ANGLESEY DOLLS HOUSE AND MINIATURE SOCIETY: Meet on the third Wed of the month from 7pm. Projects are made and help given for your own projects. Annual fee £16. Phone: Rose - 01407 830 344 or Jenny – 01407 741047 CILDWRN CHURCH: Sunday Services (Evangelical), 10am and 6pm. Morning Service simultaneously translated to English. Contact Rev Hywel Davies 01248 723086. ST CYNGAR’S CHURCH: Sunday services 8am Bilingual Communion, 9.30am Gwasanaeth Cymraeg, 11am English service. Wed 10am Bilingual Communion followed by tea/coffee in the Church Hall. TAI CHI & QIGONG: Age Well Class. (For over 50s) Monday 10-11am. Town Hall, Llangefni (on the ground floor) Admission £4. Tai Chi combines deep breathing and relaxation with slow, gentle movements. Contact Jeff Cushing 01248 352336 cymrutaichiwales.co.uk. NORTH WALES WILDLIFE TRUST: On Friday, February 16 at 7.30pm in St Cyngar’s Church Hall the talk will be: Ferns and their allies of north Wales. Experienced biological recorder David Hill will describe examples from the wide range of pteridophytes found growing in the region. Admission £2 includes refreshments. All welcome.
ST CRISTOLUS CHURCH: Sunday February 18 Eucharist service at 11.15am.
CAPEL IFAN (A): Cyngerdd mawreddog, nos Wener, Chwefror 23 am 7.30yh gyda Rhys Meirion, Aled Wyn Davies, Dilwyn Morgan, Côr Ieuenctid Môn, Menna Griffiths. Tocyn £10, o 01248 470385 neu 01248 470316.
LLANTRISANT CHURCH: Services every second Sunday of the month at 3pm.
CRIST-Y-BRENIN CHURCH: Sunday February 18, no service here this week.
ST EUGRAD’S CHURCH: Every Wednesday 9.30am, Holy Communion at Moelfre Church Hall. February 18, 11.30am Morning Prayer. BALLROOM/LATIN AMERICAN DANCE CLASS: Childrn and adult dance classes Friday evenings at Marianglas Community Centre (Hen Ysgol). Children 5-6pm, Strictly Beginners 6-7pm, Intermediate Class 7-8pm, Practice Session 8-9pm. Saturday morning children’s class 11am-noon. Private lessons also available. A fun way to get fit and meet new friends. For more information see Anglesey Dance Facebook page, e-mail angleseydance@ hotmail.com or mobile 07867 508734.
ST MARY’S CHURCH: Sun Feb 18 Bilingual Holy Eucharist at 11am. The Mothers’ Union will meet at 2pm on Mon Feb 19. The Ministry Area Lent Course “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations” will be held in three places St Mary’s Menai Bridge from Thurs Feb 15, Y Ganolfan Llanbedrgoch from Tues Feb 20, and a House Group in Benllech from Wed Feb 21. A Pilgrim Service for Healing and Wholeness will be held at St Tysilio’s Church at noon on Wed Feb 28. Gates open for vehicles from 11.30am. A St David’s Day Service will be held at St Mary’s at 6pm on Thursday March 1. FRIENDS OF CHURCH ISLAND: The next meeting will be at the Committee Room, St Mary’s, Wednesday February 21 at 7.30pm. YOGA: Mindful Yoga with Elaine on Wednesdays 10am-11.55am in Ysgoldy Chapel Mawr/ Chapel Rooms off Chapel street. All abilities welcome. Details www. yoganorthwales.co.uk or elaine.yoga@ tiscali.co.uk or tel. 01248430147 ANGLESEY SCRABBLE CLUB: Meets every 1st, 3rd and 5th Tues 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.
FRIENDS OF MENAI BRIDGE LIBRARY: invite you to the AGM to be held on Wednesday, February 21, 7-8pm, in the War Memorial Community Hall. Reporting on what was achieved during the year and seeking support to continue the dialogue with the county council to agree how they can work together to secure the library and extend its activities for future generations. For further information contact email@example.com TREFTADAETH MENAI HERITAGE: Spring Lecture Series 2018. A Programme of six Afternoon and Evening Lectures at Thomas Telford Centre. Entrance: £2. Afternoon lectures, 2:30pm February 21 – Paul Kay: The Swellies and the Bridges. Darlithoed Gyda’r Nos, 7:30yp: Chwefror 21 – Yr Athro Deri Tomos: Pam Mae Planhigion fel Injan Stem? Find out more at: menaibridges.co.uk, email: info@ menaiheritage.org.uk, tel: 01248 715046. CAMERA: Beaumaris and Menai Bridge Camera Club will meet at 7.30pm on Friday, February 16, with a talk by Andy Polakowski “Exhibitionism”. The Club meets on Fridays in the hall of St Anne’s Catholic Church in Dale Street. For more info, see: https://bmbcc.weebly.com/
ST GALLGO’S CHURCH: Every Wednesday 9.30am, Holy Communion in Moelfre Church Hall. February 18, 8.30am Holy Communion, 10yb Cymun Bendigaid. MOELFRE QUILTERS: The Guest Speaker on Monday, February 19 is Jenny Roberts - “Transfer Printing”. Come along at 1.30pm on that day to Hen Ysgol, Marianglas Village Hall. The admission charge is £3 - tea/coffee and biscuits will be served. For any further information contact the secretary on 01248 852263.
MYNYDD LLANDYGAI DRAMA: (MAD) Is re-forming. Enthusiastic new actors/ actresses are required. No experience necessary, and any age welcome. Join in with a friendly group to have some fun and see what it is doing. Contact Pat at Mynydd Llandegai 01248 601508 or Einir (Welsh) 01248 601 353.
EGLWYS BACH COMMUNITY HALL EVENTS: NEWBOROUGH CINEMA CLUB: The Cinema Club runs on 2nd and 4th Wednesdays each month, doors open 6.30pm, film showing at the new time of 7pm. Free membership of the club is open to all in Newborough and district with a donation of £3 for each showing including light refreshment. To find out titles of forthcoming films look on Eglwys Bach noticeboard or ring 01248 440896. MEMORY CAFE/CAFFI COF: Come along to the Memory Lane Club, enjoy ‘panad and cake’ and take part in activities that help your memory. Meet every 3rd Wed in the month (2-4pm) at Eglwys Bach Community Hall, Newborough. Next meeting, Wednesday February 21 (2-4pm). All welcome/Croeso i bawb. For more details ring 01248 440328. UKULELE/BANJO LESSONS: Mondays 1.15-3.45pm. For more details of lessons ring 07800 664069 or email firstname.lastname@example.org CUPPA AND CHAT/PANAD A SGWRS: At Eglwys Bach on Friday each week, 10.30am-noon to meet friends old and new over tea/coffee and homemade cake? Book and magazine exchange, free raffle. Ring 01248 440328 to find out more. KEEP FIT: sessions are held on Tuesdays 6-7pm. £4. Contact Angharad on 07811106812 or visit Facebook “Anywhere Personal Training”. NEWBOROUGH WALKING GROUP: the group meets on Thursdays outside Eglwys Bach 10am for a two hour walk, weather permitting, transport provided if the walk is further afield. All levels of fitness catered for. Ring 01248 440391 to find out more. PLAY CIRCLE/CHWARAE CYLCH: Softplay sessions Fridays 1pm-2.30pm for babies/toddlers. £2 to include drink. Ring Andrea 01248 723063 for information. PILATES: Tuesdays 1-2pm. Ring Sue on 07808347253 for details. PRITCHARD JONES INSTITUTE: Oriel Rhosyr, open to all, Tuesday 10am-2pm. Computer Courses, Thursdays, 1-3.30pm. Library, open Monday 10am-noon, Wednesday 2-5pm. Friday 2-4pm. YOGA: Mindful Yoga with Elaine on Thursdays 7.30-9.25pm at Pritchard Jones Institute. All abilities welcome. Details www.yoganorthwales.co.uk or elaine. email@example.com or 01248430147. LLANDDWYN/NEWBOROUGH WI: met in Eglwys Bach on February 7. Elly welcomed members, new member, Ava, and guests and proposed that a card and flowers be
sent to Jane after her hip operation. Pam distributed the neat new programmes. Chris has sent thanks to the Community Council for a donation of £100. Betty announced a theatre trip for the 30 May matinee and interest was canvassed for a trip to Victoria Mill in Congleton. Subscriptions (£41) for 2018 are due . Sue Davies, lighthouse keeper, then entertained with an illustrated talk about Anglesey lighthouses. Mike Tillman will talk on “The Countdown to Bosworth” at the next meeting on May 7. PENRHOSLLIGWY
ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH: February 18, 11.30am Holy Communion
YOGA CLASS: Yoga with Kath Turner. Tuesday 7-8.30pm at Ysgol Gymuned Pentraeth. www.kathturneryga.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01248 750029. ST MARY’S CHURCH: Sunday Services at 11am: 1st Sun Morning prayer, 2nd Sunday Holy communion, 3rd Family and young peoples service, 4th Holy communion. WHIST: Winners at the whist drive at the village hall on Fri, Feb 9 were Ladies: 1st Dilys Williams, 2nd Jean Parry, 3rd Helen Owen. High Half: Betty Smith. Gents: 1st Alun Mummery, 2nd Alun Hughes, 3rd Neil Jones. High Half: Glyn Roberts
ST GWENFAEN’S CHURCH: Sun Feb 18 at 9.15am Eucharist. CLWB CABAN: has vacancies for children aged from two and a half. It provides high quality day care that enhances the development, care and education of children in a safe and stimulating environment. for further information please phone 01407 860413
VILLAGE HALL: School holiday in Rhosneigr means some of our regular classes are not on this week but there are still plenty to keep you on your toes with Indoor Bowling on Monday evenings 7pm – 9pm and Table Tennis Tuesday and Friday afternoon 2pm – 4pm, both £2 per person admission. Also on Friday Evening, Feb 16, Dance Night with Terry 8pm – 10pm which is a lovely social evening, bring your own snacks and drinks and admission is only £2 per person, On
Saturday 17th we have Prize Bingo, doors open at 1.30pm with ‘eyes down’ at 2pm. The next Market will be on Sat Feb 24. RHOSYBOL
THE BARN NEW LIFE CENTRE: Cae Uchaf, Rhosybol, LL68 9TR. Tel 07789260811. Be comfortable with God’s grace. Join the meeting at 10.30am every Sunday. CYNGOR CYMUNED: Mae Cyngor Cymuned Rhosybol yn edrych i apwyntio clerc newydd. Mae Polisi Iaith Gymraeg gan y Cyngor, felly mae defnydd o’r Iaith Cymraeg yn hanfodol i’r swydd. Am fanylion pellach, cysylltwch gyda’r clerc gweithredol ar unai 01407 832205 neu dros e.bost - email@example.com. Dyddiad cau Dydd Gwener, Mawrth 2.
TALWRN ARCHAEOLOGY GROUP: (TAGGAT) Meets every Monday during the winter at 7,30pm at Talwrn Village Hall for talks and slide shows on local history and archaeology. This is supplemented during the summer by excursions to local sites of historic interest. For more information contact, Marianne Jones on 01248 723391.
ST FFRAID’S CHURCH: Sun Feb 18 at 11am Morning Prayer. TREARDDUR BAY FC: Winning numbers in the Trearddur Bay FC three ball lotto for Sunday, February 11 were 5, 9 and 12. There was no winner. Next draw Sunday February 18 at The Driftwood, Trearddur Bay 7pm. Tickets on sale at Trearddur Stores, The Driftwood, The Albert Vaults Holyhead, Flaming Grill (Stermat), and any Player or Committee member. Next jackpot = £1,000. Tickets now available via the PayPal account contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
ST BEUNO’S CHURCH: Sunday February 18, Joint Bilingual Eucharist service at 10am followed by Tea and Coffee.
ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH: Sun, Feb 18, 11.15am Holy Communion with Rev Christine Llewellyn. Wed February 14, 10am Ash Wednesday Service. No service on Thursday, February 15. SLIDE SHOW: On Friday, February 23 at 7.30pm there will be a railway slide show entitled ‘Roaming The Railways Of Britain’ featuring slides from the Colour-Rail collection, in St Michael’s Community Church Hall, Lôn Gardener, Valley. Admission will be £2 to include light refreshments. There will be a raffle. All proceeds to St Michael’s Church Hall.
SUNDAY MASS: Anglesey Centre of Mission Catholic Church Sunday Mass Times: St Anne’s RC Ch, Dale St, Menai Bridge: Sat, 5.45pm, vigil mass; Our Lady Queen of Martyrs RC Ch, Rating Row, Beaumaris: Sun, 9am; St Joseph’s RC Ch, Lon Penmynydd, Llangefni: Sun, 11.15am; Fr Joe Daly OMI 01248 810318. St Mary Help of Christians RC Ch, Longford Rd Holyhead: Sat, 6pm, vigil mass; Sun, 11.15am; St Therese RC Ch, Maelog Rd, Rhosneigr: Sun, 9am; Fr Frank Murray OMI 01407 762457. Our Lady of Lourdes RC Ch, Beach Rd, Benllech: Sun, 9am; Our Lady Star of the Sea RC Ch, Bull Bay Rd, Amlwch: Sun, 11.15am; 01407 830361. For details, contact Stephen J Smith on 01407 763332, email email@example.com or Pauline Thomas, on 01248 717331 email firstname.lastname@example.org. PARKINSON’S UK CYMRU: Arfon & Môn Branch. At the next meeting, on February 23 at Rhosygad Chapel Vestry, Llanfair PG at 2pm, Gloria Bateson of the Wildlife Trust will speak on “Swifts and Seals”. MARIE CURIE: The Menai Fundraising Group for Marie Curie seeks volunteers to give two hours of their time to hand out its iconic daffodil pins, in return for donations. The money raised will help Marie Curie Nurses support more people living with a terminal illness in their own homes. Fundraising takes place at the following dates and places: Aldi, Bangor, Fri-Sat, Feb 23-24; Street; Beaumaris, Wed-Thurs, Feb 28-March 1; Asda, Llangefni, Wed-Thurs, Feb 28-March 1; Aldi, Llangefni, Fri-Sat, March 2-3; Ferry Port, Holyhead, Sat, Feb 24. To volunteer or to find out more, visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/daffodil, call Victoria on 07590729665 / 01745 352910 or email email@example.com