What's On

Listings of coming events in and around Llangadog, Capel Gwynfe and Bethlehem

Every care is taken in compiling this list of What's On and all details given below are believed to be correct, but dates, times, etc can change. Details can be checked by ringing the numbers given.

 

Do you have any news or upcoming events that you would like to see listed on this website?

If so, look out for Caron, in the computer corner at Llangadog Post Office.

She will be collecting information for inclusion on the website, so go over and say hello!

Due to a couple of other commitments, which end in May, Caron will try and get into the Post Office as and when she can in the week, keep an eye on the times posted on the Llangadog Matters Facebook page.

From 14th May, Caron will be in the Post Office every Wednesady from around 11am.

If you have something that you want added, you can also email Caron on this address - caronthomas55@yahoo.com

 

Dai Thomas at the Llandeilo Jazz Festival 

Local musician Dai C Thomas, will be performing in two venues during the Llandeilo Jazz Festival this weekend.

Dai will be at The Ginhaus from 2pm on Saturday 7th July and at The Salutation Inn from 5pm on Sunday 8th July.

 

Cylch Meithrin Llangadog 

Gwyl Haf Cylch Meithrin Llangadog/Cylch Meithrin Llangadog Summer Fayre. We are holding a summer fayre on 1st July. We are looking for local company's/businesses to sponsor this event, an advert will be added to the programme. If you are interested in supporting us please get in touch. Crafts / advertising / businesses etc stalls also available on the day at £5 a table.

Cylch Meithrin Llangadog are celebrating 40 Years in September!!!!
If you would like to be involved in organising this event please contact me (Rhian Llewelyn-Davies)
If you have any information about any previous/past leaders or anyone who had a connection with the Cylch please get in touch.

 

 

Events at Bethlehem Hall

http://bethlehemhall.wales

JUNE EVENTS AT BETHLEHEM HALL

The Pop Up Café at Bethlehem Hall will be popping up for the season, opening from noon to 3pm every Sunday until mid October. We will be serving light lunches and home made cakes. There will be specials on the menu each week as well as the usual selection of panini, omelettes, sandwiches and salad platters and cakes.

Sue and Nia


Hiring the Hall

If you want to book the hall for events, then get in touch with Nia who is now managing the bookings.
You can contact her on bethlehemhall17@gmail.com or by phone 01550 777254 or mobile 07747021462.

 

BETHLEHEM SPORTS DAY

The annual Bethlehem Sports Day will be held on Sat 21 July, 2.30pm .
We are hoping that the weather will be kind and that we will be able to make use of the field that we have kindly been offered, but we will be meeting initially at Bethlehem Hall and will go on from there.
There will be fun and games for children, plus a BBQ.

All welcome to come along and watch.
Adults £2, children £1.

 

 

COMMUNITY GARDEN AT BETHLEHEM HALL

Just a short update on plans for the community garden at the hall.

Hanging baskets will be going up at the end of May and several large pots will be positioned in the area to the right of the hall where the oil tank compound is located. This has been identified as a good place to develop in to somewhere that could offer both the community and passing visitors somewhere pleasant to sit. It will also be a useful outside space for the cafe. One picnic bench will be installed this month and we plan to put one or two more in later in the summer.

Currently, at the back of the area, there is a collection of old, plastic children's toys which have seen better days and are well past their best. Our current thinking is that we will remove these. If anyone would like them and wants to come and collect them for use either at home or to donate to a group that might get use out of them, then please let us know.

If anyone has plants, or pots they would be happy to donate, then do get in touch. It should be possible to create an attractive, inviting space with not too much effort and as a famous supermarket says, 'every little helps'! In this case, even small donations would be much appreciated.

Sue

 

BETHLEHEM MUGS

Our super duper new Bethlehem mugs have literally just been delivered, aren't they lovely?

Available in the hall, price just £5.

A big thank you to Geoff for letting us use his lovely sketch of the Old School, and for his painstaking work in preparing the image ready for printing. Also to Sue who drove a hard bargain with the company, ensuring we got the best possible deal!

 

Bethlehem Notebooks

Look at our new notebook!

In addition to the ever popular Bethlehem jute bag (we actually sold out of them in the run up to Christmas!), we will now be selling new merchandise in 2018, and look what landed on the doorstep a few days ago - really gorgeous notebooks, fabulous quality, complete with the famous Bethlehem star.

They will be available at the hall when the café starts up again at the end of April, as well as at other community events such as the quiz, suppers etc.

Priced at £4.50, they are perfect for keeping in your bag, and they would make great little gifts, a special little reminder of a special little place.

 

 

 


Upcoming Events at Gwynfe

Summer Picnic

Taking inspiration from this lovely weather a Gwynfe Summer Picnic is being arranged for Sunday, 29th July 2018.  

The event will kick-off at 2:00 p.m. on land adjacent to Glan Clydach (by kind permission of Steve and Terri Kill), postcode SA19 9NT.  Admission is free. Please bring whatever food and drink you want for yourselves - additionally, complimentary tea, coffee and squash will be available and ice-cream will be on sale.

There will be outdoor games for those who want to play or take part - all on a voluntary basis! Children (supervised by parents / guardians) are of course welcome, as well as well-behaved dogs on leads. Car parking is available, but please look at car-sharing to cut down on traffic and save space.  Also, don't forget rugs or garden chairs to sit on.

Alternative arrangements will be made in case of rain - but, fingers crossed for sunshine...or at least dry weather!

 

 

Cadog Film Club

For details about the Film Club, please visit the News page or their website at cadogfilmclub.org.uk

 

Dinefwr Ramblers

Dinefwr Ramblers is the Ramblers group for the Llandeilo, Llandovery and Ammanford areas. The first three walks with the group will be free of charge and afterwards becoming a member of the Ramblers will provide many benefits and give support to a charity dedicated to promoting walking.

Further information on these and a wide variety of other easier walks organised by Dinefwr Ramblers, including contact details for the leaders, will be found on the website www.dinefwr Ramblers.org.uk and in The Post's Events section. 

 

Llangadog Gardening Association

Llangadog Gardening Association meets at 7.30pm on the last Wednesday of every month in Llangadog Community Centre. We have a varied programme of speakers, trips and events throughout the year. Contact Helen Williams on 01550-777719 for further details.