ME­NAI BRIDGE

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ST MARY’S CHURCH: Sun­day Au­gust 27 - Welsh Holy Eucharist at St. Tysilio’s Church at 9.30am. English Holy Eucharist at St Mary’s at 11am. A vol­un­tary gar­den­ing ses­sion will be held on Church Is­land on Satur­day Au­gust 26 be­tween 9.30am and 12.30pm, weather per­mit­ting. Come for as long or as short time as you like. A guided walk led by Nigel Brown will take place on the Is­land on Sun­day Au­gust 27 at 2.30pm. The next meet­ing of the St Mary’s Con­gre­ga­tional Meet­ing will be at 7pm on Tues­day Au­gust 29. ME­NAI BRIDGE BAND PORTHAETHWY: The band re­hearses on Mon­days and Fri­days 7-9pm, be­gin­ners and in­ter­me­di­ates meet­ing on Thurs­days 6.30-8pm. Whether you’re look­ing for a new re­ward­ing hobby or want to brush up on your ex­ist­ing mu­si­cal skills, the band would love to hear from you. Con­tact Chris Wil­liams at he­le­nat­band­porthaethwy@gmail.com for de­tails. YOGA: Mind­ful Yoga with Elaine on Tues at 7.30-9.25 pm at Ys­gol Y Borth. All abil­i­ties wel­come. www.yo­ganorth­wales.co.uk. Email elaine.yoga@tis­cali.co.uk or tel. 01248430147 AD­VICE FOR A HAPPY MIND: A new se­ries of weekly classes will ex­plore how meditation can lead to a hap­pier, more con­tented way of life. These drop-in classes will be held at the Com­mu­nity House, Wa­ter St from 7-8pm. Tel:01492 878778 for in­for­ma­tion or go to www. med­i­tatenorth­wales.co.uk YNYS MON BRIDGE CLUB: in­vites bridge play­ers to join for evenings of play in a re­laxed and friendly club. Meet on Tues­day at The Com­mu­nity Cen­tre in Wa­ter St. Play is from 7pm un­til ap­prox 10pm. Con­tact Cather­ine Spald­ing on 01248 362 361. AN­GLE­SEY SCRAB­BLE CLUB: Meets ev­ery 1st, 3rd and 5th Tues­day of ev­ery month at Four Crosses, Me­nai Bridge. To join, call Mrs Far­rar on 01248 362427 or Mrs Mur­ray on 01248 750089. Lunch Club: The Royal Vol­un­tary Ser­vice plans to set up a lunch club at the Liver­pool Arms, on al­ter­nate Mon­days. It will cost £6 for two cour­ses. Those in­ter­ested in at­tend­ing should reg­is­ter by con­tact­ing Ni­cola on 07436 564459, or 01248 661915. ME­NAI HER­ITAGE MU­SEUM: at Canol­fan Thomas Telford Cen­tre, Me­nai Bridge (op­po­site Waitrose) is open from 10am-5pm ev­ery Wed and Thurs un­til Oct 26. En­trance £3, ac­com­pa­nied chil­dren (un­der 16) free. CAM­ERA: Beau­maris and Me­nai Bridge Cam­era Club have a sum­mer ex­hi­bi­tion in the Dein­iol Cen­tre, Ban­gor, Unit 18, from Au­gust 22 to the end of Septem­ber. The club’s 2017/18 sea­son com­mences at 7:30pm on Fri­day Septem­ber 8 with a mem­ber’s evening. The Club meets on Fri­day evenings from Septem­ber to April in the hall of St Anne’s Catholic Church, in Dale Street, Me­nai Bridge. See the Web Site for more info: http://bm­bcc.cf­fgc.co.uk/ AN­GLE­SEY MôNTAGE WRIT­ING FES­TI­VAL: On Septem­ber 9, a group of An­gle­sey writ­ers will host a writ­ing fes­ti­val, with writ­ing work­shops on a va­ri­ety of sub­jects. Be­gin­ners or es­tab­lished writ­ers are all wel­come. Day time ticket £25, en­ti­tles par­tic­i­pants to at­tend three in­di­vid­ual work­shops and in­cludes a buf­fet lunch. The fes­ti­val will be held at Ys­gol David Hughes, Me­nai Bridge from 9 for 9.30-5pm. In the evening there will be a light hearted con­cert at the Vic­to­ria Ho­tel start­ing at 7pm fea­tur­ing mu­si­cian/ com­poser John Hy­wel and poet/play­wright John Gor­man (of the Scaf­fold). Lo­cal writ­ers will read/per­form some of their own work. The cost of the evening event is £10. Visit an­gle­sey­writ­ingfes­ti­val.co.uk for de­tails of work­shops and book­ings. Event spon­sored by- Arts coun­cil of Wales- Gwan­wynMag­nox- Age Cymru- Welsh Gov­ern­ment.

Fol­low­ing months of fever­ish cam­paign­ing by nu­mer­ous wor­thy can­di­dates, Co­leg Me­nai has de­clared teenager Nathan Davies as its new Stu­dent Union Pres­i­dent for the 2017-2018 aca­demic year. 17-year- old Nathan from Ban­gor is study­ing A-lev­els in Bi­ol­ogy, Fur­ther Maths and Chem­istry. Aca­dem­i­cally, Nathan loves ex­plor­ing dif­fer­ent ar­eas in pure maths. He’s also a keen pi­anist. For the fu­ture, Nathan wants to gain more ex­pe­ri­ence be­fore de­cid­ing to ap­ply for nurs­ing or a bi­o­log­i­cal sci­ence. Nathan is keen to lis­ten to the ideas of stu­dents and stu­dent rep­re­sen­ta­tives from across the col­lege’s three main cam­puses at Ban­gor, Parc Me­nai and Llangefni. He is aim­ing to rep­re­sent his peers ef­fec­tively, as well as at­tend­ing ex­ter­nal Na­tional Union of Stu­dents (NUS) events dur­ing the course of the year, in­clud­ing the na­tional con­fer­ence.

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