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Royal Wed­ding: Satur­day morn­ing’s Tea and Chat was can­celled and in­stead mem­bers en­joyed a lovely “wed­ding tea” at 4pm to cel­e­brate the mar­riage of Prince Henry of Wales to Meghan Markle. Dawn called in to give out Word Searches she had de­vised with a Royal Wed­ding theme. Many thanks to the ladies for mak­ing such a won­der­ful spread.

Bell Tower: A big thank you to Com­mu­nity Councillor Greg Rogers who has or­gan­ised the re­pair to the bell tower from the orig­i­nal old school in St Brides and ar­ranged for it to have pride of place in the cur­rent school grounds.

School Safety: Vale of Glamorgan Coun­cil­lors made a visit to St Brides to see the site of a pro­posed lay by on South­ern­down Road at Heol Cae Gwyn for the bus to drop off/pick up the school­child­ren. They also looked at the con­ges­tion that arises on the main road through the vil­lage on the B4265, that can be­come grid­locked by big lor­ries, trac­tors, tankers and nu­mer­ous ve­hi­cles try­ing to travel through the vil­lage, which is more haz­ardous when chil­dren are be­ing taken to and from school/nurs­ery. The dif­fi­cul­ties faced by pedes­tri­ans while try­ing to cross South­ern­down Road and the B4265 were also high­lighted.

St Brid­get’s Church: His­tory was made when the newly-ap­pointed Bishop of Llandaff June Os­borne came to St Brid­get’s to take the ser­vice on May 20.

Vale­ways: Coastal walk through woods; meet at Nash Point, Mar­cross by the light­house at 2pm on Sun­day, June 3. Cas­tle upon Alun cir­cu­lar walk; meet at 10am on Fri­day, June 15 in the Fox & Hounds, St Brides Ma­jor, CF32 0SA. Guided walk at 10am on Thurs­day, June 28 start­ing from the Sycamore Tree Pub, Col­win­ston. CF71 7NG.

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