your com­mu­nity LLANFIHANGEL T BEIRDD

Bangor Mail - - YOUR COMMUNITY - with Iolo Griffiths

ROYAL Club, Waun VOL­UN­TARY Dirion, Ev­ery SER­VICE: Tues­day Lunch 11.45am. phon­ing Ni­cola Reg­is­ter Collins be­fore on at­tend­ing 01248 661915. by FRIENDS es­tab­lished IN Bar­ber­shop HAR­MONY: cho­rus A well will en­ter­tain event or func­tion. guests at For your de­tails party, visit char­ity www. friendsin­har­ Gen­tle­men, Friends in Har­mony are also look­ing for new mem­bers. To join the cho­rus on the risers, just turn up and have a go at the ex-Ser­vice­mens Hall, on a Mon­day at 7.30pm. Con­tact Bernard on 01248 410448. TAI CHI AND QIGONG: Thurs 10-11am, Goronwy Owen Hall, £5. Tai Chi com­bines deep breath­ing and re­lax­ation with slow gen­tle move­ments. Con­tact Jeff Cush­ing 01248 352336 cym­ru­taichi­ ISLE OF ANGLESEY FLOWER CLUB: Ben­l­lech com­mences Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 20 with the AGM and a pre­sen­ta­tion by Ro­mana Trin­ity de­scrib­ing and show­ing us her craft with Ivy. Pro­ceed­ings com­mence at 7pm with re­fresh­ments and the AGM starts at 7.30pm at the Com­mu­nity & Ex Ser­vice­men’s Hall. There will be a raf­fle, sales table, book stall and Bring & Buy. 2018 Mem­ber­ship £30 and Vis­i­tors £6. BEN­L­LECH 50+: Ev­ery Thurs­day in the Com­mu­nity Hall (be­hind Tesco) 2pm-4pm. New mem­bers al­ways very wel­come, gen­tle­men as well as ladies, Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 15 Mem­o­ries of Anglesey Through Pic­tures, Fe­bru­ary 22, Horse Rac­ing Af­ter­noon, big screen. Vis­i­tors wel­come for a small charge. BEN­L­LECH LADIES GROUP: The Fe­bru­ary meet­ing will be on Mon­day Fe­bru­ary 19 when the speaker will be An­wen Fran­cis of Cosy Nest Crafts (Nyth Clyd). De­tails of spe­cial events and day trips are an­nounced at the monthly meet­ings. Visit ‘Ben­l­lech Ladies Group’ on Face­book for the lat­est news. For more in­for­ma­tion: Brenda 01248 852591. BEN­L­LECH AND DISTRICT GOOD TURNS

SCHEME: The monthly meet­ing took place on Fe­bru­ary 6. The new tele­phone co­or­di­na­tor was wel­comed by the chair­man. It was re­ported that the mem­bers Christ­mas lunch was well at­tended. The Users’ Christ­mas tea was very suc­cess­ful but some peo­ple were un­able to at­ten due to ill­ness. The group will con­sider chang­ing the tim­ing to sum­mer for the bet­ter weather and dis­cuss this at the next meet­ing on March 6. SPRING COF­FEE MORN­ING: on Satur­day, March 3 at Saint An­drew’s Church hall, 10am to 12. Cake stall etc Ad­mis­sion £1 which in­cludes re­fresh­ments. Chil­dren ad­mis­sion free. 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.


GUID­ING: Brownie unit. Con­tact Pat Gadd on 01248 601868. DRU YOGA CLASSES: Thurs­days 6.15-7.45pm. Cost/class: £7. At Dru Cen­tre, Nant Ffran­con, Bethesda. Con­tact: 01248 602900, chris­tiane@dru­world­,


EGLWYS ST EDERN CHURCH: Monthly ser­vices. 2nd Sun, 9.30am Holy Com­mu­nion English. 4th Sun­day, 9.30am Of­feren Cym­raeg.


COM­MU­NITY BINGO: In Bodorgan Com­mu­nity Cen­tre ev­ery Thurs­day doors open at 6.30, for 8pm eyes down. All pro­ceeds to the school. ROYAL VOL­UN­TARY SER­VICE: Lunch Club at Ys­gol Gyn­radd Bodorgan, ev­ery other Tues­day dur­ing term time. If you would like to at­tend the lunch clubs or vol­un­teer as a helper, reg­is­ter be­fore at­tend­ing by phon­ing Ni­cola Collins on 01248 661915. GLANTRAETH: The win­ning num­bers in Glantraeth FC’s Three Num­ber Lotto draw on Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 10 were 1, 2 & 4. There were no win­ners so the Jack­pot rolls over to £700. The next draw takes place on Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 24 in the Join­ers Arms, Mall­traeth.


TAI CHI AND QIGONG: Age Well class for over 50s. Wed 10am-11am Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. Brynsiencyn. Con­tact Jeff Cush­ing 01248 352336 cym­ru­taichi­ £5.


TABLE TEN­NIS: Ce­maes Bay Table Ten­nis So­cial Club is a small group, who meet on


BINGO: on Wed­nes­days 7pm in Yr Hen Fecws/Old Bake­house com­mu­nity rooms. COF­FEE/TEA/ BIS­CUITS: /sg­wrs a phanad on Fri­days 10.30am. Meet friends and neigh­bours, make new friends over a cup of tea and chat. Yr Hen Fecws/Old Bake­house. FRI­DAY FILM: 1st and 3rd Fri­days each month. En­joy watch­ing a va­ri­ety of award win­ning films in a cosy en­vi­ron­ment plus cof­fee and tea. Sug­gested donation £3. Yr Hen Fecws/Old Bake­house. De­tails con­tact­ or tele­phone 01248 430147.


ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH: Wed­nes­day Fe­bru­ary 14, Ash­ing ser­vice at 10.30am in the Church. Sun­day Fe­bru­ary 18,Eucharist ser­vice at 10am. ROCK AND ROLL JIVE CLASSES: ev­ery Thurs­day 8pm at Cymdei­thas Hamd­den Es­ceifiog, Ar­wel, Holy­head Road, Gaer­wen (Gaer­wen Vil­lage Hall). Sin­gle per­son £5, cou­ples £8, tea, cof­fee or squash in­cluded. Con­tact Michelle on 07841 904286 or Mal­colm on 01248 450451 for fur­ther de­tails, or see Face­book page Anglesey Rock n Roll Club.


ST CYBI’S CHURCH: Sun Feb 18 at 11am Eucharist. Wed Feb 21 at 11am Eucharist fol­lowed by Lent lunch. ST DAVID’S CHURCH: Sun Feb 18 at 9.15am Eucharist. ENGLISH METHODIST CHURCH: Meets at St David’s, Mo­rawelon at 11am on Sun­days. ELIM PEN­TE­COSTAL CHURCH: Sun­day 10.30am. Home groups/Mini Rock­ers par­ents and tod­dlers/Prayer meet­ing/The Gap (Youth pro­gramme). Con­tact www. elimholy­, tel 01407 238101. SPIRITUALISTS: Holy­head Spiritualists As­so­ci­a­tion - meet­ings held at Llain­goch Com­mu­nity Cen­tre ev­ery Thurs­day at 7pm. BAPTISTS: Holy­head English Bap­tist Chapel (next to Town hall). Sun­day ser­vices 10.30am with Ju­nior Church and 6pm. Ladies meet­ing fort­nightly on Thurs at 2pm. See Face­book or con­tact www. holy­head­bap­ or 01407 749004. QUAKERS: Lo­cal Quaker meet­ings for wor­ship are held at the Uchel­dre Cen­tre on the se­cond and fourth Sun­day of ev­ery month. Con­tact 01407 763070. For info, visit www.cryn­wyr­ and www.north­wa­lesquak­ ROYAL BRI­TISH LE­GION: Holy­head Branch, now meets at the Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Kings­land the third Wed­nes­day of the month at 7.30pm. PHYS­I­CALLY DIS­ABLED: Meets in Kings­land Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, op­po­site Kings­land Pri­mary School. It in­vites any­one with a dis­abil­ity to join. On the 2nd and 4th Tues­day of the month at 2.30-4.30pm. Trans­port avail­able. Ring 01407 760326 for de­tails. This is a happy club with plenty go­ing on such as quizzes, games, talks, demos, trips out for meals, and af­ter­noon tea and a chat. Do get in touch. You will be wel­come at this happy and friendly club. PARKIN­SON’S: Join Holy­head and District Parkin­sons Sup­port Group for laugh­ter and chats at Bos­ton Cen­tre Stage, Bos­ton St: 2pm-4pm; ev­ery 3rd Thurs­day in the month; easy ac­cess from nearby car park. Dates for 2018 are: Feb 15 / Mar 15 / April 19 / May 17 / June 21 / July 19 / Aug 16 / Sept 20 / Oct 18 / Nov 15 / Dec 20. This small, friendly group pro­vides tea or cof­fee and cake, as well as in­for­ma­tion on how to man­age and im­prove your con­di­tion. It also en­sures a wide range of speak­ers on a va­ri­ety of top­ics. Ring Mary 762627 or Gor­don 860700 for more de­tails. LON­DON ROAD CEN­TRE: Con­tin­ues to of­fer the usual ser­vice of Meals On wheels, Room hire, Early Bird Break­fast and friendly Cafe. Why not call in say Hello meet the staff and en­joy a meal, snack or just a Cof­fee. Project Ly­dia con­tin­ues its ser­vices in the Cen­tre as does WOW Train­ing. Call 760607 for in­for­ma­tion. AIR TRAIN­ING CORPS: (ATC) Pa­rade times 7pm-9.30pm Mon­days and Thurs­days at Maeshyfryd Rd, Holy­head. Tel 01407 769931, 12-18 yrs. Why not come and check it out - wel­come. ANGLESEY FOOD BANK: Open Mon­day, Wed­nes­day and Fri­day, 11am-3pm at the Elim Church, Long­ford Rd. HOLY­HEAD CAN­CER SUP­PORT GROUP: Is a reg­is­tered char­ity set up to of­fer sup­port to those who are suf­fer­ing or re­cov­er­ing from Can­cer. Meet­ings take place at the Penuchel­dre Cen­tre in Mill­bank in Holy­head on Weds, 11am-3.30pm. Va­ri­ety of ac­tiv­i­ties and ther­a­pies are of­fered in a pleas­ant, friendly at­mos­phere. Trans­port can be ar­ranged to bring peo­ple to and from the venue by prior ar­range­ment. The group has out­ings to places of in­ter­est dur­ing the spring and sum­mer. For more in­for­ma­tion on the group ring 01407 860794 in the evenings. COM­MU­NI­TIES FIRST OUT­REACH: Mon 9.15am-2pm Drop in ser­vice/CF Of­fices. GATEWAY: Holy­head Gateway Club meets on Satur­days at Gwelfor Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, be­tween 10am and noon. YOGA: Tues­days at 10.30am, yoga class at Holy­head Sports Cen­tre un­der Roseanne Preston, qual­i­fied tu­tor. Also Tai Chi on Mon­days at 7pm. For de­tails ring 01407 769517 or 07759105504. LABOUR COM­MU­NITY ROOM: Wil­liams Street, Holy­head. Open ev­ery Satur­day 10.30-12.30, drop-in for tea, cof­fee and a chat. Coun­cil­lors will be avail­able to speak to you. Col­lect­ing do­na­tions for Anglesey food­banks and also items of cloth­ing for Refugees and fundrais­ing for lo­cal char­i­ties. HEAR TO HELP: Free mi­nor re­pairs to NHS hear­ing aids, bat­tery sup­ply, re-tub­ing & ad­vice at the NHS Vol­un­teer Com­mu­nity Ser­vice Drop In. Third Thurs­day each month. 1-3pm at the Gwelfor Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. ROYAL VOL­UN­TARY SER­VICE: Seeks new vol­un­teers to join the team and help with its Com­mu­nity Trans­port, Good Neigh­bours and Pos­i­tive Steps ser­vices in Gwynedd and Ynys Mon. If you have a few spare hours a week and would like to make a dif­fer­ence in some­one’s life, the RVS would like to hear from you. Con­tact Gwenda Hughes on 01248 661915 or­alvol­un­tary­ser­vice. HOLY­HEAD AU­TUMN AC­TIV­I­TIES: The fol­low­ing have been ar­ranged for 2018: April 6 Ch­ester trip -fully booked. March 3 Holy­head Char­ity Queen Anya is host­ing an Evening with “Dixie Rebel” in aid of Ys­gol Y Bont at Holy­head Hot­spurs. Tick­ets £5pp tel Sue 860050. May 18 Pre Nup­tual Party to cel­e­brate the Mar­riage of Prince Harry to Me­gan. Holy­head Con­ser­va­tive Club Du Vine­yard £5pp to in­clude Buf­fet & En­ter­tain­ment.Tues­day May 29, Coach Trip with Daz­zlers to Poth­madog and Pont Du Vine­yard £10pp in ad­vance. June 29 So­cial Evening at Con­ser­va­tive Club £5 to in­clude Buf­fet and En­ter­tain­ment. July 26-29 Holy­head Fes­ti­val will keep you in­formed reen­ter­tan­ment. Aug TBA ?Llan­gollen Canal & Chain­bridge Ho­tel/ York or Liver­pool to see Ter­ra­cotta War­riors. please give your pref­er­ence, ma­jor­ity choice will be ar­ranged. Sept 28-Oc­to­ber 1, El­gin Ho­tel, Black­pool “King & Queen“week­end (Elvis & Queen trib­ute) £184 £50 de­posit with book­ing. Trans­port TBA. Oc­to­ber 26, Hal­loween at the Con­ser­va­tive Clu £5pp Buf­fet & En­ter­tain­ment. Novem­ber 18, Queens Ho­tel £49 B/B Evening Meal & En­ter­tain­ment. De­cem­ber 22, Christ­mas Party Holy­head Golf Club. Any en­quiries conatct Joyce 764020 DO­NA­TIONS IN MEM­ORY: In mem­ory of Neville Hope Jones, £90 to­wards Wales Air Am­bu­lance. £305 in mem­ory of Joyce Wil­son to­wards Gly­der Ward at Ys­byty Gwynedd, Ban­gor. In mem­ory of Phyl­lis Ju­lia Boswell (Judy), £95 to­wards RSPCA. £311.50 in mem­ory of Kath­leen Ann Hart to­wards Mill­bank Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Holy­head. In mem­ory of Mair­wen Thomas, £140.70 to­wards Moel­wyn Ward, Ys­byty Gwynedd. £370 in mem­ory of John Regi­nald Thomas (Reg) to­wards Wales Air Am­bu­lance. In mem­ory of Richard William Richards, £365 to­wards Holy­head Can­cer Sup­port Group. £210 in mem­ory of John Davies to­wards Can­cer Re­search UK. In mem­ory of Mar­garet Doutch, £70 to­wards CLIC Sar­gent. SAVE EN­ERGY: Holy­head res­i­dents will be able to get free ad­vice to help re­duce their en­ergy bills at a drop in event. The Welsh Gov­ern­ment Warm Homes Nest scheme will be at the The Pod in Holy­head with Mon Com­mu­ni­ties First on Tues­day 20 Fe­bru­ary. The team will be avail­able from 10am to 2pm to help peo­ple who are strug­gling to heat their home, pro­vid­ing free en­ergy sav­ing ad­vice and sup­port on how to re­duce en­ergy bills.


ST TEGFAN’S CHURCH: Sun­day Fe­bru­ary 18, English Holy Eucharist at 9.30am. Welsh Gos­ber at 5pm. TAI CHI & QIGONG: Mon­day 2.30-3.30pm. Com­mu­nity Hall (top of the vil­lage near chil­drens play park) Ad­mis­sion £5. Tai Chi com­bines deep breath­ing and re­lax­ation with slow, gen­tle move­ments.Con­tact Jeff Cush­ing 01248 352336 cym­ru­taichi­wales. YOGA CLASS: Mixed abil­ity also suit­able for be­gin­ners. Thurs 7.30-9pm. Llandegfan Parish Hall. £6/£5 per class as pay as you go (or you can pay as a block book­ing for 6 weeks, £30/£24). Con­tact Jeff Cush­ing 01248 352336 cym­ru­taichi­


ST EDWEN’S CHURCH: Ser­vice in the Can­dlelit Church ev­ery Sun­day at 11.15am.


ST EILIAN’S CHURCH: Ser­vice next Sun­day at the usual time of 9.30am.


ST MAELOG’S CHURCH: Bilin­gual Eucharist on Sun­days at 10.30 and a mid-week cel­e­bra­tion on Wed­nes­days at 10am. Vis­i­tors al­ways wel­come. All bap­tised Chris­tians are wel­come to re­ceive the Com­mu­nion. BINGO: Ev­ery Fri­day night at the com­mu­nity hall, doors open 6.45pm. Eyes down 8pm. Ev­ery­body wel­come.


EGLWYS Y SANTES FAIR: Sun, Feb 18, 10am, Bilin­gual Morn­ing Prayer ser­vice. Mon, Feb 19, 5.30-6.30pm, Rain­bows; 7-8.30pm, Guides, Church Hall. Tues, Feb 20, Brown­ies and Rangers, Church Hall. Wed, Feb 21, 10am, Bilin­gual Com­mu­nion Ser­vice in Church Hall, fol­lowed by re­fresh­ments and chat; 7.30pm, Prayer/ Bible Group. Thurs, Feb 22, 9.30-10.30am, Soft Play, Church Hall. Fri, Feb 23, 5.30-6.30pm, Beavers; 6.30-7.30pm, Cub Scouts; 7-9pm, Scouts, Church Hall. YOGA: Mind­ful Yoga with Elaine on Tues­days term time 7.30-9.25pm at the Chapel Rooms, Pen­mynydd Road. All abil­i­ties wel­come. De­tails www. yo­ganorth­ or tis­ or Tel 01248430147. WEEKLY DRAW: Win­ner of the foot ball club’s weekly draw on Sat, Feb 10 was Kate Tran­ter, c/o 42 Trem Eryri, Llan­fair­p­wll


ST FFINAN’S CHURCH: Sun Fe­bru­ary 18, Self Led Hu­nan Gyn­haliol ser­vice at 9am. ST MIHANGEL: Ch­we­fror 25, 10yb Gwasanaeth Un­de­bol.


ST CADWALADR’S CHURCH: Sun­day Fe­bru­ary 18, Joint Bilin­gual Eucharist ser­vice at Tref­draeth at 10am.


ST CAFFO’S CHURCH: Sun­day Fe­bru­ary 18, Eucharist ser­vice at 9am.

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