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Capel Gwynfe and Bethlehem
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Events at Bethlehem Hall
BETHLEHEM HALL EVENTS
Following the lovely evening at the hall
some weeks ago, where many of her friends and neighbours
gathered to take a close look at Julie Brenan's paintings
and prints, we have now set a date for selling much of that
work, through a Silent Auction system.
It will be held on the evening of Friday
October 7th at the hall, doors open at 6.30pm, with the
auction taking place from 7-8 pm.
The proceeds from the sale will be donated
to three charities which Julie supported - Breast Cancer
Care, Battersea Dogs Home, and our little hall itself.
We very much hope you'll come along even
if you aren't intending to purchase any of the work, but
just to have a final look at what she dedicated many decades
to achieving, and to enjoy a catch-up with friends and neighbours.
Bar Bethlehem will be open from 6.30, so drop in for a glass
of wine and a chat.
A reminder that the first monthly quiz
of the autumn will take place on Monday October 10th, a
7.30pm start. As it's been a long time since our last indoor
quiz, Andy and Alan have kindly offered to kick things off
again by asking the questions, so it should be a lot of
fun, but with a few challenges along the way.
And we are still taking orders for the
Macmillan Curry and Cake Takeaway on Friday September 30th,
5.30-6.30pm. The order book will close next Sunday, so make
sure you get in touch over the coming days.
We hope you support Macmillan again this
year, it goes without saying that charities are very much
in need of anything we can pass on to them in these extremely
Nia and the Management Team
- 01550 777254
BETHLEHEM HALL CURRY FOR MACMILLAN
As previously mentioned, in the absence of
the annual Macmillan Coffee Morning, we thought we could
try to plug the gap this year by holding a Curry and Cake
Takeaway, along the lines of both our previous Curry night
takeaways and the special one we held as a fundraiser for
the DEC Ukrainian Refugees fund back in March.
Our curry night takeaways have always proved
popular, with the Ukraine fundraiser breaking all records
for meals flying out of the Bethlehem kitchen, so we very
much hope you will support this one, in aid of such an amazing
It takes place on Friday September 30th,
which happily is also the official Macmillan Coffee Morning
date, and also, fittingly, the date of my wonderful late
Auntie Val's birthday, whose battle with cancer was made
considerably more bearable thanks to Macmillan.
Meals can be collected anytime from 5.50 to
6.30pm, from the side entrance of the hall as before. Although
it's a few weeks away yet, I'm attaching the menu, and as
always, the sooner the orders come in, the better prepared
we can be.
We've gone for the popular choices from previous
curry nights, with Chicken Tikka Masala and an Aubergine,
Chickpea and Red Pepper Rogan Josh as main course curries,
and a potato, pea and onion curry, and the very popular
Gujarati cabbage as side dishes.
The curries and sides are easy heat and eat
meals, just heat them through either in their containers
in a microwave, or decant into a pan and heat on the hob.
All the curries are freshly made, using quality
ingredients, nothing is bought in ready made.
The cake will be rich chocolate and raspberry
brownies, eat them as they are, or warm through and serve
with a scoop of ice cream.
The raspberries are very kindly being donated
by hall supporter and management team member Chris Brown,
who has an abundance this year (that's probably an understatement!),
so diolch yn fawr iawn Chris, your generosity will help
us keep our costs down.
Get in touch to order, or for more details.
Thank you so much for your support,
Diolch o galon,
Nia and team.
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 email@example.com or
by phone 01550 777254 or mobile 07747021462.
Everyone who wishes to come along to the AGM of Gwynfe Show, this will kick off at 8 pm on Thursday, 20th October in Gwynfe Community Hall. All are welcome, so please come along and have your say about the Show.
To support Gwynfe Show through the 100 Club scheme and to be included in the 8th September draw please make sure your payment is in soon. If you need a reminder of payment details, please contact Tricia (Garnlwyd) on firstname.lastname@example.org
Magician Returns to Gwynfe
By popular request, on Saturday, 8th October at 6:30 Gwynfe Community Hall welcomes back magician Ian Keable. In the first half of his show, Ian talks in a humorous way about 18th century hoaxes, illustrated with magic tricks. Following an interval, the second half of the show is pure magic! Those of you who came to Ian's previous shows will remember what a fun and entertaining showman he is.
Tickets at £10 full price or £8 for concessions can be reserved via e-mail at email@example.com or by phoning 01550-740462. A ham/cheese ploughman's supper is available beforehand at 6 pm for £4; please order in advance when reserving your ticket. As usual, the bar will be open all evening and there will be a raffle. We look forward to seeing you there.
Macmillan Coffee Morning
On Saturday, 29th October from 10:00 until 14:00 there will be an event in Gwynfe Community Hall to raise funds for Macmillan. Come along for a cup of coffee, a cup of tea, a delicious slice of cake and a catch-up with neighbours. More details in a future e-newsletter - but make a note in your diaries now.
There has been some discussion about moving the defibrillator from the entrance hallway of the Community Hall to the newly decorated phone box. It is felt that it would be more visible there, particularly to any visitors in the village. We would welcome your thoughts about this - or indeed any other ideas for how our 'heritage phone box' could be better used. Thank you.
Gwynfe Community Association website: gwynfecommunityhall.co.uk
CADOG FILM CLUB
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 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our website is at https://cadogfilmclub.org.uk/
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.