THREE PAGES OF COMMUNITY DIARY FROM ACROSS THE REGION:
ST HYWYN’S CHURCH SERVICES: Sun 10am Holy Communion. Thurs 10.15am Holy Communion; 9.30am Silent Prayer. All services are bilingual. Llanfaelrhys Church: Sun 2pm Evening Prayer in Welsh. More information www.st-hywyn.org.uk. SEFYDLIAD Y MERCHED: Cafwyd noson arbennig o hwyliog yn y sefydliad yn y cyfarfod diwethaf gyda phawb yn mygu chwerthin yng nghwmni Marilyn Adams a Carys o Chwilog. Bu’n diddanu gyda straeon digri, ambell i gan a hanes grwp ohonynt fel ffrindiau yn aros ar ynys Enlli. Derbynwyd gwahoddiad gan sefydliad Chwilog yn ddiweddar i wrando ar yr hanesydd John Dilwyn Williams. Cynhelir y swper Nadolig eleni yng nghwesty Nanhoron, Nefyn ar nos Fercher Rhagfyr 12. Edrychir ymlaen at y cyfarfod nesaf nos Fawrth Tachwedd 6, Caryl, Cyndyn gynt fydd diddori drwy wneud cardiau Nadolig.
ST CAWRDAF’S CHURCH: 11am on the first Sunday in each month, Communion. CHATTY CAFI: In the Village Hall at Abererch on alternate Thursdays. A Chatty Cafi is a café that people are encouraged to stay as long as they like - are open from 10am-noon. once a fortnight - for £1 there are tea/coffee and biscuits, just to chat and get to know neighbours. No hidden agendas!
DRU YOGA CLASSES: Abersoch Village Hall. Monday 7-8.15pm and Wednesday 10.30-11.45am. Dru Yoga is practised by people of all abilities, all fitness levels and all age groups, with classes tailored to the needs of each individual. Classes suitable for regular students or drop in – no need to book. Cost per session £5. Call Freddie on 07833 663717 or email SimplyYoga@ btinternet.com for more information.
BANGOR U3A: Meet 10.30am Thursday mornings in Capel Berea Newydd, Bangor (between Ffordd Penrhos & St David’s Retail Park). For people who are retired from work or parenting. Develop interests and activities with others and share in organising them. New members welcome Come early after 9.30am for a chat and stay for the event.Further information from www bangoru3a.org.uk and www u3a.org.uk. On Thursday, November 1, there will be music from the Music of Wales Ensemble and onNovember 8, Marian Gwyn will talk about “Women in the 18th. Century Carribean” WIDOWERS AND WIDOWS: Social group covering Anglesey, Bangor, Caernarfon and Llyn, set up for widowed people to enjoy life again in the company of other widowed people who understand.As a guide it is suggested people aged 50-70 will get the most from membership, as it aims to be active, out and about. At the moment it meets regularly in Bangor, Menai Bridge and Caernarfon and also meet up weekly for walks, and go to opera, ballet, gigs, cinema, meals, pub quiz and weekends away. If you are an internet user go to www.meetup.com and enter “Anglesey&Gwynedd Widowed” (without the quotes) then apply to join. Or Call Dilwyn on 01248-601599, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or Lyn on 01286-678252, email email@example.com Please note: this is not a dating group. AGE WELL: Activities for the over 50s At the “The Youth Centre” Maesgeirchen, Bangor. Starting from November 7. Every Wednesday, 1pm until 2.30pm Keep Fit classes. £2.50 per person to attend per session. For more info firstname.lastname@example.org or 01286 685 921 STROKE SUPPORT: Had a Stroke? Need some support? Then come to our local Stroke Cafés or Stroke Groups to meet other Stroke survivors, families and carers in a friendly supportive environment at: Kyffin Café, High Street, Bangor – Every other Friday 10am-noon. For more information contact Dave Smith 01248 421356 / 07397279897 or e-mail email@example.com PLAYFORD DANCING: Do you love dancing? Are you secretly oldfashioned? Did you know there is the opportunity to learn Playford dancing in Bangor? This is 17th/ 18th century social dance (think Jane Austen) with informal sessions approximately monthly on Tuesday evenings and a wonderful costume Ball in Llanfairfechan on October 20 for a mere £10. Beginners welcome to learn. No partner needed. Fantastic live music! Next Tuesday session will be on November 13. For more information, to book a place on Sunday or Ball tickets, phone Nicki on 07960 371620 or find me on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dr.nicki.h MORRIS DANCING: Thursdays 8-10pm. Cadi Ha Morris are looking for new members of any gender, aged 16+ to dance or as musicians. Come along on a Thursday evening to try it out free of charge! No experience or partner needed. Just turn up in loose comfortable clothes and trainers or similar. Based in Bangor, teaches and performs traditional Morris dances from the Cotswolds. Performs for local events but also travel to Folk Festivals or Morris Dance events around the country. September to May, practice indoors in Bangor and the summer is spent enjoying displaying our skills as a team wherever we can.If you love dancing and are looking for a new challenge, want a new group of friends or simply want to keep fit, free of charge, come and give it a go . For more information or to let us know you’ll be there, find us on Facebook or www.cadihamorris.co.uk; email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Nicki on 07960 371620
HEROES’ MEMORIAL: 1914-1918 The Bangor cathedral display of poppies commemorating the end of the First world war will close on Remembrance Sunday , November 11 in an unique way. At a date on or around Armistice day (the time and date to be announced later) a group of young people from Bangor of the same age as those who died in the First world, 1914-1918 will read out the biographies of the city’s heroes who gave their lives in the conflict and who are commemorated (most accompanied by a photograph), in Cofeb Y Dewrion (Heroes’Memorial) compiled by the Reverend W.J.Owen (Afallon) soon after the war. An appealis going out to relatives of the fallen to view the names compiled in the book on the Bangor cathedral Facebook page and to contact if they would like a biography (of a family member perhaps) read out to all present at this unique event. They and members of the public are then most welcome to attend at a time and date to be announced nearer the time. POPPY EVENT: The people of Bangor are invited to collect a poppy from the Cathedral on All Saints Day, November 1 if they now live in the house once the home of one of Bangor’s First World War heroes. The poppy can be collected between the hours of 10.30am and 3.30pm or arrange collection by phoning 01248 354999. They can check the addresses on the Bangor Civic Society website by following the link ‘Tools and Features >> Historical Sources >> Books, where the pages of the war dead are featured in the book Cofeb Y Dewrion (Parch WJ Owen). The poppy can then be returned in a special Service to remember the fallen on Remembrance Sunday, November 11 at 3.15pm. At the Service ten biographies of the Bangor dead along with the names of all the fallen will be read out by the young people of Bangor today. BANGOR BIRD GROUP: The next talk will be on Wednesday, November 7 when Dennis Atherton, a Bolton birder, will talk on “Western USA and Pelagic birding“. The meetings start promptly at 7.30pm in the ground floor lecture room of the University’s Brambell Building on Deiniol Road. All are welcome. Cost - £2 to non-members. Membership subscription: £15, concessions £12 Bangor Uni students free. For further details ring 01248 714678.
FESTIVAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES: Bangor University is taking part in the Economic & Social Research Council’s Festival of Social Sciences, and invites the public to take part in a wide variety of events. Year 12 & 13 school pupils will visit the University on November 6 to take part in workshops and seminars discussing the different forms of injustice experienced in the 21st century. Faces of injustice: Social sciences and social justice will enable young people to explore the sorts of injustices people face, and will highlight to the young students, the role that social science research can play in fighting these injustices, and finding solutions to social problems. Welfare reforms come under the spotlight on 9 November in an event which will bring together local authority workers, Department for Work and Pension representatives, advisers from the Citizens Advice Bureau, members of the public and academics to discuss Universal Credit: The challenge of welfare reform. Local people are being invited in to sample some activities brought to use via other cultures: an Adopted Cultures Day is taking place in Pontio between 10.30am and 4.30pm on Saturday, November 10, with demonstrations, a talk and discussion and taster sessions of non-Western practices such as yoga, capoeira and salsa.
ST MARY’S CHURCH: 9.30am every Sunday Anglican bilingual service. BEDDGELERT SHORT MAT BOWLS: Every Tuesday evening, from 7-9pm in Beddgelert Community Hall. It’s very informal, everyone is welcome, no experience is needed, bowls are provided, any age can play, and it’s fun! Plus, we usually go for a drink and chat afterwards.
JUMBLE SALE: at Beddgelert Community Hall. Saturday, November 17, 2pm. Admission, adult 60p, child/OAP 40p, including refreshments. Proceeds for hall funds.
CAPEL BETHEL (CAPEL SARON): Tachwedd 4 am 10yb Mr Edward Morris Jones. CLWB BOWLIO MAT BYR: The Club meet at the Memorial Hall every Wednesday between 1pm and 3pm with a break for refreshments. Coaching and equipment provided. Ring 01248 670018 for more information.
BETHEL VILLAGE HALL: Pop -Up Café, 10am-noon. Tea. Coffee, Cake. Raffle Will be held last Tuesday each month. CAPEL CYSEGR: Tachwedd 4 am 10yb. Ms Anna Jane Evans ac Ysgol Sul fel arfer.
ST GARMON’S CHURCH: Sundays, 4pm Evensong. Third Sunday each month, 11.45am Cymun Bendigaid, 4pm Holy Communion. 5th Sunday of each month, bilingual Holy communion at 4pm. BLAENAU FFESTINIOG BRIDGE CAFE: 3D Jisaw Journey. Free Exhibition - Travel round the world with these beautiful models. How many can you identify - Bridge Cafe 9am-5pm. Poetry Group - Tues 10.30am to noon. Acoustic Music Night - Thurs 7.45pm-10pm. Non-alcoholic venue. Siop Siarad - Panad a sgwrs 4th Sat of the month. IT’S A SMALL WORLD: (Old Billiard Hall), Scalextric Club Night - Up to 14s - Thurs 4pm-5.30pm £2, 14+ Thurs 6.30pm-8.30pm - £3, Vintage Players - Fri 5pm-7pm £3. ARMY CADETS: Every Thursday 7-9pm at ACF Building, Y Sgwar LL41 3UL. Age 12 (year 11) – 18 years. Learn outdoor pursuits, field craft, team work, community events, First Aid, DoE awards etc. AGE WELL: Every Wed at the Community Centre (near the Leisure Centre): 9.30am-4pm. Tai Chi: 10.30am-11.30am. Indoor Bowls: 11.45am-12.45am. Art (Creative Hour): noon-1pm. Gentle Chair Exercise: 1pm-2pm. Card Games: 2pm-3pm. Youth Club for the over 50s! Contact Stephen at email@example.com BLAENAU FFESTINIOG MEN’S SHED: A place where men gather together to talk and make new friends, recycle, reuse, restore and share their skills and experiences. Every Tuesday 10.30am-1.30pm at Tan Y Maen, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or call 01766 830203. SSAFA GWYNEDD: Seeks new caseworkers in the Gwynedd area to help and support our veterans and their families. If you can help Please contact Andy Williams 07958524298.
YOUTH CLUB: Bontnewydd Youth Club leaders John and Maria offer a warm welcome to the young people of Bontnewydd and surrounding villages to participate in the club’s activities. The club is open every Tuesday from 7-9pm and open to students from Year Seven upwards. Activities scheduled this year include trips out of the club to participate in Ice skating, Indoor Climbing, Ten Pin Bowling, trips to the cinema. Also a range of activities offered within the club including pool, table tennis, cookery, boxing punch bag and game consoles. Members will also have an opportunity to achieve the NICAS indoor climbing Level 1 climbing certificate. For any further information about the club, contact John on 0791 9923548 or Maria. Y CARTREF: Activities at Y Cartref. Monday Men’s Sheds 10am-noon. Tuesday Art Club (Gwanwyn) 10am-noon £3. Wednesday Card Creation 10am-4pm, £5. Wednesday Computers 1-3pm, £2. Thursday Cinema 2-4pm, £3. Friday Knitting Club 10am-noon. Friday FABS Exercise 2-3pm, £3. Cartref Caffi open 9.30am-4pm, Offering homemade freshly cooked meals, snacks and breakfast at reasonable prices. Y Cartref is also seeking volunteers. Every Friday Bingo including chicken in a basket noon-3pm. First Monday of every month a speaker will be at Y Cartref, November 5 will be Gwendoline Bayliss giving a historical talk “Dyddiadur fy mam”. Donations towards Age Cymru Gwynedd a Môn. Flower arranging course begins November 19 – please make enquiries. Christmas Fair November 30, 1-4pm, £20 a stall. Christmas Afternoon Teas available at Caffi Cartref.
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ST CYNGAR’S CHURCH: 11.15am Morning Prayer (1st and 3rd Sundays), 11.15am Eucharist (2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays).
SEGONTIUM JUDO CLUB: Judo classes are held for children between 7 and 14 years of age on Mon evenings at Canolfan y Capel Caeathro at £3 a session. Contact club secretary Hannah Hughes on 01286 672344 or find on Facebook – SegontiumJudoClub.
CATHOLIC CHURCH: St David and St Helen Catholic Church, Twthill East, Caernarfon. Weekend masses Sat 6pm. Sunday Masses at Our Lady and St James, Bangor at 10am and 5pm. Father Adrian Moran is the priest at both churches. PENTECOSTAL: Caernarfon Pentecostal Church, 10.30am every Sun at Canolfan Gwyrfai, Cibyn Industrial Estate, with young people’s groups (Creche 0-3yrs, King’s Kids 4-9yrs, Frequency 9-13yrs, Energise 14-17yrs) during the adult service. Wednesday at 5.30pm will be Good News club. For details, contact Mr P Hummel (senior church leader) on 01286 673276. ROYAL WELCH COMRADES ASSOCIATION: Monthly meetings at the Ex-Service Club. First Wednesday every month at 7pm. All ex-service members are welcome. SHELTER CYMRU: Housing advice at the Citizens Advice Bureau on Tues 9.30am-12.30pm. Ring 01248 671005 for an appointment. EX-SERVICE: Caernarfon Ex-Service Club is open to new social members. Contact the club steward on 01286 672761 between 7-11pm. BOLLYWOOD INDIAN DANCING: Thursdays, 7.30-8.30pm, at Feed My Lambs Venue. £4.50 adults and £2.50 children. Contact 07827 572842, bollywoodburnout.com. GUIDING: Vacancies for Rainbows (5-7years), Brownies (7-10 years) and Guides (10+), plus teenage and adult volunteers. Contact Lesley Roberts 07583786487 email@example.com. T’AI CHI QIGONG: This gentle form of exercise is very effective for relaxation, health and well being and is suitable for all ages and abilities. Classes are relatively informal, relaxed and have an emphasis on enjoyment. Weekly classes - Tues 10.30am-noon and 6.30pm-8pm at the Beacon Climbing Centre, Cibyn Industrial Estate - £5 per session. For information and to book your place, as numbers are limited, contact Lindsay on 01286 870353. GRŵP YSGRIFENNU: Ydych chi’n ysgrifennu pethau ffeithiol fel bywgraffiad, neu straeon byrion, cerddi, nofel neu drama yn y Gymraeg, ac yn hunan-nodi fel person anabl ac/neu oes gennych gyflwr iechyd corfforol neu feddyliol hirdymor? Ydych chi’n ffansïo gweithio heb unrhyw gost i chi efo ysgrifennwyr eraill mewn grp bach cyfeillgar er mwyn datblygu’ch gwaith? Beth am ffeindio allan am grwp newydd arbennig sy’n bwriadu dod at eu gilydd yn ardal Caernarfon bob mis? Am fwy o wybodaeth, cysylltwch â: denni@ dacymru.com neu firstname.lastname@example.org. Ffôn: 029 2055 1040. MAESINCLA EYE: Community Group and Centre, 15 Ffordd Elidir. CAB surgery for general advice/benefits check etc, every Wed between 10am-1pm. For further info, contact Natalie Keys on 07825678836. For Communities First info/training etc, contact Eiriona on 01286 674698. Cllr Cemlyn Rees Williams will hold a surgery on the last Wed of the month, between 5pm-6pm. To book an appointment, ring 01286 674977/07955951403. For further info, contact Tracy on maesinclaeye@ yahoo.com CYLCH TI A FI MAESINCLA: Pob Dydd Gwener - tymor Ysgol yn unig, 12:45-2.15 Yn Cylch Maesincla, Safle Plas Pawb. TI A FI NODDFA: Mae sesiwn Ti a Fi yn cael ei gynnal bob bore dydd Mawrth 9.30 tan 11yb yn Ganolfan Noddfa. Croeso cynnes i ddod i gymdeithasu ac i chwarae. CWMNI COFIS BACH: Tues, free. Drama Club: 3.45-4.45pm year 3-6. 5-6pm years 7-10. Guitar and Drumming Club, Year 4+, 20 minute sessions timetabled between 3.45pm and 7.30pm. Art Club: 3.45-4.30pm, years 0-2; 4.45-5.45, years 3-6; 6pm-7pm, years 7-10. Register on 07765 655 848. YOGA: Mae yoga yn dda at gyfer ystwytho’r corff, ymestyn y cyhyrau a thawelu’r meddwl. Nos Lun am 7yh-8:30 yn Neuadd Felinwnda - Dosbarth yoga dechreuwyr. Pnawn Iau am 5-6yh yn Festri Capel Salem, Stryd Llyn, Caernarfon - dosbarth yoga i ddechreuwyr. Matiau, blociau a beltiau ar gael. Cysylltwch a Gwen ar 07876 540707 gwen_lasarus@ yahoo.co.uk SCOUTS: Caernarfon Scout Group, are holding a taster evening for the Group on Tuesday November 6 at 6:30pm. It is experiencing a shortfall in the Beaver and Cub sections and is looking to interest new boys and girls to join us, the taster evening is for new little people to come along and see what the group actually does at its evening meeting, your support is needed to ensure Scouting will continue to thrive in our town. So do come along and join, have a cup of tea and learn more about what the group does. BANC BWYD ARFON FOOD BANK: Situated at Canolfan Gwyrfai (Pentecostal Church) Cibyn Estate, open between noon and 2pm. Tuesday and Friday.If you wish to contribute the Food Bank can arrange to collect the food- non-perishable and within the Best Before Date. Phone 07423014038 or 1286/677208. The food bank serves the whole Arfon district from Abergwyngregyn to Llanllyfni and Pontllyfni. SEQUENCE DANCING: Every Tuesday at Y Galeri, Caernarfon, 8pm. For more information tel: Mrs Pat Davies on 01286 673623. Tuesday October 30, dancing at FelinHeli. SSAFA GWYNEDD: are requesting new caseworkers in the Gwynedd area to help and support our veterans and their families. If you can help Please contact Andy Williams 07958524298. IT CLASSES: Age Cymru Gwynedd a Môn is providing IT classes for older people (over 50) free of charge at the Scout Hut, Maesincla at 10am, every Friday. GWYNEDD COUNCIL OPUS: can support people aged 25 and over on their journey to work, volunteering and training. This support includes initial one to one meetings, Work Star assessments and completion of an action plan, Group work activities to improve confidence and self-esteem, Training opportunities to improve skills, Volunteering and work placements to gain practical work experience, Job search and CV writing skills, and Interview techniques. For more information contact the team on 01286 682 730 or Opus@gwynedd.llyw.cymru. OPUS is funded by the European Social Fund. VOLUNTEERS WANTED: Can you spare a few hours a week to help Age Cymru Gwynedd a Môn, the local aged 50+ charity for Gwynedd and Anglesey? Age Cymru Gwynedd a Môn is seeking volunteers who are able to help out with the running of both its 39 Pool Street Caernarfon shop (Monday to Saturday) and in the Café it runs at the Caernarfon Criminal Justice Centre, Llanberis Road, Caernarfon (Monday to Friday). (Any relevant training will be provided as required and any travel costs reimbursed.) For more information contact Nicola Jennings on 01286 808 732 or Nicola@ acgm.co.uk” CAERNARFON TOWN BOWLING CLUB: Green is now open. new members always welcome. Contact Mal on 07806 779740 for details. ARMY CADETS: Every Thursday 7-9pm at The ACF Barracks, LL55 2DD. Age 12 (year 11) – 18 years. Learn outdoor pursuits, field craft, team work, community events, First Aid, DoE awards etc. CLWB CANOL DRE: Tel 01286 672638. Saturday Entrance Fee £1 Members/ £2 Non Members. FIRST FLOOR - Bar / Snooker Table / Pool Table / Darts / TV. Lift available to First Floor. GROUND FLOOR – Bar / Stage / Dance Floor. Entertainment on Saturday night. Bingo: 9p-9.45pm. Entertainment / Dancing: 9.45pm-10.30pm. Interval Break: 10.30pm-11pm. Entertainment / Dancing: 11pm-midnight.
COLOFN ATGOFFA: Mae ymchwil wedi bod ar y gweill i gael hanes y milwyr o’r Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf a goffawyd ar y golofn atgoffa, ond maent yn cael trafferth i gael hanes y rhai canlynol: John Robert Evans, J W Roberts, John Roberts, William Roberts, George Price Thomas, Robert Williams (Royal Engineer). Os gallech helpu, ebostiwch eich gwybodaeth i email@example.com.
CYNGERDD COFIO: Tachwedd 3 yn Gadeirlan Lerpwl. Yn cymeryd rhan make Sioned Terry, Luke McCall, Ilid Anne Jones, Twm Tegid, Llewyrch a Chor y Fron. Bws yn cychwyn o Gaernarfon. Manylion a Thocynnau gan Vaughan Davies. MOLD. 01352 752632.
REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY: A special service and parade will be held on Sunday, November 11 at 10.45am on Castle Square Caernarfon. The Rector the Rev R F Donaldson will take the service and Her Worship the Mayor Cllr Eiriona Hughes will take the salute.
AGE WELL: Activities for the over 50s At the “Scouts Hut” Maesincla, Caernarfon. Starting from October 24, Every Wednesday – from 10am until 11.30pm Keep Fit classes. £2.50 per person to attend per session. For more info aled@ acgm.co.uk or 01286 685 921 DISCOVERING OLD WELSH HOUSES: (Snowdonia Branch). Monday, December 3, workshop with J Dilwyn Williams on how to use the Archives to undertake house history research; Gwynedd Record Office, Caernarfon. Please book in advance with Peter Masters as numbers may be restricted: 01758 750322/email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Details of when and where to meet will be sent to those who book. Cost: £2 per head. Further information from Margaret Dunn: email@example.com/ 01766 890550.
CAPEL SALEM: Gwasanaethwyd yn oedfa’r bore a’r p’nawn Sul Hydref 28 gan y Gweinidog; Y Parch Ronald Williams. Yr organydd oedd Arthur Wilding a chyfeiliwyd ar yr allweddellau gan Elen Medi Morgan. Cyfeiliwyd yn y p’nawn gan Iola Grisdale. Rhoddwyd blodau’r Sul gan Mr Elfyn a Mrs Bethan Owen. Croesawyd yr aelodau wrth y drws gan Veira Owen a John Grisdale. Mair Price oedd y llywydd y Dydd . Cafwyd cymorth Mia Elain ( emyn a darllen) , Deian Iorwerth ( emyn) a Tomos Llywelyn (gweddi) yn oedfa’r bore. Sul nesaf gwasanaethir gan y Gweinidogion; bore am 10 a’r p’nawn am 4. Gweinyddir Sacrament y Cymun yn oedfa’r bore ac ysgol Sul y plant/ieuenctid yn y bore. Safwe Salem: www.capelsalemcaernarfon. com
MAESINCLA EYE: The AGM will be held on Thursday, November 22, at the Centre, Ffordd Elidir at 6.15pm.
COMMUNITY WEBSITE: The Community Council intends to establish a community website which will include details of the work of the Community Council but will also have space for other information such as local history, forthcoming events, etc. Anyone with ideas regarding the site are welcome to contact the Clerk (01286 660141). EBENESER: Tachwedd 4. 10yb. Oedfa yr Ofalaeth yng Nghapel Bwlan dan ofal y Gweinidog – Y Parch Gwenda Richards.
ENGLISH SERVICE: At Capel y Traeth. Every Sunday at 11.15am. ST CATHERINE’S CHURCH: 8am Morning Prayer (1st, 3rd and 5th Suns). 8am Eucharist (2nd and 4th). 11am Eucharist, 11am Ysgol Sul/Sunday School. FAMILY CHURCH: Sunday at 10.30am and 6pm. For details of children’s and young people’s clubs, and other meetings, contact Ben Thomas on 01766 522794 or at www. cricciethfamilychurch.org.uk YOGA: Classes at the Memorial Hall Green Room every Wed 7pm-8.30 contact Heather on 07790 576669, and every Thurs 10am-11:30am. For details contact Nicole on 07889 932573. Suitable for all ages and abilities, new members welcome. INDOOR SHORT MAT BOWLS CLUB: New Indoor Short Mat Bowls Club at the Memorial Hall will meet every Mon at 7.15pm onwards at the main hall. Everyone is welcome, come and have a go.
GUIDING: Rainbow, Brownie, Guide and Senior Section units. Contact Hazel Dibben on 07865 094723. Modern Sequence Dancing: At the Memorial Hall every Thurs, 8pm-10.30pm. Age Well: Every Tuesday at Encil y Coed Centre (near the Health Centre): 9.30am-4pm. IT Class, Beginners Level (Coming Soon): 10am-11.30am. Knitting Club, including a half hour lunch: 11am-1.15pm. Gentle Chair Exercise: 1.15pm-2.15pm. Table Games, Socialising and DVD Afternoons: 2.30pm-4pm. Youth Club to the over 50s! Contact Stephen at firstname.lastname@example.org TAI CHI CLASSES: Held in Jerusalem Chapel, Henbont Road, every Monday at 10.30am. For more information contact Terry Higgins on 01766 810280. SINGING FOR FUN: Lleisiau’r Byd World Voices is a friendly and informal community choir. Meets every Wednesday in term-time 7.30-9.30 in the Jerusalem Hall, Cricieth. £5 a session, with first one free. The choir sings songs in a variety of styles and languages in glorious harmony. All music is taught by ear, directed by musical leader David Gunn, in a friendly and supportive way to produce beautiful sounds. No previous singing experience necessary. Contact 01766 523686. BRIDGE CLUB: Thursdays 7pm. New members and visitors welcome. Contact Peter for venue details 01766 522647. SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF SOUTH CAERNARVONSHIRE: An international organisation helping women and girls achieve their potential by inspiring action and creating opportunities to transform lives through a global network of members locally and internationally. Meetings held twice a month in either Criccieth or Llannor. Social events are held to raise funds for local and national charities. New members welcome. See the Facebook page or ring Margery Griffin 078111 86969 for more information.Library: Borrow 5 books or morein order to borrow a DVD free of charge. SSAFA GWYNEDD: Seeks new caseworkers in the Gwynedd area to help and support our veterans and their families. If you can help contact Andy Williams 07958524298.
RNLI: With effect from Saturday November 3, the RNLI Shop and Boathouse will be open from noon to 4pm every weekend until Christmas. Every purchase and donation you make will help to keep the volunteer crew afloat, and you and your family safe on or beside the sea. You’ll find a wide stock of toys, stocking fillers, cards, calendars, confectionery and for youngsters who’ve `got everything’, why not enrol them as members of Storm Force, giving them a good working knowledge of the RNLI. COMMEMORATING CRICCIETH’S CONTRIBUTION: 100 Years Since the end of the Great War. A series of events are being held during Remembrance Week 2018, from November 4-11. A year ago, Criccieth Town Council was awarded a grant from the Lottery Heritage Fund (The First World War, yesterday and today) for a project to Commemorate Criccieth’s Contribution in partnership with Ysgol Treferthyr, Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor and Criccieth Memorial Hall. The week begins with the opening of an exhibition by Liz Saville-Roberts MP at 3pm on Sunday November 4. The exhibition will then be open every day during the week 11am-3pm. The Remembrance Week events also include: Wednesday November 7 in Criccieth Memorial Hall in the company of the stars of “Hedd Wyn” (Huw Garmon, Judith Humphreys, Ceri Cunnington, Llio Silyn, Grey Evans) who will share their experiences of being part of this Oscar nominated film (1992): a stirring story of the poet Ellis Evans, from Trawsfynydd who was posthumously awarded the National Eisteddfod of Wales chair at Birkenhead in 1917 after failing to return from the 1st World War trenches. On Friday November 9, the Friends of the Lloyd George Museum, have organised a lecture on Welsh Art in WW1. The Lloyd George Museum will be open on Saturday 10th and Twm Morys will recite Lloyd George’s speech announcing the end of the war. On Sunday 11th there will be a series of events at Criccieth Memorial Hall following the Remembrance Service in the morning. The week will end with a Beacon of Light Ceremony on the prom in Criccieth. All events are free apart from Friday night’s lecture. CONCERT: Sunday, November 11 at 2pm in Criccieth Memorial Hall. In Flanders Field...” A moving commemoration in music and song. David Heyes (Double Bass), Sarah Poole (soprano), Derek Harris (piano), Bronwen Naish (Double Bass), Free entrance. Sponsor Dr Bernd Atenstaedt.
BINGO: Every Fri at Tŷ Elidir, open
6.30pm, start 7pm. Proceeds to local charities.
MOBILE POST SERVICE: at Deiniolen, every Friday 12.45pm-2pm. Situated at Library car park, High Street, Deiniolen. DEINIOLEN LIBRARY: Click and Collect Service.Mon 9-10am 2-3pm. Tue 9-10.30am 2-3pm. Wed 9-10.30am 2-3pm. Thu 9-10.30am 2-3pm. Fri No Service. EISTEDDFOD GADEIRIOL DEINIOLEN: a’r Cylch - Llongyfarchiadau i’r holl gystadleuwyr a ddaeth i ganu, i lefaru, i chwarae offerynnau ac i actio yn neuadd Ysgol Gwaun Gynfi ddydd Sadwrn, 27ain Hydref. Daeth cynulleidfa gref i glywed talentau’r plant a’r ieuenctid, a diolchir hefyd i’r noddwyr a’r hyfforddwyr am eu cefnogaeth.
FARMERS MARKET: Takes place in Ganolfan Garndolbenmaen the second Sun of every month, 10am-2pm. Tea and coffee also available. Email friendsofgarn@gmail. com
CHURCH: Service every Sunday at 9.30am. ST AELHAEARN: Winter ffair, Thursday, November 8 at 6pm , in Y Babell Llanaelhaearn, various stalls and activities. TI A FI/MOTHER AND TODDLER: Now meet in the school at 1.30pm on Thursdays.
FLU CLINICS: At Meddygfa Aelhaearn. If you are over 65, suffer with a chronic condition, or you are a carer, then you are entitled to a free Flu injection. There are several flu clinic dates over the next few weeks to make it more convenient for patients to be able to attend. An appointment will be necessary - phone Tŷ Doctor on 01758 721851 or Meddygfa Aelhaearn on 01758 750514
LLANBEDROG ART CLUB: A friendly group who extend a warm welcome to new members. Beginners and experienced artists invited. Occasional talks/ demos from professional artists. The group meets every Mon 1.30pm-4.30pm at St Pedrog’s Church Hall. Subs £2 inc tea and biscuits. BALLROOM AND LATIN AMERICAN: Dance Classes in Llanbedrog Village Hall, Cae Hendy on Wednesday evenings. Practice session 7pm-7.45pm. Improvers Class 8pm-9.30pm. Social Dance/Practice Dance on the first Wednesday of every month 7.30pm-10.15pm. Private Lessons by arrangement. Qualified Teacher with the IDTA. Call Kerstina on 07920 446976. KNITTING AND SEWING GUILD: Is a group of ladies who knit babies to adults jumpers and toys and many sewn items too. It is open to the public every Thurs 2pm-4pm in the Church Hall when they sell these items. All monies go to local charities. More knitters are needed so do come along or phone Rosie on 01758 740184 for information. DRU YOGA CLASS: Llanbedrog Church Hall. Mondays 11am-12.15pm. Dru Yoga is practised by people of all abilities, all fitness levels and all age groups, with classes tailored to the needs of each individual. Class suitable for regular students or drop in – no need to book. Cost per session £5. Call Freddie on 07833 663717 or email SimplyYoga@btinternet.com for more information.
ST PADARN’S CHURCH: Thursday November 1, 7:30pm All Saints Holy Eucharist. Friday November 2, 7pm All Souls Holy Eucharist at St Helen’s Church, Penisarwaun. Sunday November 4, 11am Holy Eucharist. GUIDING: Vacancies for Senior Section (14-26). Contact Lesley Roberts 07583 786487 email@example.com
SSAFA GWYNEDD: Seeks new caseworkers in the Gwynedd area to help and support our veterans and their families. If you can help, contact Andy Williams 07958524298.
LLANBERIS TIDY VILLAGE: volunteers meet up weekly to litterpick around the village. If you’d like to join, come to Menter Fachwen shop, High Street, Llanberis at 10am on Sunday. Croeso/ welcome to everyone including families and dog walkers.
ST TUDWEN’S CHURCH: Services on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month at 9.30am. For information phone 01758 770321.
CAPEL BWLAN: Tachwedd 4 Sul Gofalaeth am 10yb.
ST ENGAN: November 4, 9a,m. Holy Communion.
DRU YOGA CLASS: Llanengan Village Hall. Tuesday evening 7-8.15pm. Dru Yoga is practised by people of all abilities, all fitness levels and all age groups, with classes tailored to the needs of each individual. Class suitable for regular students or drop in – no need to book. Cost per session £5. Call Freddie on 07833663717 or email SimplyYoga@ btinternet.com for more information.
PLAYGROUP: at Llanengan Community Centre is open from Monday to Thursday, 9.15am-11.45am. If anyone would like to join the bonus ball, contact Caryl or Non.
ST CIAN: November 4, No Morning Service. Evensong @ 5pm. The Annual Christmas Fayre will be held at the Church Hall on Saturday November 24 @ 1p.m.
APEL AM GWIRFODDOLWYR: Mae angen gwirfoddolwyr i nodi’r enwau sydd ar y beddi yn hen Fynwent Bara Caws yn Llanllyfni er mwyn eu cofnodi a’u gosod ar Nantlle.com er gwybodaeth cyhoeddus. Am fyw o wybodaeth cysyllter ag O P Huws. 01286 881176 - 07748911583
ST MICHAELS CHURCH: Sunday November 4, Cafe Worship in the Institute, bring the children and come along. Christmas Lunch in the Golf Club Caernarfon on Wednesday December 19 at 12:30pm. Christmas Shopping trip to Chester /Cheshire Oaks on Saturday December 1. Names for either of these events to Wendy 676215 or Beryl 677163. CAPEL Y RHOS: Tachwedd 4 Y Gweinidog, Y Parch Marcus Wyn Robinson, am 10yb. Gweinyddir y Cymun. Dim Ysgol Sul. CYLCH TI A FI: Dewch i gael hwyl a sbri yn Cylch Ti a Fi, Festi Capel y Rhos. Mae’r cylch yn cyfarfod prynhawn Dydd Mawrth 1-2.30 a bore Dydd Gwener 9-10.45. Croeso cynnes i fabis a phlant i fynu at 4 oed. Dewch am weithgareddau, paned a sgwrs. BACK2HOCKEY: Come and join the weekly session of hockey training at Ysgol Brynrefail every Wed 6.30-7.30. Hockey equipment provided for £2. YOUTH CLUB: Every Monday and Wednesday 7-9pm, at Ysgol Brynrefail. Everybody welcome, year 8 upwards. HAFAN ELAN LLANRUG: Age Well Activities for the local aged 50 and over population. Activities held every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday including a lunch club, Bingo, gentle chair exercise and computer classes. Contact Eilwen Charters on 01286 669 287 for more information. CHRISTMAS FAYRE: Ysgol Brynrefail, Llanrug. Tuesday November 13, 6.30-8.30, £2.50 entrance fee to include tea/coffee and mince pie. For more information or to book a stall, email Donna: robertsjones. firstname.lastname@example.org
CYLCH TI A FI: Baby and Toddler Group is held in Canolfan Bro Llanwnda, Weds Term time 1.15-3pm. Parents, Carers and Childminders all welcome.
ST JOHN THE BAPTIST’S CHURCH: 9.30aOfferen/Eucharist (3rd Sun). 9.30am Boreol Weddi/Morning Prayer (1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Suns).
MORFA NEFYN KNITTING GROUP: Come and knit, crochet, sew and chat at the Nanhoron Arms every Monday from 7.30-9pm. Just turn up and join this friendly group or contact Karen Cooper on 07747 800320 or 01758 720039 for details. Donations of wool for charity [projects greatly appreciated.
CWMNI GWYNANT CYF: Mae Cwmni Gwynant yn falch o gyhoeddi fod swm o arian ar gael gan y Cwmni er budd y gymuned. Gwahoddir ceisiadau gan fudiadau gwirfoddol yng nghymunedau Nantgwynant,, Beddgelert a Nantmor. Ceisiadau, trwy lythyr, erbyn Rhagfyr 1af i Bethan Roberts, Hafod y Porth, Nantgwynant, Caernarfon LL55 4NG. Cynhelir Cyfarfod Cyffredinol Blynyddol Cwmni Gwynant Cyf. ar Nos Iau, Tachwedd 8fed yn Neuadd Nantgwynant.
ST PERIS CHURCH: Thursday November 1, 7:30pm All Saints Holy Eucharist at St Padarn’s Church, Llanberis. Friday November 2, 7pm All Souls Holy Eucharist at St Helen’s Church, Penisarwaun. Sunday November 4, 9:30am Holy Eucharist. Tuesday November 6, 8am Morning Prayer.
CANOLFAN LLYS LLYWELYN: Coffee Morning - every Friday, 10-30am-noon, Join us in a relaxed, happy environment. Craft club - every other Wednesday -10.30am onwards, Do you have crafty fingers or would you like to learn a new craft?
DYSGWYR: Mae Pwyllgor Ardal Nebo yn awyddus i helpu’r nifer cynyddol o ddysgwyr yn yr ardal trwy sefydlu grwp i sgwrsio a nhw. Y bwriad yw sefydlu grwp o Gymru Cymraeg lleol fydd yn fodlon trefnu amser cyfleus i sgwrsio efo’r dysgwyr a thrwy hynny fod yn gymorth ymarferol yn ychwanegol i’r gwersi ffurfiol. Os oes rhywun yn fodlon helpu efo’r gwaith yna ffoniwch O.P. Huws 01286881176 neu Alison Jones 0128 881745. APEL AM GWIRFODDOLWYR: Mae angen gwirfoddolwyr i nodi’r enwau sydd ar y beddi yn hen Fynwent Bara Caws yn Llanllyfni er mwyn eu cofnodi a’u gosod ar Nantlle.com er gwybodaeth cyhoeddus. Am fyw o wybodaeth cysyllter ag O P Huws. 01286 881176 - 07748911583
AGE WELL: Classes held at the Ganolfan Nefyn. Mon: Gentle Exercise 9.30-10.30am. Interactive Art 10.45am-12-45pm. Silver Swans (ballet exercise for over 50) will start again in September. Wed: Craft/Art 9.30-11.30am. Drama Noon-1.30pm. Choir 1.30-3.30pm. Welsh for beginners and advanced classes 2pm-3pm. Fri: Exercise for over 50`s, 9.30-10.30am Line Dancing 2.30-4.00pm. O DDRWS I DDRWS: runs a bus service from Llŷn to Ysbyty Gwynedd every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for £1 each way. The bus starts out from Llŷn to arrive at Ysbyty Gwynedd convenient for visiting time 1.30pm-2.30pm. It will pick up from the villages around Llŷn. Passengers must book with O Ddrws i Ddrws on 01758 721777 or e mail email@example.com DROP-IN MINDFULNESS SESSIONS: Lunchtime drop-in mindfulness practice sessions open to all, from complete beginners to people who wish to keep their practice topped up. Ideal for anyone who wishes to get a taste of mindfulness. Held at the Doctor’s surgery (Ty Doctor), Nefyn, every 2 weeks on a Tuesday from 1-2pm. It is fine to come for the first half hour only. The sessions are run on a donation basis. Suggested amount £5. For more information contact Tara: email - firstname.lastname@example.org. phone: 01766 530839, www.gwyneddmindfulness.co.uk. FLU CLINICS: At Ty Doctor. If you are over 65, suffer with a chronic condition, or you are a carer, then you are entitled to a free Flu injection. There are several flu clinic dates over the next few weeks to make it more convenient for patients to be able to attend. An appointment will be necessary - Please phone Tŷ Doctor on 01758 721851 or Meddygfa Aelhaearn on 01758 750514 LLŷN MARITIME MUSEUM: The museum will remain open (Wednesday to Sunday) until Saturday November 3. Don’t miss the opportunity to see the U-Boats War: Commemorating the War at Sea, 1914-1918 exhibition.This forms part of a nation wide project co-ordinated by the Comission for Ancient and Historic Monuments Wales whereby many small museums throughout Wales, including the museum here in Nefyn, have contributed World War I stories from their own area. Entrance is free. Groups welcome through prior arrangement (01758 721313).
NEFYN AND DISTRICT LADIES CLUB: The speaker at the last meeting was Dr Nansi Saville who gave a talk comparing the looks and geology of the Downs in Wiltshire, where she lived before coming to live in Morfa Nefyn, with the mountains of Snowdonia and she brought pictures and rock samples from the areas. The Fashion Show by Shevonne and Body Shop at home is on Thursday November 8 at 7.30pm at the Nanhoren Hotel, Nefyn. Tickets £5, available from the Nanhoren Hotel, club members or pay at the door on the night. All proceeds to Womens Aid. AGM: Y Ganolfan, Nefyn, November 20 at 7pm- warm welcome to all
AIL GYLCHU: Mae bin ail-gylchu Antur Waunfawr wedi ei leoli yng nghyntedd Ysgol Gymuned Penisarwaen. Coeso i unrhyw un o’r Gymuned ei ddefnyddio. Bydd yr ysgol yn derbyn arian am bob bin llawn. Gwerthfawrogir eich cefnogaeth. CYLCH TI A FI: A warm welcome to parents, childminders, babies and toddlers to the weekly session at Penisarwaun Community School Hall every Monday 1.30 until 3pm. Activities and special visitors every month. ST HELENS CHURCH: Sunday November 4, 11am Holy Communion. ALL SAINTS DAY: Thursday November 1, 7.30pm Holy Communion Service at St Padarns Church Llanberis. ALL SOULS DAY: Friday November 2 at 7pm Holy Communion Service at St Helens Church Penisa’rwaun. REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY: November 11, 10.45am Holy Communion Service, 11am a service of remembrance will be held by the cenotaph a warm welcome is extended to all to this special service 100 yrs following the end of the 1st World war. CEMETERY FUND: The following donation has been gratefully received towards the cemetery fund. £20 Hugh & Nerys Caernarfon. WHIST DRIVE: The weekly whist drive will be held at the Church hall on Tuesday November 6 at 7pm new players or learners welcome. CASH BINGO: The fortnightly cash bingo will be held at the Church hall on Wednesday November 7 at 7pm.
CAPEL FRON: Sun services at 10.30am. Evening services will be held at Yr Hen Fanc, at 5pm from November 4 until further notice. Sunday school during the morning service. Explorers (primary school age) meet on Weds at 6-7pm during term time. Call Pete Campbell on 01766 770632. AGE WELL: Every Friday at the Memorial Hall: 9:30am-12:30pm. Coffee Morning: 9:30am-noon. Indoor Bowls: 11am-noon. Local History Club (Last Friday of every month): 10am-11am. Other occasional various activities. Youth Club for the over 50s! Contact Stephen at email@example.com BRIDGE CLUB: Tuesdays at the Village Hall 7pm. Visitors and new members welcome. Contact Dewi 01766 515949. HOLY TRINITY CHURCH: Penrhyndeudraeth are holding a display of World War One memorabilia throughout November. Items include personal letters from the War Front to parents in Penrhydeudraeth, Poetry, Music and the Marking of Graves and Memorials of those soldiers from the parish who perished between 1914 and 1917. The Remembrance Day Service takes place at 10.45 on Sunday November 11 and is followed by placing of wreaths in Neuadd Goffa Penrhyndeudraeth. The church is open 9.30-3.30pm daily. DEUDRAETH CAMERA CLUB: Speaker Kristina Banholzer ‘Photojournalism’. Price £3 at door inc light refreshments at Holy Trinity Church Hall, Penrhyndeudraeth at 7.30pm Monday, November 5: Kristina is a documentary photographer hailing from North Wales. When given the chance to visit India at the age of 16 she came home with a shoebox full of film and a new found hobby. Kristina then studied Documentary Photography in Newport, South Wales and has since been working as a freelance photographer in Y Felinheli, North Wales; she thrives on new projects, whilst always incorporating her own style into the image. Kristina has worked with various Welsh and International companies, creating colourful and energetic images. Some of her clients include S4C, BBC, Sky as well as various theatre companies. For further information visit the website at Secretary@ deudraethcameraclub.co.uk
CLWB Y FELIN: Members of Clwb y Felin with strong nerves and a liking for dressing up are invited to a Halloween party on November 1 at the old school house. Members are welcome to bring a friend and the fun starts at 2pm. There are no clues as to what may be expected but there could be a raffle and a Best Witches Hat competition. A more traditional meeting is being held at 2pm on Thursday November 8.
CHRIST CHURCH: Sunday, Novb 4, 11am Holy Communion. Worship on Wednesdays 10am- a short service followed by refreshments and a chat. TREFN OEDFAON CAPELI: Tachwedd 4: Capel Calfaria – Oedfa am 10yb o dan ofal y Parch Glenys Jones; Capel y Groes – Sul yr Ofalaeth, Oedfa am 10yb yn Capel Bwlan; Capel Soar – Oedfa am 10yb o dan ofal Mr Robert Morris (Dim Ysgol Sul), ac Oedfa’r hwyr am 5.30yh o dan ofal Eurfryn Davies. CLWB CROESBWYTH: Clwb Croesbwyth am 7yh Nos Lun 5 Tachwedd yn y Neuadd Goffa, Penygroes. WATERSPRINGS CHURCH: Worship service – Suns 10.30am. Bible Study and Prayer – Thurs 7pm at The Melting Pot Cafe. The Red Lion, 19 High Street. Contact: 01286 880650 ~ 07958 729020. watersprings.org.uk ~ firstname.lastname@example.org NANTLLE VALE DOG TRAINING CLUB: Is a Kennel Club registered dog training club. The classes are held in the Memorial Hall Market Place. It runs puppy classes, obedience training, ring craft and a fun agility session. It also offers training for The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme ‘Puppy’ ‘Bronze’ Silver’ and ‘Gold’. The classes are held on a Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm. Phone 01286 831092 for details. IT ADVICE: Need help with the computer, laptop or tablet? Need to set up e-mail account? Want to learn about internet shopping or search your family tree? Come to drop-in sessions at Penygroes Library on Fridays 2-4pm. Free admission. ARMY CADETS: Every Wednesday 7-9pm at ACF Centre, County Road LL53 6EF. Ages 12 (year 11) – 18 years.Learn outdoor pursuits, field craft, team work, community events, First Aid, DoE awards etc.
CAPEL BRYNAERAU: Tachwedd 4 am 10yb Sul yr Ofalaeth yng Nghapel Bwlan.
CATHOLIC CHURCH: Summer Mass times: St Joseph’s, Pwllheli Sat. 6.30pm and Sun. 11.30am; Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, Porthmadog Sun. 9am. GUIDING: Brownie unit. Contact Anne Fazakerley on 01766 770360. GIRLGUIDING PORTHMADOG: Runs a Rainbow Unit for 5-7 year old girls on Mondays at 5.30pm. If interested in joining come along or for further information ring Ann Fazakerley 01766 770360. SCOUTS: Porthmadog Scouts are meeting time from 6-8pm on Thurs. If you fancy trying out some new experiences come along and pay a visit! Contact: Lauren Evans 07825133347. ARMY CADETS: Every Wednesday 7-9pm at ACF Centre, Snowdon Street LL49 9DF. Age 12 (year 11) – 18 years. Learn outdoor pursuits, field craft, team work, community events, First Aid, DoE awards etc. CHURCH IN WALES: Service each Sun at 9.30am, Parish Church of St John, Penamser Road. HISTORY TALKS: Welsh History talks on 2nd Friday of the month and Roman History talks on last Friday of each month, both 11am, at Penrhyndeudraeth Church Hall. Contact Syd Caplan 01766 522238, email email@example.com. SSAFA GWYNEDD: are requesting new caseworkers in the Gwynedd area to help and support our veterans and their families. If you can help,contact Andy Williams 07958524298. WAR AT SEA: To celebrate the centennial of the end of the Great War Porthmadog Maritime Museum will be hosting a special display to commemorate Welsh men lost at sea. This is part of a major project by the Royal Commission of Historic Monuments and others and there will be displays hosted by all museums throughout Wales. The Porthmadog display can be seen every day 12-4 through the summer to Autumn Half term holiday.
PRENTEG SEWING CLUB: Meet every other Wed at the Village Hall Prenteg 7pm-9pm £2 per meeting. Everyone welcome beginner or expert, informal group who help each other. For more details contact Deborah Dawe 01766 512510 or Lorraine Jones 01766 514385.
ALA ROAD CHURCH: opposite the Police Station, services start at 11.15am. Sunday, November 4, The Minister CAPEL PENLAN: Sul nesaf, Tachwedd 4 am 5yh, gwasanaethir gan y gweinidog y Parch Glenys Jones. CYMDEITHAS CHWIORYDD: Capel Penlan. Cynhelir y cyfarfod nesaf pnawn Llun, Tachwedd 5 am 2yp. Ceir sgwrs gan Dewi Jones, Criccieth. Croeso cynnes i unrhyw un ymuno yn y cyfarfodydd. ST PETER’S CHURCH: Service times: Sunday 10.30am Holy Eucharist/Offeren Sanctaidd Bilingual, 4pm Gosber Cymraeg First Sunday in the month. Monday 9.30am Celtic Morning Prayer English. Tuesday 10.30am Holy Eucharist/Offeren Sanctaidd, Bilingual. Friday 3.30pm Meditation and Benediction, English. Saturday 10am Holy Eucharist/Offeren Sanctaidd, Bilingual. CATHOLIC CHURCH: Summer Mass times: St Joseph’s, Pwllheli Sat. 6.30pm and Sun. 11.30am; Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, Porthmadog Sun. 9am. CRYNWYR PWLLHELI: Mae Crynwyr Pwllheli yn cyfarfod yn vestri Capel y Drindod y Sul cyntaf y mis am 11.30yb, a pedwerydd nos Iau y mis am 7.30yh. Croeso cynnes i pawb. WOMEN’S AID: De Gwynedd Women’s Aid provides support to all women living in Dwyfor and Meirionnydd who have suffered or are currently suffering domestic abuse, regardless of age, marital status, culture and language, with or without children. We offer free confidential information and help on benefits and housing, and we are there also to those who just need someone to talk to. Contact on 01758 701005, or call in at Canolfan Felin Fach, Pwllheli. We are there to help you. MUSIC: Every Monday, between 7-9pm, at Allports Fish and Chips Shop with local jazz musicians. Free admission. Phone 01758 612641.
CANOLFAN FELIN FACH: Provides a daily drop in service for anyone who needs company, support, help in filling forms and other information regarding Wellbeing. Anybody can call in without a prior appointment and we guarantee you a warm welcome. Open Tuesday -Friday 9am until 4pm. The Centre provides and offers a wide range of leisure activities board games, pool, darts and dominoes, Also have an Arts and Craft group every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10.30am-3pm. Distributes Food Bank vouchers every Tuesday and Friday for people who are in a crisis, If it is a bank holiday we will issue these on the day before. Also have a facebook page so that you can follow us and be updated with trips and other activities. Call Sami or Mari (Support workers) on 01758 701 611 or visit the Centre on Penlan Street, Pwllheli.
SESIWN SIARAD: Welsh learners at all levels are very welcome to come along to an informal drop-in chat session on Saturday mornings between 10.30 and 12.30 at Caffi Gwalia in the High Street. Plan to meet every Saturday apart from Christmas/New Year, Easter and July/ August. Phone Howard Jones on 01758 730519 for more information.
TI A FI PWLLHELI: Every Thurs at Ysgol Feithrin Pwllheli, Frondeg, 1pm-2.30pm if you require any further information, do not hesitate to contact us at Ysgol Feithrin Frondeg, Pwllheli. Ti a Fi Pwllheli has been run voluntarily for 8yrs+ and without voluntary support this provision would not exist. A big thank you to them! YOGA PWLLHELI: Come along to Yoga sessions, will now be every Mon and Fri between 10–11:30am at Capel y Drindod, Pwllheli. The cost per session is £4. POLICE SURGERY: If anything’s bothering you or if you have any ideas regarding improving community safety, come to the Police Surgery, between 10am-11am on the first Wed of each month, in Pwllheli Police Station, Ala Road. SCHOOL UNIFORMS: Second Hand Ysgol Cymerau School Uniforms, now at Caffi Glan Y Môr, South Beach – Contact 01758 612434 Stocks are currently running low for Second Hand Ysgol Cymerau School Uniforms therefore they would be grateful of any jumpers, coats or polo shirts with the Ysgol Cymerau logo on them to sell. All profits are donated to the school’s Ffrindiau Ysgol Cymerau Friends.
PWLLHELI ADVICE SESSIONS: Tues 2-5pm, CIP, 8 Lower Cardiff Road. If you need advice on Employment Problems, Housing Issues, Welfare Benefits, Consumer Rights, Debt Advice, and more then drop in to see us. Avalon Advice CIC 01248 361911 www.avalonadvice.info GUIDING: Rainbow, Brownie and Guide units. Contact Sera Williams on 07917 303435, firstname.lastname@example.org. PFC: PwllhelI Football pre-season training at Glan y Môr school fields every Tues 7pm. All new players very welcome. PWLLHELI YOUTH CLUB: For young people aged 12 to 19 from 7pm to 9pm on Tues and Thurs. At Frondeg, Pwllheli. Contact Vicky Williams at vickyvlw@ icloud.com. Badminton: Every Thursday noon to 1pm in the Leisure centre, £1.50. All ages welcome. RURAL MARKET: Pwllheli Rural Market takes place every Wed between 9am-12pm at St Peter’s Church with home baking, crafts, plants, cards and refreshments
BRIDGE CLUB: Mondays & Wednesdays 7pm at the Vestry Ala Road. Visitors & new members welcome. Contact Eleanor 01758 713285 or Sian 01758 614324. Fun bridge lessons free - all abilities - contact Eleanor. See Pwllheli Bridge Club website. SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF SOUTH CAERNARVONSHIRE: An international organisation helping women and girls achieve their potential by inspiring action and creating opportunities to transform lives through a global network of members locally and internationally. Meetings held twice a month in either Criccieth or Llannor. Social events are held to raise funds for local and national charities. New members welcome. See the Facebook page or ring Margery Griffin 078111 86969 for more information. SSAFA GWYNEDD: Seeks new caseworkers in the Gwynedd area to help and support our veterans and their families. If you can help, contact Andy Williams 07958524298. ARMY CADETS: Every Tuesday 7-9pm at ACF Building, North Quay LL53 5YR. Age 12 (year 11) – 18 years. Learn outdoor pursuits, field craft, team work, community events, First Aid, DoE awards etc. BANC BWYD PWLLHELI FOODBANK: Thanks all the chapels, churches and schools who have supported us with donations for Harvest Thanksgiving, and everyone who donates food and toiletries in the trolley in ASDA Pwllheli. All the support we receive locally is an enormous help to those local people in crisis who are referred to the Foodbank by specialist agencies. Thank you everyone, with your help the Foodbank was able to give a total of 28 food packs in September, making a total for the year of 385. The number for the coming months is likely to increase as seasonal work ends and winter weather begins to take hold.
HISTORIC COTTAGE: Rhosgadfan, open by appointment only. Contact on 07810 526972.’ ELVIS CHRISTMAS: In aid of the RVS, at Mountain Rangers Saturday, December 1, from 7.30pm. Tickets £7 available from Mountain Rangers on 07824 468530, Gwenda RVS 07436 583104, RVS Office 01248 661915.
CAPEL HOREB: Tachwedd 4ydd. Oedfa Gofalaeth am 10y.b. Eglwys Bwlan. Gweinidog Parchg, Gwenda Richards.
CAPEL SEION: Mi fydd oedfa dydd sul Tachwedd 4ydd am 3.30 yn nghwmni’r Parch Christopher Prew. CANOLFAN TALYSARN COMMUNITY CENTRE EVENTS: Monday 9am-noon Post Office, 10am-1.30pm Citizens Advice. Tuesday, 9am-1pm Post Office, 10am-noon Job Club, noon-3pm Internet Café, 6.30-9pm Aikido. Wednesday 9am-noon Post Office. Thursday, noon-3pm Post Office, 6pm Zumba Class. Friday, 4-7.30pm Karate – Dragon Martial Arts. Sunday 10am-noon Aikido. 1st Friday each Month. Talysarn Celts Bingo Night doors open 6.30pm. Canolfan Talysarn 01286 881569 for more info. Dechrau’n Deg/Flying Start have various classes and training for parents, call in for further info.
ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH: 2.30pm Eucharist (1st Sun), 2.30pm Evening Prayer (all other Suns).
Y SUL: Dim ysgol Sul oherwydd gwyliau hanner tymor. Bydd yn dechrau yn ôl ar Tachwedd 11, 5.30pm, Parch Ddr Geraint Tudur, Bangor. BOCSYS SGIDIAU: Mae Ysgol yr Eifl ac Eglwys Maesyneuadd yn casglu bocsys sgidiau llawn anrhegion ar gyfer plant a theuluoedd yn nwyrain Ewrop eleni eto o dan y cynllun Teams4U. Bydd angen y bocsys i mewn erbyn dydd Mercher 14 Tachwedd. Taflenni ym Maesyneuadd neu gan Siân, Tir Du, 660340, sian.roberts@ btinternet.com CLWB GWAU: Bydd y Clwb Gwau yn cyfarfod am 2 o’r gloch brynhawn Llun 5 Tachwedd yn y festri. Croeso i aelodau newydd. SHORT MAT BOWLING: Trefor Short Mat bowling club meets on a Wednesday and Thursday at 7.15pm in the hall. Coaching and Equipment available for use in the club along with a cup of tea and refreshments during half time.
SNOOKER CLUB: The Club is open to the ages of 11 and above. Contact Keith Wyn Owen 01286 650691. SNOWDONIA VINTAGE MOTORCYCLE CLUB: Meets every second Wed of the month at 7.30pm at Snowdonia Park. For info, phone 01758 613788.
MEMORIAL HALL: Lots of activities including: Short Mat Bowling: Mon and Thurs at 1 (01286 673950); Badminton: Mon night; Youth Club: Tues (7–9pm) Keep Fit: Weds and Fri 7-7.30pm (07443572998); Brownies a Guides. contact the Caretaker 01248 67144332. COMMUNITY COUNCIL: Chair – Mr Daniel ll. Williams. All enquiries via The Clerk Heather Jones 07867982518 email@example.com GUIDING: Rainbow, Brownie and Guide units, vacancies for teenaged and adult volunteers. Contact Lesley Roberts 07583786487 firstname.lastname@example.org SHORT MAT BOWLING: Felinheli Short Mat Bowling Club in the Community Hall. Coaching and equipment is available. Meet on Mon and Thurs at 1pm. For more information ring 01286 673950. KEEP FIT: In the Memorial Hall with USWEAT (Ffion Roberts). Every Wed and Fri, 7-7.30pm. Details from Ffion on 07443572998. YOUTH CLUB: now open every Tuesday night 7pm-9pm at the memorial hall. Welcome to boys and girls school years 8 and over. Various activities and sessions available. RVS: Royal Voluntary Service Volunteering are looking for new volunteers to join our team and help us with our 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 we would like to hear from you Contact Gwenda Hughes on 01248 661915 or Gwenda.hughes@ royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk LLANFAIR IS GAER: Tachwedd 4, Holy Communion 3pm.
WELSH LANGUAGE SESSIONS: The Village Hall Management Committee are pleased to announce that informal, relaxed friendly Welsh Conversational Sessions for Learners have commenced, with tea, coffee and cake! They will be held on 1st Friday of each month at 7pm in the village hall. Anyone wishing to participate should contact David on 01286 831318. CLWB BOWLIO MAT BYR GROESLON SHORT MAT BOWLING CLUB: Groeslon Short Mat Bowling Club meet in Groeslon Village Hall every Thursday, at 2pm and at 7pm, both sessions are of 2 hours duration, with a break for refreshments. New members welcome, equipment provided, no previous experience necessary.