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
If anyone has any ideas that they would like to put forward for events in the hall, please contact Nia (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Sue (email@example.com)
The main autumn fundraiser for the Hall will be the Harvest Supper Quiz which will take place on Friday 29th September starting at 7pm. The menu, which is attached, is homemade hearty roasted vegetable soup with crusty bread and mature cheese and a pudding of autumn fruit crumble with fresh cream. There will be a bar serving beer, wine and juices at very reasonable prices.
In the spirit of a traditional Harvest Supper, we are aiming to use fresh, locally sourced, seasonal produce as far as is possible and the meal is suitable for vegetarians. It promises to be a great evening. Tickets - £6 - are selling well and are now limited, so if you want to make sure of yours, contact Nia on 01550 777254 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, on the subject of food, the café will be open from 12-3 on Sunday. We are offering a new addition to our current menu which is omelette and salad as well as the regular options of panini with a choice of fillings, sandwiches, variations on ploughmans platters and homemade cakes plus tea, coffee, soft drinks, beer and wines. We have had lots of very positive feedback about the café as a venue for good, freshly made and reasonably priced food so come along and try for yourself.
On Wednesday 27th September, Linda and Rosemary will be hosting the annual Macmillan coffee morning at the hall, so it would be wonderful if as many people as possible can support this event. More details nearer the time.
Sue and Nia
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Upcoming Events at Gwynfe
Saturday, 23rd September the talented Twyi Tunes Club / Clwb Alawon Tywi will be treating us to an evening of We lsh traditional music. The evening commences at 7:30 and entry is £5. There will be a raffle and paying bar, plus plates of cheese and biscuits available to buy. For ticket reservations in advance or additional information please contact John Hampson on 01550-777463, John and Colin on 01550-740462. (Visit www.tunelines.com for related information.)
Wednesday, 27th September we will be holding a Macmillan Coffee Morning from 10:30 to 12:00. Please come along to support this wonderful charity, have a chat, a coffee or a tea and one (or more) slices of cake!
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.
Cadog Film Club
The film club have published details of their winter programme- see below. For more details about the club, visit their website at cadogfilmclub.org.uk