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







On Saturday 25th, Sian Heard will be running her morning yoga session, then in the afternoon, Sian Wintle will be holding the first of her Women's Circle groups. I'm not too sure if Sian has any places spare, so if  it's something you might be interested in, please contact Sian herself, details on the poster below.

Unfortunately, we will be unable to hold the March Community Supper next Friday 31st, due to illness. We will hopefully try to organise something for April.

And finally a reminder that the Post Office mobile van visits the village once a week, on Wednesdays, 3.30-4.30pm. As is the case with such a service, it's a case of "use it or lose it", so in order to keep it coming to Bethlehem, it would be good to see it used a little more often as it's an important service for some residents.


niaclement@aol.com - 01550 777254





Hiring Bethlehem Hall

If you want to book the hall for events, then get in touch with Nia who is managing the bookings.
You can contact her on niaclement0@gmail.com or by phone 01550 777254 or mobile 07747021462.



Gwynfe Hall

Takeout / Eat-in supper

Enjoy a delicious beef keema or vegetable curry (with all accompaniments), hot and fresh from your very own village hall!  Come to the hall and eat there, or bring your own containers for the same food as a takeaway.  Here are the details:

Gwynfe Takeout/Eat-in Supper

Friday 24th February -Takeout from 6 - 7 pm - Eat-in from 7 - 8 pm


Beef Keema or Sri Lankan Vegetable Curry

Saag Aloo or Dahl (vegan)

Onion bhaji and a flatbread (vegan)

Rice Chutney


'Bring your own booze' for Eat-in and bring your own containers for Takeout.

Price £8 per head / £4 for children's portion.

Please order in advance by 20/02/23 as numbers are limited, by e-mail on gwynfe_community_hall@yahoo.co.uk or by phone: Bridget on 01550 740163 or Heather on 07557 408636

St. David's Day

Make a note in your diaries that there will be a St. David's Day event at the Community Hall on Wednesday, 1st March from 18:30.  More details to come.

Following last year's success, there will be another  Plant Swap and Sale in Gywnfe Community Hall on Saturday, 20th May. Bring any excess healthy seedlings, plants  and cuttings that you would like to swap, or come to see what you can purchase.  More details to follow nearer the event.

A reminder that friendly and gentle Yoga / Qigong classes take place at Gwynfe Community Hall on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00; women and men equally welcome.  For more information or to book, please e-mail Sue.j.wakefield@gmail.com or give Sue a ring on 07780-544470.

Another lively Children's Party was held on the Wednesday between Christmas and New Year.  The kids were treated to a professional children's entertainer, followed by party food, and everybody returned home with a festive selection box.  The organisers would like to thank everyone who made donations to the party, with a special mention to Llangadog Community Council for their generous financial support.  It is a great community event that parents, grand-parents or other family members love bringing their children to; it is no doubt something that the youngsters really enjoy and will provide some lovely childhood memories of Christmas in the village.

We would like to mention that the hall has all the equipment needed for short-mat bowls, although there is no active Bowls Club running at the moment.  If any individual (or group of people) wants to make use of the equipment and start up a new club, please let us know.  The hall is an ideal space for short-mat bowls, including, of course, facilities for refreshments, and is available for a very competitive hire rate.

Due to minimal attendance, we have reluctantly made the decision to stop the Monday Club , which used to happen on the first Monday of each month.  We have good memories of the afternoon chats (with obligatory tea and cake) over the last few years and thank everyone who took part whilst the club was running.


Gardens and benches

Firstly, a huge thank-you to Jessica and her remarkable team of helpers who have transformed the hall gardens over recent months. As anyone who has recently visited the hall will have seen, the borders, pots and window-sills have been lovingly transformed into delightful and varied displays of shrubs, flowers and trees. All their work is hugely appreciated.

Secondly, a specific thank-you to Steve (Kill) and others for restoring the very dilapidated benches in the hall gardens as well as creating two splendid new benches that now sit either side of the emergency door.

The bench commemorating Julie Brenan is now proudly displayed alongside the front lawn and commands our wonderful view of Black Mountain.

Gwynfe Community Association website: gwynfecommunityhall.co.uk


We run two types of event, always in the evening and in the Llangadog Community Hall:

. on the first Saturday of every month from October to May we show a film that has broad appeal

. on the third Friday of every month from October to April we show something less well-known that has been highly rated - we call these evenings "Buffs' Nights".

The Saturday events are as much social as about the film. Everyone coming brings a plate of food to share and we have a buffet meal at tables, with wine and soft drinks available to buy. We sit and chat for an hour or so before clearing everything away and enjoying the film.

On Fridays we meet for half an hour or so before the film for drinks and nibbles.

The easiest way to join is to come to a Friday or Saturday event and sign up at the door. Membership is £5 per season per person (there is a minimum age limit for paid-up members of 16).

TICKETS cost £5 per person per film, payable at the door.

NON-MEMBERS are welcome, maybe visitors or friends of members who would like to see the show, or under 16s if the film is legal for them to see. Non-members' tickets are £6.

OTHERWISE you can contact the Club's Secretary by e-mail - cadogfilmclub@aol.com

Our website is at https://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.