development of our Local Wildlife group, Dee has made the excellent suggestion that we get together to conduct a dragonfly survey (The Dragonfly challenge) on Sunday 23rd July, at 6pm. The … Read More
Regular Events at Llanteg Hall from july 17
July Walk Coed Ystrad Woods and Llanllwch The next walk is around Coed Ystrad Woods and Llanllwch at Johnstown on the outskirts of Carmarthen, and very kindly being led by Nigel Bailey. Meeting either LLANTEG at 1.15 – Anybody wishing to car share meet at the village hall car park at 1.15 … Or at 2.00 at Xcel Bowl at … Read More
100 Club Draw – the latest draw took place at the recent hall committee meeting held on 10th July and the winners were: £30 – number 6 – Jill Roberts: £20 – number 26 – Simon Egginton; £12.50 – number 53 – Mollie James. Prizes are slightly higher from now on as we have a few more members. The more … Read More
===REMINDER=== Hall Committee Meeting Monday from 7.30pm – anyone interested in our village hall welcome to join us.
Some pictures from our History Society lunch at Begelly Arms – with members from some other groups included as well.
Well our first official ‘Llanteg Great Get-together’ went off very well. Thanks to Theri Bailey for suggesting that our village join in the national event called ‘The Great Get Together’. The aim of the ‘Great Get Together’ was to celebrate communities and to acknowledge the belief of Jo Cox, the young murdered politician, that people have more in common in … Read More