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.

 

Events at Bethlehem Hall

http://bethlehemhall.wales/

If anyone has any ideas that they would like to put forward for events in the hall, please contact Nia (niaclement@aol.com) or Sue (sue@deeproot.co.uk)

An update on the pop up café at the hall! Nia has been doing the sums and we are thrilled to say that since we started food-related events in Bethlehem in the spring, we have raised over £920 towards the upkeep of the hall. This sum includes the profits from the weekly Sunday café and the two supper quizzes, so on behalf of us both, Nia and Sue, we'd like to thank everyone who has supported the venture. If you've purchased anything from a cuppa and a Welshcake, to a panini and salad, or have been along to a supper quiz and enjoyed a great evening and bought wine and beer from Wyn's Bar, then you've contributed greatly, so diolch o galon, thank you so much! The café will be open every Sunday from 12noon - 3pm throughout August and September.

The Bethlehem Summer BBQ will be on Sunday 20th August at 4pm. See poster above. Fingers crossed for some good weather!

The monthly quiz will be on Monday 14th August at 7.30pm. So come along with a team or join a team. Always a good evening.

Sue and Nia

 

Film at Bethlehem Hall

Hi Everyone,

As it's the summer holidays, we plan to show a film in the Hall specially for the kids (holidays do go on for a long time!). We would like as many of you to come if you can, and the suggested date is Wednesday 16th August, starting at 6.

The film we are showing is called "Sing" (from the makers of Despicable Me), which received glowing reviews when it was released earlier in the year. Here's the link: http://thepeoplesmovies.com/2017/01/film-review-sing-2017/ . We'll be selling popcorn, drinks and other refreshments as usual. The cost for a family ticket is £6, otherwise adults £3.00 and children £1.50.

If this date/time is impossible for you, please let us know and subject to numbers, we'll try and move it, although it's probably going to be difficult to get a date which suits everyone!! We'll try though!!

Cheers,
Des and Libby

 


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Upcoming Events at Gwynfe

Saturday, 12th August   GWYNFE SHOW
The forecast is for fine weather, so perfect for a visit to Gwynfe Show, which this year will be held in the village hall and two specially erected marquees adjacent to the hall.  Lots to do, including viewing of tent class entries from 1:30, cream teas from 2, hot food and bar from 6 and live entertainment (Megan - exciting new vocal talent) from 8.   Unfortunately, due to recent poor weather the sheep classes have been cancelled.

Monday, 4th September   MONDAY CLUB
After the August break the Monday Club returns with a Whist Drive from 1:30.   This will be a 'learners' special', so if you have always wanted to learn the game or are a patient accomplished player willing to tutor some newbies then please do come along.  Any children not yet back at school welcome too.  Tea and cakes are provided.  £1 collection.  Anyone requiring transport please contact Heather on 01550-740512.

Saturday, 9th September   TAMLA MOTOWN EVENING
If you have a hankering for Stevie Wonder or Diana Ross, then we have the evening for you!  A soul-food supper will be served in the village hall at 7 pm to be followed by a short Tamla Motown Quiz, then sing along to your favourite Tamla Motown tunes with dancing to round off the evening.

Sunday, 10th September   RESCHEDULED SPONSORED WALK
Attention all children!  Gwynfe Church is organising this event as a fund raiser.  The walk will begin at noon from Capel Y Maen chapel and will end with a picnic and games for all the children on the green of All Saints' Church, Gwynfe.  Please bring your own picnic; tea and coffee will be available.  For sponsorship forms and further information contact Sheila on 01550-740676.

Saturday, 23rd September   TYWI TUNE CLUB / CLWB ALAWON TWYI
A Welsh tunes and dance evening to be held in Gwynfe Village Hall with bar and cheese & biscuits.  More details to follow shortly about this lively event.

Sunday, 1st October   BEAU'S MEMORIAL VINTAGE RUN The start and finish of this event will be Gwynfe Village Hall (SA19 9RD) with proceedings kicking off at  10 a.m..  Entry is £10 per vehicle.  Cawl and all the trimmings (for £5) will be served at the end of the run.  Everyone is welcome...vintage vehicles, classic vehicles, tractors...or just followers in other types of transport.  Proceeds will go towards the Restoration Fund of All Saints' Church, Gwynfe.  For further details please contact Gaynor Thomas on 01550-592515 (or 07815-758692) or Sheila Jones on 01550-740676.

BOWLS CLUB Finally, a reminder that the Bowls Club meets every Thursday afternoon in Gwynfe Village Hall at 2 p.m..  New members are very welcome to join this friendly, relaxed and social group for short-mat bowls plus tea and a chat.  All levels of fitness and skill can enjoy the group.  Come along and give it a go!  If you have any queries, please speak to Wendy Fleming on 01550-740686.