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!

Caron will usually be in the Post Office on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12 noon. Any change to these times will be posted on the Llangadog Matters Facebook page.

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


Saturday, March 17th at 7.30 p.m

This popular, gifted and nationally celebrated violinist returns once more to St. Cadog’s Parish Church, Llangadog on Saturday, March 17th at 7.30 p.m. to perform Tchaikovsky’s great masterpiece with Symphonica Tywi, under the direction of Michael Cottam.

Following a year of sell-out concerts throughout South Wales, the orchestra also returns to Llangadog in this thrilling concert of melody and passion, which includes Wagner’s majestic Overture to “The Mastersingers of Nuremburg” and the lyrical 1st Symphony by Kalinnikov.

The orchestra is led by Rhys, whose career as first violinist in the London Symphony Orchestra and founder member of The Nidum Ensemble, involves a very hectic schedule of travelling and performances all over the world. His roots are in the Towy valley though, where his grandfather, Harry Brace was a fondly remembered vicar of Llanwrda and where Rhys’s mother, Barbara grew up. His father is Stuart Watkins, a former Welsh rugby international and British Lions player and one of the greatest wingers that the country has known.

This is truly a concert, not to be missed and the tickets are very good value at £12, with concessions at £10. Children under 14 are, as always with Symphonica Tywi concerts, free of charge.

Tickets can be reserved by calling or texting the Ticketline on 01646 636564 or 07876 727906 or by mailing mikecottam@hotmail.com . They are also available from The Mace Stores in Llangadog. As demand is likely to be very heavy, it is advisable to book early to avoid disappointment.


Events at Bethlehem Hall


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

Thursday 1st March We will be celebrating St David's Day with an evening of "cawl a chymdeithasu", a cawl and social evening, where you can enjoy a proper traditional home made cawl (meat free version also available) with bread and cheese, followed by fruit crumble and cream.

The cost is £8 per person, under 14s £4, with all profits going towards the upkeep of the hall.

The bar will be open serving a selection of wines, beers, ciders and soft drinks - cider is very good with cawl, ask us how we know!

Booking is essential as space is limited, so contact us via this email, or the Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/bethlehemcymru/ - or phone Nia on 01550 777254, or email niaclement@aol.com

Friday 9th March: We are now taking bookings for the March supper club on Friday March 9th.  Main course still in the planning stage, but puddings will be a choice of either Mojito Cheesecake with lime and pistachio shortbread, or warm cracked salted caramel chocolate brownies with a bitter orange ice cream. Absolutely everything home made as always, using as many local ingredients as possible. The cost is still £10.00 for a two course meal, including tea and coffee. Get in touch asap if you want to make sure of a place!  Contact details are the same as above for the St David's Day event.

We will be looking to put on other events over the coming months and we will keep you updated about these.

Sue and Nia


Bethlehem Hall Old School Supper Evenings

Every month throughout the winter we will be running our Old School Supper Club.

We promise.... all the food is made by us, nothing bought in, nothing processed, all fresh, nothing too cheffy with everything piled up in a stack and disguised with edible flowers! Just proper "Old School", tasty food. The cost is £10 per person.

Food will be served at 7.30pm, so arrive from 7.00pm onwards. The bar will be open, serving wines to compliment the food, as well as a selection of other wines, beers, lager, cider and soft drinks.

If anyone wants to know more about the suppers, or if you'd like to reserve a place, phone Nia on 01550 777254, or contact Nia or Sue through the Facebook page or through email.



Upcoming Events at Gwynfe

In an interesting departure from our usual Monday Club meet, the one on Monday, 5th February (1:30 p.m. onwards) will be a chance to try your hand at short-mat indoor bowls! Complete novices welcome. For those not interested in bowling, there will be the usual chat + tea/coffee + cake. £1 collection. If you require transport to/from the hall, please contact Heather on 01550-740512.

Due to a lack of numbers for the Valentine's Party on Saturday 17th February, the Hall Committee have regretfully taken the decision to cancel this eventOther events in our schedule are still going ahead, of course, and we hope to see you at one or more of those.

As you no doubt know, Thursday, 1st March is St. David's Day - an opportunity to commemorate our patron saint. There will be a cawl supper starting at 7:00 p.m. in the village hall, after which a couple of local artists will treat us to a few songs. Entry £6, to include supper and entertainment. Bar available.

Now...a date for your diaries. Do not miss Chip Shop Chips on Thursday, 22nd March at 7:30 p.m.. Focusing on love at different ages and celebrating the nation’s favourite food, Chip Shop Chips heads nationwide following a completely sold-out Northern Tour in Spring 2016. Brace yourself for an immersive love story set to a soundtrack of Northern Soul and served with a fish and chip supper. This is theatre, but not as you know it: dinner, quiz and a show all rolled into one! Tickets (in advance only) £11 or £10 concessions, includes entry to the show + fish and chips (or veggie wrap + chips). Bar available. To reserve tickets, please contact Colin or John on 01550-740462, or send an e-mail to gwynfe_community_hall@yahoo.co.uk (including your choice of food, please).


Cadog Film Club

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


Dinefwr Ramblers

In the period January to March 2018, Dinefwr Ramblers will have the following led walks where the meeting point will be Llangadog Railway Station:

11 February - South of Garn Goch: a moderate/energetic 10-mile walk with departure at 9.30 am.
25 February - Beacons Bonanza 4: an energetic/strenuous 12-mile walk with departure at 9.00 am.
25 March - Beacons Bonanza 5: a strenuous 11-mile walk with departure at 9.00 am.

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. 

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.