TABLE TENNIS: Cemaes Bay Table Tennis Social Club is a small group, who meet on a Tuesday between 7.30pm-9.30pm at Cemaes Bay village hall. There are three tables and all equipment is provided. Each session costs £2 which includes tea/coffee during the break. New players to the game are very welcome. Call Rachel on 01407 710893. CRAFTY T’ARTS: would like to invite you to our Summertime Craft Nights every Wednesday at the Crafty T’Arts Craft Centre, 7 High Street, Cemaes Bay. Every week there will be a new craft or art project on offer for you to try. There’s plenty to do including felt making, silk painting, paper making, yarn dyeing, ivy weaving and much more. £10 for 2 hours, 7pm till 9pm, including all materials and whatever you make you take home. Refreshments included. Sociable, fun, educational and great value for money. Help support this not for profit group run by volunteers who share what they know because they love to. Come and give it a try, be delighted by what you can do. Don’t forget that people of all ages can drop in Monday to Friday in the holidays for spontaneous arty fun. Find on Facebook. Ring Roz on 01407 710 303. CARNIVAL: Horizon Nuclear Power has donated £5,000 towards this year’s Cemaes Carnival, through its Charitable Donations, Community Support & Sponsorship scheme. The annual event, which has been held on August Bank Holiday Monday since 1934, relies on donations from local organisations and the fundraising efforts of the committee throughout the year to go ahead. However, given the unpredictability of August Bank Holiday weather, Horizon has donated £5,000 to enable the organisers to buy a new marquee to keep visitors and stalls dry and sheltered, whatever the weather. Steve Bray, leader of the Carnival Committee, said; “We’re extremely grateful to Horizon and everyone else who donated towards the carnival. Without support from local businesses and other community groups the event wouldn’t be possible.The new marquee is particularly important as poor weather has sometimes harmed the success of the carnival in the past, but we now have a contingency if it rains. On behalf of the whole committee I would like to thank Horizon for its generosity.” This year’s carnival will be on the 28 August, with the procession starting at 1pm and festivities taking place throughout the day.