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Gardening Club: The first event of the Gardening Club year is their AGM, which was held at 7pm on Tuesday, February 6 at the Sports & Social Club (formerly The Legion).
Inquiries to their secretary vonandpete@ hotmail.com
Sponsor A Horse Shoe: Sponsor a horse shoe to help reopen Cefn’s Three Horse Shoes Pub.
A new group of dedicated residents have come together to buy and reopen the Three Horse Shoes as a community pub.
Now you can help, too, in the restoration and reopening of the pub, by buying your own horse shoe for display in the pub when it is open again.
The personalised horse shoes can be engraved with the name of a couple, individual or family and will be displayed in the pub.
The group have made tremendous progress in the few months since it was set up, successfully raising the funds to buy the building in just weeks after it was placed on the market. Now also with the help of other volunteers and donations the group are very busy refurbishing and restoring the building.
If you are interested in buying a shoe to support the development of Cefn’s first community pub, please get in touch via the page on Facebook or email: bethanjelfs@sky. com.
The cost is £50 per shoe.
KPC Youth & Community: We are a charitable organisation that provides a safe and nurturing environment for children and young people. KPC does this by the provision of training, recreation, advice and support to give them better opportunities to help improve well-being.
In addition, they help with digital upskilling, low level accredited training and support with skills to help improve employability.
KPC does this with training, recreation, advice and support to give them better opportunities to help improve well-being. In addition, they help with digital upskilling, low level accredited training and support with skills to help improve employability.
KPC is situated off Pyle Inn Way, Pyle, Bridgend (next to Pil Primary School).
For more information contact kpcyouth@ hotmail.com online or all 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 two years.
This a fabulous opportunity for toddlers to explore and learn about textures through play while their parents, grandparents or carers have a chat and a cuppa, socialise and make new friends.
Zumba Classes: Thursdays with Michelle. 10am-11am. These sessions are free but a voluntary contribution is appreciated.
Rebound Fitness: Sessions for adults 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 followed by cuppa and chat.
Memory Lane Café: Are you looking after someone who is very forgetful or has been diagnosed with dementia?
Come along for a cup of tea and meet people in a similar situation at Pyle Life Centre every Friday, from 9.30am-11am.
There will be a host of activities including singing and crafts and looking at old photographs of the area.
Call Louise on 07791
Pyle Parish Hall: St James Church has a wonderful church hall which is well equipped for all occasions. It is available for parties, meeting and classes.
If you would like more information contact Sue 741030.
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 DropIn, 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.
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 its good work every Thursday.
Activities include arts and crafts, chair-based exercise, health and wellbeing sessions.
Morning sessions from 10am-12.30pm and afternoon sessions from 1.30pm-4pm. Sessions costs £5, with refreshments. Lunch is £2.50.
Call the Community Centre on 01656 749 754.
Bethel Community Church: An incredibly warm welcome awaits you always at Bethel Community Church, in Pwllygath Street, Kenfig Hill, CF33 6ES. Their regular meetings include:
Sundays – Evening service, 6pm; Tuesdays – Tea & Toast, 10am-noon, (free to all the community); Fellowship Meeting, 7.30pm.
Thursdays – Ignite Youth, 7pm.
Fridays – Kidzone for junior age group children 5.30pm- 6.45pm.
Kidzone is held during term time only and a responsible adult must bring and collect children.