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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. friendsinharmony.org.uk. 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 cymrutaichiwales.co.uk 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, email@example.com, www.druyoga.com.
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 cymrutaichiwales.co.uk £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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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. elimholyhead.com, 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. holyheadbaptist.co.uk 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.crynwyrcymru.org.uk and www.northwalesquakers.org.uk 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 or Gwenda.hughes@royalvoluntaryservice. org.uk. 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. co.uk 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 cymrutaichiwales.co.uk
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. yoganorthwales.co.uk or elaine.yoga@ tiscali.co.uk 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.