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SCOUT GROUP: Cof­fee morn­ings ev­ery Fri (staffing lev­els per­mit­ting) at the Scout and Guide Hall, Bull Bay Rd, be­tween 10.30am-1pm. All funds in aid of 1st Aml­wch Scout Group. AML­WCH HELP: Healthy Eat­ing Loses Pounds weight­loss group meet ev­ery Wed in The Di­nor­ben Ho­tel 5-7pm. Chris Knott 01407 711058. HEAR TO HELP: Free mi­nor re­pairs to NHS hear­ing aids, bat­tery sup­ply, re-tub­ing and ad­vice at the NHS Vol­un­teer Com­mu­nity Ser­vice drop-in, first Tues­day of each month, 1-3pm at Clwb y Gor­lan, Salem St. AML­WCH BEREAVEMENT SUP­PORT GROUP: 2nd Tues­day of ev­ery month at the Aml­wch Methodist Church school­room, 10.30am and 12.30pm. Call Richard on 07975539644. AML­WCH FOODBANK: Open Wed­nes­day 10.30am to 2pm in the Town Hall build­ing, Lon Goch, Aml­wch. Phone 01407 839065 or 830041 if ur­gent. AML­WCH CA­NOE CLUB: Meets in Aml­wch pool 8.15pm-9.30pm. If you would like to try kayak­ing the club al­lows three Taster Ses­sions at £5 per per­son per ses­sion. Min­i­mum age 8 and con­di­tions ap­ply to un­der-16s, par­ent/car­ers must stay in at­ten­dance for the ses­sions. Sug­gest par­tic­i­pants wear a T-shirt, the ses­sions will involve cap­siz­ing in a kayak. You can also visit on Face­book. DO­NA­TION DROP OFF POINT: Hospice at Home Gwynedd & An­gle­sey Drop off Point at its Dis­tri­bu­tion Cen­tre. It is open on Mon, Tues, Fri and Sat, 10am-3pm to ac­cept qual­ity do­na­tions, at Unit 6, Site 9, Ll­wyn Onn In­dus­trial Es­tate. Tel 01407 832178 (Op­po­site the Post Of­fice Sort­ing Of­fice). AN­GLE­SEY CEN­TRAL LIONS: Is a lo­cal ser­vice or­gan­i­sa­tion, and reg­is­tered char­ity that raises money, holds events, and as­sists in events. Dur­ing 2015 it do­nated £3,400 to lo­cal worthy causes. It needs new members to carry on with this suc­cess. Any­one in­ter­ested in join­ing the club, phone 07802 150399 for de­tails. CIT­I­ZENS AD­VICE: Bureau open Thurs­day 9.30am–2pm, Drop in. Ad­vice line Cymru - Mon to Fri 9am-5pm 03444772020. You can also ac­cess www. Ad­viceguide.org.uk CAFE COFIO: New ser­vice by the Car­ers Trust for car­ers and those they care for. Tea/cof­fee in a re­laxed at­mos­phere and learn more about ser­vices for peo­ple with mem­ory prob­lems, as well as tak­ing part in var­i­ous ac­tiv­i­ties. Ses­sions take at Di­nor­ben Ho­tel, Wed­nes­days, 2-4pm. For in­for­ma­tion ring 01492 542212. TAI CHI & QIGONG: Thurs­days 11.30am -12.30pm. Memorial Hall £3.50, Age Well Class for over-50s. Tai Chi com­bines deep breath­ing and re­lax­ation with slow and gentle move­ments. Con­tact Jeff Cush­ing 01248 352336 cym­ru­taichi­wales.co.uk AGE WELL: On Mons, gentle ex­er­cise and sing a long choir and on Tues walk­ing, art and whist, Weds mu­sic, craft, his­tory and line dancing and on Thurs, mu­sic, jew­ellery, games, tai chi, cor­nel Cym­raeg and cheer­lead­ing. You are wel­come to join in with the fun or just a cuppa and chat. Ring Eileen 01407 831862 now! ST ELETH’S CHURCH: Sun­day Sept 9 at 11am, Holy Com­mu­nion. ELETH WI: Aml­wch are hold­ing an an­tiques val­u­a­tion day at Clwb Y Gor­lan Aml­wch on Fri­day, Septem­ber 7, 10.30am to 3pm. Come along and have your items val­ued by a lo­cal ex­pert, cost £2 per item (max­i­mum of 2 items per per­son). Why not check your at­tic and cup­boards for what may be valu­able items. Tea, cof­fee and cakes avail­able to pur­chase whilst you wait. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, con­tact PatWhit­field on 01407 830279 or Bar­bara Simp­son on 01248 853184 THERE was a slight change to the weekly Aqua Aer­o­bics class at Ban­gor swim­ming pool as Elvis joined the class to per­form some of his hits.

Clare Har­ris, Gwynedd Coun­cil De­men­ti­aGo and Aqua In­struc­tor, joined Elvis im­per­son­ator Wynne Roberts as she in­structed the group in their ex­er­cises in the wa­ter.

Wynne agreed to come along to the class to help raise funds for De­men­ti­aGo, the phys­i­cal ac­tiv­ity class for peo­ple liv­ing with de­men­tia and their care­givers.

A cof­fee morn­ing and raf­fle was held for the reg­u­lars be­fore they started the class.

Clare said: “It was a fan­tas­tic turnout, with more than 30 of our reg­u­lars tak­ing part and having a thor­oughly good time ex­er­cis­ing and singing along with Elvis.

“The De­men­ti­aGo team would like to thank ev­ery­one in­volved for their fan­tas­tic ef­fort.”

A to­tal of £270 was raised, which will go to­wards spe­cial events and ac­tiv­i­ties for peo­ple liv­ing with de­men­tia to en­hance their lives and help them live well with the dis­ease.

Cllr Craig ab Iago, Gwynedd Coun­cil Cabi­net Mem­ber who leads on leisure, said: “We fully sup­port in­no­va­tive events like this, where peo­ple come to­gether to ex­er­cise and raise aware­ness about de­men­tia.

“The peo­ple who at­tend on a reg­u­lar ba­sis also en­joy the so­cial as­pect and have be­come firm friends. Ex­er­cise is one of the risk fac­tors which can help re­duce the risk of de­men­tia.”

For more in­for­ma­tion about the Aqua Aer­o­bics class, con­tact the Ban­gor Aquat­ics and Healthy Liv­ing Cen­tre on 01248 370600 or email: pwll­nofioban­gor@gwynedd.llyw. cymru

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