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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.

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