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● Open Doors: On Friday and Saturday, September 22 and 23, Wesley Church Centre Tondu (The Methodist Church) will be celebrating The Railway Heritage of Tondu.
This event is part of the Open Doors scheme run by Cadw in Wales.
On both days the church will be open from 10am-3pm, with photographs, maps and models all telling the story of Tondu Junction.
If you have any photographs, memorabilia or memories that you can share with us or are just interested in the history of Tondu and district, then come along.
Everyone is welcome, admission is free and light refreshments will be available on both days
● Family History AGM: The Annual General Meeting of the Bridgend Branch of Glamorgan Family History Society will be held on Monday, September 18, at the Len Evans Centre, Heol Persondy, Aberkenfig (CF32 9RF).
It will be followed by a talk by Nicole Burnett on Objects of Time Gone By.
Doors open 7pm to Start 7.30pm.
Please note that only members of the Society are able to vote in any ballots that may take place – however visitors are always welcome.
● Macmillan Coffee: The annual coffee morning for Macmillan Cancer Support will once again be held at 164, Bridgend Road, Aberkenfig on Friday, September 29, from 10.30am-5pm.
Coffee, tea and cake £3. There will be a selection of craft items, gifts, cakes and jams to purchase.
A grand raffle will be drawn at 5pm. Prizes include a vintage style patchwork quilt, Sunday Lunch for two and more.
● Aberkenfig Allotments: Congratulations to everyone who took part in the sixth annual horticulture show of the Aberkenfig Allotment Association held at Aberkenfig Social and Athletic Club on Saturday September 2.
There were some wonderful exhibits showing the expertise and skill of the members who took part. Tempting tomatoes, perfect potatoes, awesome onions and fabulous flowers were the order of the day. Best baking display was awarded to Linda Edwards for her delicious cakes.
The auction at the end of the show provided an opportunity for everyone to bid for fresh vegetables, cakes and flowers. The auction was undertaken by Councillor Derek Baker and the Association thank him for his support and his help on the day.
Local MP Chris Elmore joined the event and bought at the auction.
Total money raised was £204.20p.
Prize exhibitor this year was Mr John Davies who collected four trophies on the day. Best kept allotment this year was won by Mr John Took. Well done to both Johns!
Thanks are offered to the Aberkenfig Social and Athletic Club for allowing the use of the room and for the use of the lounge for monthly meetings.
Anyone interested in having a plot should contact the secretary on 01656 514512.
The Association is running a bus to the Malvern Show on Sunday. September 24, cost £25 to include bus and Show entrance fee.
There are a few seats available, ring 01656 514512 if interested. Bus leaves Aberkenfig at 8.45am and leaves Malvern at 5pm.
● Psychic Fare: A Psychic Fair will be held on Tuesday, October 3, at the Ynysawdre Community Centre (at the junction of Bryn Road and Heol-yrYsgol). Free entry. Doors open at 6.30pm. Call Mrs Bryant on 01656 657463 or 07890 234235.
● Spiritual Healing: Spiritual healing is offered each Tuesday from 6pm-7.30pm at the Ynysawdre Community Centre (at the junction of Bryn Road and Heol-yrYsgol). There is no charge for the service but a small donation to help defray expenses is appreciated. Call Mrs Bryant on 01656 657463 or 07890 234235.
● Christian Spiritualist: A Christian Spiritualist Church meets Sundays at 6.30pm at the Ynysawdre Community Centre. Call Mrs Bryant on 01656 657463 or 07890 234 235.
● Nazareth Chapel: Nazareth Baptist Chapel Bryncethin offers a Service at 4pm each Sunday, this week led by Rev Ken Adams. For information regarding weddings and funerals call Andrew Davies on 01656 663652.
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● Elder Street Panel: A Interpretation (information) panel has now been erected in the oldest street in Bridgend, Elder Street.
Showing Elder Street from Adare Street, the Redman family who lived at number 11 later becoming E Morgan, Undertakers, the Cinema and Elder House.
Elder house was situated in Elder Lane and not forgetting the animal statutes.
Also another panel has been erected outside Nolton Church.
Town Twinning: Bridgend Town Twinning Association is now an independent organisation linked with several European countries.
In September of this year a delegation, representing the Bridgend Town Twinning Association, will be visiting the town of Hechtel-Eksel in Belgium, through a Hand of Friendship link.
While there, the delegates will be attending a ceremony commemorating the Battle of Hechel which liberated the town during WWII with the help of the Welsh Guards.
Also during their stay, there will be a Living Landscapes event where the town is endeavouring to save their natural heritage for future generations.
At the end of October, Côr Bro Ogwr will be visiting Langenau, our twin town in Germany.
This visit takes the form of a concert tour and a delegation from Bridgend Town Twinning Association will also travel with the choir.
May 2018 sees the return of Chorale du Lac, the choir from our twin town of Villenave d’Ornon, who will be performing in a joint concert with Côr Tabernacl.
Details of this visit and concert will be publicised nearer the time.
Our association is always looking for new members with new ideas who are interested in the cultures of other countries.
If you are interested in joining us please contact our secretary Mrs Madeleine Walters on 02920 892011 or visit our website, bridgendtowntwinning.co.uk to find out more.
● Local History: Bridgend and District Local History Society resumes today, Wednesday September 13 at 7pm.
The group meet in Carnegie House (former Library) Wyndham Street and Bridgend-born Allan Underhill will be the first speaker of the season with a talk on the subject of Images of Bridgend.
The first evening will be membership enrolment, £7 per year and visitors £2 per meeting.
● Family History AGM: The Annual General Meeting of the Bridgend Branch of the Glamorgan Family History Society will be held on Monday September 18 at the Len Evans Centre, Heol Persondy, Aberkenfig.
This will be followed by a talk by Nicole Burnett on Objects of Time Gone By. Doors open 7pm to start 7.30pm.
Please note that only members of the society are able to vote in any ballots – however visitors are always very welcome.
● Bus Station: All those who work in Bridgend Bus Station are all very helpful. Tony works in the office and is most friendly. Not only does he advise on the times of the buses but also gives advice on DIY.
● Street Festival: Roots Street Festival a free family friendly event takes place in Bridgend town centre on Saturday, September 16, from 10am -4pm. Enjoy music and street food and take part in a number of free activities. There is two hours free parking at the Rhiw car park. This event is brought to you by the newly formed CF31 which is creating a brighter future for Bridgend.
● Quilters News: News for the Quilters of Bridgend, Doughty’s of Hereford are bringing their materials to the Lesser Hall in Cowbridge from 10.30am-2.30pm All are welcome.
● Bridgend Probus: Meet every other Thursday at the Caerfatri Inn off Coity Road.
The club is made up of retired business and professional gentleman.
The members meet and after hearing from a guest speaker normally enjoy having lunch together and discuss the morning talk among other topics.
Last week’s meeting saw the welcome return of Don Llewellyn who gave a fascinating talk on the Llandow Air Disaster of 1950. There are some vacancies for new members and anyone who would like to join Probus should contact Owen Edwards on 01656 669401.
● Writing Workshop: A Young Writers’ Workshop will take place at Carnegie House (former library) Wyndham Street on Saturday, September 23, at 10.30. The workshop is open for youngsters between 10 and 17 years of age and will be led by local award winning poet Rhian Edwards.
Also on Thursdays. September 14, 21, and 28, and in October, 5, 12, and 19. An Adult Fun Dance Workshop will take place and cost you a mere £6. Dancing will start at 7pm.
● Hog Roast and Welsh Folk Dancers: Pencoed Town and District Twinning Association are organising a Hog Roast (provided by Alan John, Brynna) with entertainment by Dawnswyr Penybont on Wednesday, September 27. The evening will start at 6.30pm in the Pencoed Miners’ Welfare Hall and is open to all. Tickets at £10 per person will be limited so early booking is essential.
For tickets and further information please contact Mark Steer at: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01443 230 282 or Wendy McDonald at email: email@example.com or call 01656 865633.
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● Forthcoming diary dates: ■ September 22: Boules Taster Day at Pontyclun Rugby Club;
■ September 23: Malvern Flower Show at Malvern Showground;
■ September 26: Autumn Federation Walk Dyffryn House;
■ October 19: Federation Dinner at the Hi Tide, Porthcawl.
Contact Sandra on 01656 669 232.
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● Community Council: The next meeting will be held in the Talbot Community Centre on Tuesday, September 26 at 5.30pm.
Members of the public are welcome to attend and councillors will receive questions for 15 minutes before the meeting.
● Songs and Strings: St Theodore’s Church, Kenfig Hill prides itself on providing a wide range of musical entertainment.
Old friends Côr Merched Cwm Llynfi will be performing in the church on Wednesday, September 27 at 7pm.
The strings are provided by the string trio Bridge Strings.
Tickets cost £8, available from Theo’s Charity Shop, Bridge Street, Kenfig Hill or on 01656 665547.
Proceeds towards providing a new heating system for the church.
● KPC Youth & Community: A charitable organisation that provides a safe and nurturing environment for children and young people.
KPC is situated off Pyle Inn Way, Pyle, Bridgend (Next to Pil Primary School). For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org online or call 01656 749219 or 745399. Activities on offer:
■ Messy Play Sessions: Tuesdays (term time only), 10.30am-11.30am. Just £2 and includes a cuppa! Ideal for babies that can sit up unaided up until age 2 years.
■ Zumba Classes: Thursdays with Michelle. 10am-11am. These sessions are free but a voluntary contribution is appreciated. All abilities welcome!
■ Rebound Fitness: A great way to exercise, in a fun way. Sessions for adults are held on Tuesdays at 6pm and Fridays at 9.15am. £1.50 per session.
■ Walking Rugby: Thursdays, 9.30am for 10am start. All ages and abilities welcome, male and female. £1.50 for 40 mins of fun followed by cuppa and chat!
● Cwtch Cynffig: For 50 years Kenfig Hill has provided a meeting place for people with disabilities and their carers and the Cwtch Cynffig project continues their good work every Thursday.
Activities include arts & crafts, chair based exercise, health and wellbeing sessions. Morning Sessions run from 10am12.30pm and Afternoon Sessions run from 1.30pm -4pm.
Each session costs £5 which include refreshments. Lunch is also provided at an additional cost of £2.50.
Call Talbot Community Centre on 01656 749754.
● Mothers’ Union: Established since 1930 the Parish of Pyle and Kenfig Mothers Union meet at the Parish Hall in Pyle every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7pm April – October.
Call Mrs Brookes on 741077.
● Bethel Community Church: An incredibly warm welcome awaits you always at Bethel Community Church is situated in Pwllygath Street, Kenfig Hill, CF33 6ES.
Their regular meetings include: Sundays - Evening Service 6pm, Tuesdays – Tea & Toast 10am-12pm (free to all the community); Fellowship Meeting 7.30pm. Thursdays – Ignite Youth 7pm. Fridays – Kidzone for junior age group children 5.30pm6-45pm. Kidzone is held during term time only and a responsible adult must bring and collect children.
Call 01656 857505 or 07923 557287 and 07799 044886.
● Talbot Community Centre: A theatre trip is being arranged to see Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the New Theatre, Cardiff on Thursday 11th January 2018. We will be leaving the village at 11.45am for this matinee performance.
Cost is £23 for members and £24 for non-members and is payable by November 1. Call Cheryl Butcher on 01656 749754.
● Harvest Thanksgiving: A Thanksgiving for the Harvest Service will be held on Sunday, September 24 at 11am and 6pm at St James Church, Pyle. All are very welcome.
● Pil Primary School: Residential Trip – At the end of last term, 35 pupils from Year 5 & 6 visited Manor Adventure in Llanwrtyd Wells for three days.
They enjoyed various outdoor and adventurous activities including archery, abseiling, climbing and raft building.
All the children had a wonderful time and thoroughly enjoyed the experience of been away from home and participating in many new and exciting activities.
● Healthy Schools: Lin Cooper and Matthew Bunt completed a Healthy
Schools assessment day at the end of last term. The school was successfully awarded with the Phase 6 Environment strand of the Welsh Healthy School scheme.
Mr Pryce, the Headteacher, would like to say a huge thank you to Mr Adrian Jones and Mrs Cheryl Jones who dedicate many hours of their time to develop and maintain the allotment projects. Mr Pryce would also like to thank all staff, parents and pupils for their hard work and enthusiasm throughout the year.
● Memory Lane Café: Are you looking after someone who is very forgetful or has been diagnosed with dementia? Come and meet people in a similar situation at Pyle Life Centre every Friday, from 9.30am-11am.
Come along for a cup of tea and a chance to talk about any issues you need help with. There will be a host of activities including singing and crafts and looking at old photographs of the area.
Call Louise on 07791 891578.
● Pyle Life Centre: What’s on?
■ Mondays – Basic Skills, Cuppa with a Copper, Digital Skills, Bridges into Work 2, Tang Soo Do Martial Art and Zumba.
■ Tuesdays – Basic Skills, Revolutionize Dance, Kyokushin Karate and Dance Maniax Street Dance.
■ Wednesdays – Basic Skills, Learn Direct Drop In, Weight Watchers, Lego Club, Ballet, Shotokan Karate and Yoga.
■ Thursdays – Shelta Cymru, Kyokushin Karate, Cynffig Crafts and Hip Hop with Revolutionize.
■ Fridays – Bounce and Rhyme, Tang Soo Do Martial Art and Gymnastics for Children.
■ Saturdays – Story Time and Craft, Baby Ballet with Revolutionize and Dance with Revolutionize.
For more details and times drop in to Pyle Library. ● Cruse Bereavement Support Group: The group meets on the first & third Wednesday of each month, from 2pm3.15pm, at St Theodore’s Church, Kenfig Hill.
Contact 01792 462845 for more information or email: morgannwg@ cruse.org.uk.
● Cuppa with a Copper: Come along to Pyle Library on Mondays, from 2pm-4pm.
● Reading Groups: Join one of the many reading groups in Pyle Library.
■ The Night-Owls Group meet on the third Thursday of the month at 7pm.
■ The Daytime Group meets on the last Thursday of the month at 2pm.
■ The Teenage Group (12-19 years old) meets on the second Thursday of the month.
■ The Junior Reading Group (8-12 years old) meet on the second Tuesday of the month.
Bounce and Rhyme meets on a Friday at 10am. ●
End of an Era: The community of Kenfig Hill would like to take the opportunity to send their grateful thanks and very best wishes to Margaret and Glyndon Williams who retire on Thursday, September 14 after an incredible 33 years as Post Master and Post Mistress.
Everyone wishes them much happiness in the future and send a huge thank you for all they have done for us throughout the years.
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● Laleston Gardening Club: The 47th Annual Horticultural Show and BBQ took place on Saturday, September 2.
The event was blessed with a day of beautiful sunshine and the show secretaries were very pleased with the level of entries this year.
The ladies section were particularly supportive with six members submitting in excess of 20 entries each.
Sian James alone contributed an amazing 78 entries and Annette Humphries 42.
Sue Ford Chairman of the Ladies Section presented the following trophies to the winners:
■ Luciana Bloomfield – Winner of the Laleston Garden Cup in the Novice Section;
■ Sian James – Winner of the Ken Freeland Trophy for Vegetables (root & bulb); Winner of the Keith Robbins shield for fruit &vegetables; Winner of the Barclays Bank Trophy for The Biggest & the best; Winner of the Mike Thomas cup for Cut Flowers; Winner of the Bethel Chapel Cup for Pot Plants;
■ Margaret Worgan – Winner of the Ladies Section Shield for flower arrangements;
■ Linda Thomas – Winner of the Catherine Bradford Cup for preserves;
■ Sue Ford + Valmai Plowman – joint Winners of the Speedy Vac Cup for Baking;
■ Sian James – Winner of the Trotman Rosebowl for Needle crafts;
■ Pauline Sloan – Winner of the Ethel Hayball Cup for Arts & Crafts;
■ Richard Pegg – Winner of the Laleston Photographic Section Cup;
■ Sian James – Winner of Top Tray Top Vase and the most prestigious trophy of the show, also the President’s Cup presented for the most points gained in the show.
The help of the Bridgend District Scouts Explorer Unit was invaluable.
Pauline and Joyce Pegg, joint show secretaries worked tirelessly throughout the day. The auction of produce was followed by a big raffle for 12 exceptional prizes.
All members at the club were delighted that former president Glan Hathaway and his wife Carys were able to make a cameo appearance despite his poor health.
On a sad note, club members have recently heard that Bernard Phillips has sadly passed away. Bernard had been an active member of the committee for many years and also served as a highly effective show secretary for much of that time.
Owing to a clash of activities the next Committee Meeting will be held on September 22 and not the 29 as previously scheduled.
● Condolences: Sincere condolences to Teresa Peddar and family on the loss of her dear husband Eddie who passed away suddenly at home on September 10.
Eddie, an insurance manager for many years, was latterly an employee of BCBC in the Highways Department.
He was extremely well liked by all his colleagues for his expertise and sense of humour.
Eddie was also a former member and President of Bridgend Lions in 1987/88.
A great Dad and Grandad he will be sorely missed by all who knew him.
● Broadlands Fete: Congratulations have been pouring in for the organisers and all those who took part in Broadlands Fete this month. Unlike last year the weather was kind making it a spectacular event for all to enjoy.
● Church News: Shoebox Campaign – The Samaritan’s Purse (Operation Christmas Child) shoebox campaign will shortly be starting and although Christmas seems a long way off, boxes invariably have to be returned and at the depot by mid-November in order to be circulated around the world.
We are already preparing to be involved across the Benefice and anyone interested in filling one or more boxes should speak with either Linda Collier (All Saints – 01656 663 206) or Carys Brown (St David’s and St Teilo’s – 01656 650 685) who are acquiring supplies of flat packed boxes which do not need wrapping.
Further information will be shared as soon as possible.
■ Fairtrade at Christmas – While on the subject of Christmas please also remember that at the back of All Saints Church, Pen-y-Fai, there is a Fairtrade table complete with catalogues that include a Christmas section.
Any orders can be given to Delyth Parry or Trish Owen and orders can be collected nice and early if needed.
■ Christmas Lunch – Once again Pat Gregory has kindly offered to arrange an early Christmas lunch for the Benefice and this will take place on Wednesday , November 29, at the Atlantic Hotel in Porthcawl.
A bus will be made available (at additional cost) for those who wish to use it and further details will be available in the very near future.
Anyone interested in coming together for some early festivities should contact Pat on 01656 659 838.
Send your news to: Meryl Wilkins 1 Pen-yr-Heol, Penyfai CF31 4ND 01656 724794
● Sunday services: All Saints Church Penyfai:
■ First Sunday of the month: Holy Eucharist at 10am.
■ Second Sunday of the month: Holy Eucharist 11.30am.
■ Third Sunday of the month: Morning Prayer, 8.30am.
■ Forth Sunday of the month: Benefice Eucharist 11am.
■ Fifth Sunday of the month: Benefice Eucharist at 11am, followed by lunch.
For more information, contact the Rev Anthony Beer on 01656 859487.
● Smyrna Chapel services: A traditional Sunday school service in Smyrna Chapel, Penyfai, always starts at 10.30am and the evening services take place in Smyrna Chapel starting at 6pm.
There is a coffee morning every Tuesday in the Smyrna Chapel vestry from 10am12noon where stalls of produce are also on offer.
Bible studies take place on Thursdays at 7.15pm and are led by Marlyn James and Dorothy Evans. Newcomers to the village of Penyfai are always made very welcome.
● Penyfai WI News: The next meeting of the Penyfai WI will be on September 18 when there will be a talk on Love Food, Hate Waste and a harvest buffet to follow.
● Woodland Trust: Trustees and members have another volunteer day after the summer holidays and to start afresh in the woodland on September 24 from 10am-12noon, all are welcome.
● Community Council: The meeting of the Newcastle Higher Community Council after the August break was brought forward by one week to Tuesday, September 5 in the Smyrna Chapel Penyfai.
The Community Councillors who attended (some apologies were received) were kept up-to-date with a report regarding waste management and a meeting with the BCBC recycling team on July 12; maintenance of the Aberkenfig Allotments and Community Woodland; Daffodil Bulb planting around Penyfai, Court Coleman and Aberkenfig.
A report was also given to the progress of the project by the Community Council in the Aberkenfig Square, stinging nettles weed spraying on the pathway between Prothero Avenue and the Penyfai Church in Wales School – the weeds and brambles must be kept under control by Bridgend County Borough Council for the children’s safety. A full report will be given on crime figures for Penyfai and Aberkenfig in the next Community Council meeting in October
● Play and Community Playgroup: The playgroup is open to children from two to four years of age and is held from 9.15am3pm in the afternoon from Monday to Friday during term time.
For more information, call 07813 392 464.
Send your news to: David Newton-Williams The Cottage, 34 Esplanade Avenue, Porthcawl CF36 3YU 01656 783068 email@example.com
● Cancer Research UK: The annual Tough 10 Run: Help Beat Cancer Sooner event is again being held in Margam Park on October 14 at 11am.
Check out: tinyurl.com/margamparkrun2017 for entry information. Entry is £25.
● Porthcawl Townswomen’s Guild: The next Guild meeting is on September 13 at 2pm in All Saints Church Hall. Call Dorothy Thomas on 772157.
● Fundraising concert: There will be a fundraising concert in Gilgol Baptist Church on Monday, September 22 at 7.30pm when the Porthcawl Welsh Learners’ Choir, together with Cantorion Coety will join together to raise funds to help those suffering from the effects of the disastrous famine in East Africa.
Côr Disgwyr Porthcawl, who have only been together for some six months, recently took part in this year’s National Eisteddfod and sang their way to third place in their class against a number of much more experienced choirs.
Call Irene Collier on 07730 221642.
● Twinning association: On Monday, September 25 there will be a joint social evening where members of Porthcawl San Sebastian Town Twining Association (SSTTA) will have the opportunity to meet members from Pencoed and their twinned town Plouzané.
The event will take place the same week as the European Day of Languages and there will be a quiz on the night.
The event will take place at the Bryncae Arms, Bryncae, CF72 9RP, at 7.30pm with guests arriving from 7pm. There will be bread, cheese, butter and pickles at the event for a small charge of £3 per person.
Pencoed may also have some spare places at the official evening on Wednesday, 27 September 27. This will be in Pencoed Miners’ Welfare Hall starting at 6.30pm. There will be a hog roast followed by desserts. There will also be entertainment by Penybont Folk Dancers. Tickets cost £10. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
● Porthcawl Lions: The car boot sale at Porthcawl RFC’s ground is held every Sunday morning from 8am (weather permitting), at the Porthcawl Rugby Football Club grounds off South Road.Call Martin on 01656 786745.
● Porthcawl Male Voice Choir Celebrity Concert: This year the concert will be held in The Grand Pavilion on Saturday, September 30 and the guest celebrity will be Mike Doyle.
Tickets are available at the Grand Pavilion box office.
● Griffin Park table top sale: This is held every Friday in Griffin Park Hall in New Road from 8am12.30pm.
● Ty Hafan Rainbow Run: Anyone interested in entering the 2017 annual Ty Hafan 5k Rainbow Run can register online or on the day. Registration will start at 11.30am on Saturday, October 7 in the Ty Hafan Event Village on the Promenade in front of the Coney Beach Amusement Park (CF36 5BT) in Porthcawl.
Anybody over the age of five can enter with a proviso that everyone under-16 has to be accompanied by an adult.
You can either register as an individual at a cost of £13 or as a group at a cost of £10 per person (five minimum).
The charity would like competitors to try and raise a minimum of £50 in sponsorship (£20 for under-16s) and everyone who raises the required amount will be entered into a raffle for a day-out paintballing for a party of 10.
● Porthcawl Museum and Historical Society: A quiz evening is being held at the Hi-Tide on Thursday, October 5 at 8pm. Bar meals are available and tickets cost £5.
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