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. 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. 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. BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION: A Coffee Morning has been arranged for Friday,November 9 from 10 to 11.30, at the Institute Buildings, Pavillion Hill,Caernarfon.Admission £1 to include tea/coffee and biscuit. All proceeds to Caernarfon and District branch, British Heart Foundation. MAESINCLA EYE: The AGM will be held on Thursday, November 22, at the Centre, Ffordd Elidir at 6.15pm. LIBRARY: 01286 679463. Monday: Digital Gwynedd, computer help sessions, 10am-noon, November 12, 19, 26. Colouring in sessions for adults, 2-4pm, November 12, 19, 26. Autims Aware information stand, 10am-noon, November 12. Tuesday: Caernarfon Lace Group, 10am-12.30pm, November 13, 20, 27. Get online (computer classes), prior booking required: 10am-11.30am and 1.30-3pm, November 13, 20, 27. Story time (suitable for under 5 years), 1.30-2.30pm. November 13, 20, 27. Lego Club, 3.30-5pm, November 13, 20. WednesdayL Ji Babi Bach (suitable for babies not yet crawling), 10.3011.15am, November 7, 14, 21, 28. Clwb Cwtch, 12.30-2.30pm, November 7, 14, 21, Board games (fun for all the family), 1-3pm. November 7, 14, 21, 28. Thursday: Jig So (suitable for babies not yet crawling), 1-2.30pm, November 8, 15, 22, 29. Fitness (simple exercise to increase mobility with use of chair £5 per session), noon-12.45pm, November 8, 15, 22, 29. Lego club, 3.45-5.15pm, November 8, 15, 22, 29. Friday, Welsh listening book club, 1.30-3.30pm November 30. CAPEL SALEM: Ar ddydd Sul,Tachwedd 4 gwasanaethwyd yn oedfaon y bore ar prynhawn gan y Gweinidog Parch J Ronald Williams a chafwyd cymorth gan Dafydd Gwydion (Darlleniad a Gweddi). Cyfeilydd y bore oedd yr Athro Colin Baker a Heddwen Lois oedd ar yr allweddellau . Cyfeilydd oedfa’r pnawn oedd Iola Grisdale. Alun Jones oedd llywydd y dydd. Rhoddwyd blodau’r Sul gan Iola Grisale. Sul nesaf, Tachwedd 11, gwasanaethir yn oedfa’r bore gan y Parch Euros Wyn Jones,Llangefni ac yn y pnawn gan y Parch Huw Dylan,Llangwm. Cynhelir cyfarfod nesaf o’r Gymdeithas am 7.30 pm ar 21 Tachwedd yng nghwmni’r ceiropractydd Anna Lee. Safwe Salem: www. capelsalemcaernarfon.com CAEATHRO GARDENING CLUB: Members and Guests are invited to the meeting on Tuesday, November 13 at 7pm in the Canolfan, Caeathro when Mr Jack First will speak on ‘Hot Beds’. Light refreshments will be served afterwards. LAUGHTER THE BEST MEDICINE: An evening of laughter is promised at Theatr Seilo in Caernarfon on Saturday, November 24 at 7 pm when Ruthin Drama Company will perform ‘Allan o Drefn’, Garry Nicholas’ translation of Ray Cooney’s immensely successful farce, ‘Out of Order’. The multi-talented Nic Parry is the director and leading actor, and has led the company to win prizes at the National Eisteddfod on more than one occassion. Tickets available from Palas Print, Na-Nog, Merfyn (01286 672708) and Sioned (01386673616) REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY: 10.45 until aprox 11.45 Main service and parade on Castle Square (org. Town council and British Legion). Noon-7pm Projection of the 11003 names lost on screen by Lloyd George statue (org Royal Welsh Fusiliers Museum). Noon-1pm Llanrug band playing near Lloyd George (org Royal Welsh Fusiliers Museum). 12.30pm The bells of St Mary’s and Llanbeblig will be rung as bells throughout the United Kingdom are being rung at this time (org the Church). Noon-5pm Re enactors in marquee adjacent to lloyd George Statue (org.Royal Welsh Fusiliers Museum). 2.30-3.30pm Service inside the castle to mark 100 years since the end of the great War (org. Gwynedd Council /Lord Leutenant). 8-9pm Beacon to be lit on top of the Yacht club as part of the nationwide beacon cermony to mark 100 years since the end of the Great War (org. Town council with assistance from Yacht club). Also there will be silhouettes of soldiers in various empty shop windows and relevant places in the town as part of the “there but not there “project. The aim of the project is to commemorate the fallen, Educate all generations and help heal those suffering AUTUMN FAIR: The Parish of Llanbeblig are holding Autumn Fair on Saturday, November 24 at 10.30am in Feed My Lambs. Very warm welcome to all.
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 11: 10yb. Y Parch Olwen Williams, Tudweiliog.
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: 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 - which will always impress the crew! 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. The exhibition was opened by Liz Saville-Roberts MP at 3pm on Sunday November 4. The exhibition will then be open every day during the week from 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. LIBRARY: 01766 522256. Wednesday: Digital support: Ipads, laptops, tablets, 4-6pm. November 7, 14, 21, 28. CYMDEITHAS HANES EIFIONYDD: History Society. The next talk is: ‘Myths of the People’ by David Gwyn. on November 14, 7.30pm, at Capel y Traeth Criccieth. www.criccieth-history.co.uk. Please note our new email address criccieth.history@ gmail.com. Further details available from Peter Masters .Hon Sec Tel 01758 750322
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.
EGLWYS CRIST: Y Sul nesaf (Tach 11) yw Sul y Cofio a bydd gwasanaeth Y Litani yn yr Eglwys am 3p.m. gyda’r Canon Idris Thomas, Glanrafon. Cofir yn ystod y gwasanaeth am aelodau Eglwysi Crist a St Mair Dinorwig a gollodd eu bywydau yn ystod y ddau Ryfel Byd. Mae cofebau iddynt o fewn yr Eglwys. Y Sul canlynol Tach.18fed gwasanaethir am 3p.m.gan y Canon Robert Townsend.
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: Sunday November 11 Remembrance service will commence at the church at 10am and then continue at the Cenotaph by 11am for the minute’s silence and laying the wreaths. The winners of the October 100 club were 1) Mrs Anne Williams 2) Mrs Beth Owen 3) Mrs Glenys Jones 4) Mr Fred Owen 5) Mr Brian Wakeham GUIDING: Vacancies for Senior Section (14-26). Contact Lesley Roberts 07583786487 lesley.d.roberts@btinternet. 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 info phone 01758 770321.
CAPEL BWLAN: Tachwedd 11 Parch Megan Williams am 10yb.
ST ENGAN: November 11, No Morning Service. 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 11, 9am & 5pm. Holy Communion. The Annual Christmas Fayre will be held at the Church Hall on Saturday November 24 @ 1pm.
ST RHEDYW: Sunday November 11, Remembrance Sunday, Service At War Memorial, Penygroes 10.50am.
ST MICHAELS CHURCH: Sunday November 11, Remembrance Sunday Holy Eucharist Service at 9:30am. Christmas Lunch, Wednesday December 19. at 12.30pm in the Caernarfon Golf Club. Christmas shopping trip to Chester/ Cheshire Oaks Saturday December 1, names for either event to Wendy 676512 or Beryl 677163 as soon as possible please. 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.