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Har­mony: It’s ar­rived - Har­mony’s 12th An­nual Con­cert at St David’s Church is this com­ing Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 6.

Start­ing at 7.15pm, the com­pere is the in­com­pa­ra­ble Ross Pen­hale-Thomas, who will be in charge of the evening and we look for­ward o hear­ing their guest artist, Bruce An­der­son, tenor, hav­ing heard so much about him.

Once again we know that it’s go­ing to be a most en­joy­able evening.

Tick­ets are £5, avail­able from any choir mem­ber or by ring­ing Har­mony’s Di­rec­tor/Ac­com­pa­nist Wendy Mur­phy on 07983 571578.

Flu Jabs: Wood­lands Surgery – Flu Vac­cines are avail­able at any time dur­ing surgery open­ing hours and no ap­point­ment is needed. Clin­ics will also be held, check out our web­site on www.wood­lands surgery­maesteg.co.uk for de­tails of when these will be held.

Please also en­sure we have an up-to-date mo­bile num­ber, as text no­ti­fi­ca­tions will be sent when the vac­cines ar­rive. www.beat­flu.org.

Note­wor­thy: Their fame has spread far and wide and they have been seen on TV. They are cel­e­brat­ing their 12th An­nual Con­cert on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 20 at St Michael & All An­gels Church, Maesteg with di­rec­tor Ryan Wood and ac­com­pa­nist Ste­wart Roberts.

Ryan reg­u­larly ac­com­pa­nies Only Men Aloud, Only Boys Aloud and Only Kids Aloud and has per­formed with the Welsh Na­tional Opera. He has worked with renowned choirs in­clud­ing Pendyrus and Tre­orchy male choirs both as an ac­com­pa­nist and mu­si­cal di­rec­tor.

Stewwart is also well known among male voice choirs as MD and ac­com­pa­nist.

He is also a cel­list as has per­formed with the choir on nu­mer­ous oc­ca­sions/ Let’s hope that he will give us the plea­sure again this year.

Their veryspe­cial guests are are Fflur Wyn (So­prano), Cal­lum How­ells and Côr Merched Ysgol Gy­fun Cwm Rhondda.

Tick­ets cost £10 each (free ad­mis­sion for chil­dren) and are Conc. Bydd croeso cynnes avail­able from any Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber i ddys­g­wyr (o leia Le­fel Clwb Maesteg: Clwb choir mem­ber or on­line 31 - Drama­tised Ghost Canol­radd) a siarad­wyr. Cym­raeg Maesteg / at www.tick­et­source. Tours, 5.30pm. £8.50 & Dwy bunt yr un neu am Maesteg Welsh Club co.uk/note­wor­thy­choir. £6.50 Conc. ddim i aelo­dau. Mae’r Clwb yn rhoi gyfle

If you are pay­ing for Fri­day, No­vem­ber 2 - Am ragor o fanylion, i Siarad­wyr Cym­raeg your tick­ets by cheque TheentleG Good: Welsh cy­sylltwch â Pat gy­far­fod yn gymdei­tha­sol please make your cheque folk Singer Song­writer Jones-Jenkins, 01656 a chyn­nal neu wella eu payable to “Note­wor­thy” with full string band. 741622,patjones­jenk­ins@ sgiliau Iaith Gym­raeg. and send it to – 23 7.30pm. £10.50. google­mail.com. Mae’r clwb yn cy­far­fod Maesteg Road, Cwm­fe­lin, Sun­day, No­vem­ber On Mon­day, Oc­to­ber bob pythefnos am 7 og Maesteg CF34 9LD. 4- ThereWas An Old 8, 7 30pm, Tondu Cricket nos Fercher yng Nghlwb

An­other date for your Lady Who Swalled A Fly: Club –the So­ci­ety has y Gwei­th­wyr yn Stryd y di­aries – their An­nual Chil­dren’s the­atre. 2pm. ar­ranged a talk when Joe Teml. Cof­fee,Cake and Craft £6.50. Lewis will be com­ing to Mae rhagor o fanylion morn­ing is be­ing held on Fri­day, No­vem­ber 9 - talk about The Ro­man ar gael gan Lloyd Evans; Satur­day, No­vem­ber 10 Loot : Dark com­edy play. Fort and Army. Mob: 07856 553 777; at 10am at Maesteg Town 7.30pm. £15.50 / £14.50. Therewill be a warm e-bost: Psy­cho1283@ Hall Fri­day, No­vem­ber 16 wel­come for learn­ers (at hot­mail.com.

Mur­der: Banksies’ Babes - Les McKeown’s Bay City least Level Canol­radd) The Club pro­vides an are back! On Fri­day, Rollers. 8pm. £23. and Welsh speak­ers. £2 op­por­tu­nity for Welsh Oc­to­ber 26 they’ll be Satur­day, No­vem­ber each or free to mem­bers. Speak­ers to meet so­cially per­form­ing a new play, 24 - Ven­toux : New play For more de­tails, and main­tain or im­prove ‘And the Mur­derer is’, at about the great­est rqace con­tact Pat as above. their Welsh Lan­guage Maesteg Work­ing­men’s in his­tory. 7.30pm. £9.50 Events Di­ary: This is for skills. Club at 7pm for 7.30pm. Fri­day, No­vem­ber 30 or­gan­i­sa­tions of the The club meets ev­ery

This time they’ll - Buddy Holly: A le­gend val­ley, ask­ing them to fort­night at 7pm on be rais­ing funds for re­born. 7.30pm. £22.50 / check at the Coun­cil Wed­nes­day evening in Note­wor­thy Mixed Choir. £21.50 Of­fice’sDiary be­fore the Work­ing­men’s Club in

The play­in­volves fewer Grow Wild: Free ar­rang­ing an event, so Tem­ple Street. roles, but the au­di­ence ap­point­ment to meet that you won’t clash with Fur­ther de­tails are is still in­vited to play a rep­re­sen­ta­tive from any­one else. avail­able from Lloyd de­tec­tive and again Grow Wild UK, which The di­aryis in the of­ficeE­vans; Mob: 07856 553 the play will be read con­nects peo­ple to purely for that pur­pose. 777; e-mail: Psy­cho1283@ ac­cord­ing to in­struc­tions na­ture and each other Côr Meibion: He­roes hot­mail.com from the writ­ers. by fund­ing creative and again! Côr Meibion Milk: De­liv­ered to your

Tick­ets cost £8, with in­no­va­tive ideas, fo­cused Maesteg at Cylch came to door in glass bot­tles buf­fet in­cluded, from on UK na­tive wild­flow­ers the as­sis­tance of a plea for in­stead of plas­tic, Jane at Maesteg Li­brary, plants and fungi. help on Face­book. con­tact Steve Sim­momds Note­wor­thy box of­fice on Brid­gend As­so­ci­a­tion of A mes­sage posted on [de­liv­ery Tues­day, 07713 014937, Michael Vol­un­tary Or­gan­i­sa­tions Thurs­day evening stated: Thurs­day and Satur­day] Banks on 07584 177456. (BAVO) is of­fer­ing the ‘Help please Face­book... – call 01656 712 858 or

Drama: On Thurs­day, op­por­tu­nity for lo­cal We have been let down 07807 282 790. No­vem­ber 22 and Fri­day, vol­un­tary or­gan­i­sa­tions for our wed­ding on Sewing Class: At Cwm No­vem­ber 23, Llynfi and groups to meet a Satur­day in Margam Calon Com­mu­nity Hub Val­ley Am­a­teur Dra­matic rep­re­sen­ta­tive from Grow Abbey and need a choir. (op­po­site Asda) ev­ery So­ci­ety will be pre­sent­ing Wild UK on Tues­day, If any­one knows of one Tues­day from 6pma trib­ute to Frank Vickery Oc­to­ber 16 from 10am – please help! 7.30pm. Be­gin­ners and at Maesteg Har­leqions 3.30pm in BAVO’s of­fices Côr Meibion Maesteg ex­pe­ri­enced sew­ers RFC. Doors open 7pm for in Com­mer­cial Street re­sponded pos­i­tively to wel­come. 7.30pm start. Maesteg. the plea for help, al­though Dress­mak­ing, soft

We are per­form­ing Com­mu­nity project it was the eleventh hour fur­nish­ing, soft toys, snip­pets of five plays, grants of £2,000 or £4,000 and too late to get the patch­work, quilt­ing, namely, All’s Fair, Fam­ily are avail­able to groups to choir to­gether, along em­broi­dery, cross stitch, Plan­ning, A Night Out, 1 de­liver projects in their with the mu­sic team, cush­ions, all ex­pertly o’clock from the House com­mu­nity fo­cused on and or­gan­ise trans­port, taught by a fully qual­i­fied and Af­ter I’m Gone. UK na­tive wild­flow­ers, a large con­tin­gent of the in­struc­tor. Call 01656 735

Tick­ets cost only £5 and plants and fungi. choir gave up their free 622 for more de­tails. are avail­able from So­ci­ety Youth projects time on the Satur­day Thereis now room for mem­bers. fund­ing pro­vide young and also found their own two peo­ple who’d like to

We look for­ward to peo­ple aged 14 - 25 trans­port to at­tend the join, so give them a ring. see­ing you. Be­cause with £500 fund­ing to do wed­ding, dressed in their Cwlwm Cwm Llynfi: The seat­ing is lim­ited, this is some­thing creative and choir uni­form, and sang group con­tinue to meet ad­mis­sion by ticket only, col­lab­o­ra­tive, in­spired from the choir pews of ev­ery sec­ond Tues­day of so please buy yours soon by UK na­tive plants and the Abby, to help make the month at 7pm in the to avoid dis­ap­point­ment. fungi. the spe­cial cou­ple’s day Coun­cil Of­ficesTal­bot St Call 01656 735 622. Fund­ing can help com­plete, and that lit­tle Maesteg. Town Hall Events: All young peo­ple to im­prove bit more spe­cial. Any­one wish­ing to join tick­ets are avail­able from their CV or per­sonal Bride and Groom and us is wel­come. the hall on 01656 815 915. state­ment, make their guests thanked the The pur­pose is still to

Thurs­day, Oc­to­ber 11 con­nec­tions with their choir for their mas­sive pro­mote and en­hance - Com­edy Club, 7.30pm. com­mu­nity, de­velop con­tri­bu­tion, for mak­ing the aware­ness and use £5.50 in ad­vance & £7.50 new skills and help raise the wed­ding a re­ally of Welsh cul­ture and at the door. aware­ness of na­ture. spe­cial day lan­guage in par­tic­u­lar to

Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber Half hour Spe­cial Dates: Do you the ben­e­fit ofres­i­dents of 17 - Tea Dance, 2pm. £5. ap­point­ments are have a 100th birth­day Maesteg and sur­round­ing

Thurs­day, Oc­to­ber avail­able to meet a com­ing up, or a Golden ar­eas. 18 - Romeo and Juliet, rep­re­sen­ta­tive from or Di­a­mond Wed­ding and A num­ber of events pre­sented by Fluellen Grow Wild UK at BAVO. live in the Maesteg Town have been ar­ranged on The­atre, 7.30pm. £9.50. To book your free place, Coun­cil area? Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 12,

Satur­day, Oc­to­ber con­tact BAVO by call­ing You, or your rel­a­tives, there will be a Cawl a 20 - T.Rex­tasy, 7.30pm. 01656 810 400 by Fri­day, can in­form the coun­cil. Chan held in Maesteg £21.50 & £20.50 Conc. Oc­to­ber 5. Then you can ex­pect Squash club.

Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 23 Cymdei­thas Hanes Bro a spe­cial visit from the If shop­ping is your - Nye and Jen­nie A New Ogwr/Brid­gend and District Mayor and con­sort scene come and join us Play based on the life of Welsh His­tory So­ci­ety: Nos bear­ing gifts or even a on Satur­day, No­vem­ber Aneurin Be­van. 7.30pm. Lun, 8 Hy­dref, 7.30 yh yn card from the Queen. 24 when there will be a £12.50 & £10.50 Conc. y Clwb Criced Tondu - If you live in the trip to Car­marthen. Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 27 - mae’r Gymdei­thas wedi Llang­y­n­wyd Mid­dle Tick­ets are £12.50 to Lip­stick On Your Col­lar: tre­fnu sg­wrs pan fydd Coun­cil area, then you in­clude Prosecco, mince Hits of the 50s & 60s, Joe Lewis yn siarad am Y con­tact their clerk of the pies and a raf­fle. 7.30pm. £21.50 & £20.50 Gaer a’r Fy­d­din Rufeinig. coun­cil. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion con­tact Rhian Ste­rio on 07861 660 970 or email rste­rio@icloud.com.

Ro­tary Club: TheMaesteg club has been run­ning for over 70 years and meet ev­ery fort­night on a Mon­day at 1pm in the Cross Inn Maesteg/ Cwm­fe­lin.

At last week’s meet­ing at the Cross Inn out­go­ing Pres­i­dent Tal­fyn Har­ries handed over the chain of of­fice to RobertDavies for the year 2018/19.

Robert’s main pri­or­ity for his year is to try and in­crease mem­ber­ship of the club which at present has nine mem­bers with only six ac­tive so it is get­ting harder to keep the club go­ing which at the end of the day will mean less as­sis­tance for those who need it in the val­ley.

He in­tends to main­tain the ac­tiv­i­ties al­ready be­ing done at the club, such as or­gan­is­ing the an­nual fire­works dis­play, send­ing stu­dents to the Ro­tary Youth Lead­er­ship course on the Bre­con Bea­cons and send­ing pri­mary school chil­dren out for a day at Gower Her­itage cen­tre.

To this end the Ro­tary club have or­gan­ised a bucket col­lec­tion for Fri­day, July 27 at Tesco Maesteg.

All money raised will be used for lo­cal char­i­ties.

Any­body who is in­ter­ested in join­ing the club and ul­ti­mately help­ing lo­cal char­i­ties please con­tact Tal Har­ries on 07999 886 142.

If any­one, male or fe­male, who is able to spare an hour each fort­night and would like to help in the ben­e­fit of oth­ers please con­tact Har­ries 01656 711 078 or 079 998 861.

Maesteg WI: Maesteg WI wel­comes new mem­bers, come along and see for your­self what we get up to. Meet­ings are on the third Thurs­day of the month at 7pm in Maesteg Rugby Club.

Maesteg WI have had a busy sum­mer, with their mys­tery trip and trip to the races for Ffos­las Ladies Day.

We’ve had plenty of op­por­tu­ni­ties to make new friends and have an in­ter­est­ing but fun time.

We wel­come vis­i­tors and prospec­tive mem­bers at all times. Con­tact us at maestegwi@ gmail.com for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion.

River Care: There­are two groups, who some­times work separately and some­times to­gether.

One group is re­spon­si­ble for the com­mu­nity gar­den in Garth, the other with Re­sources Wales, the three year plan to get rid of Ja­panese Knotweed.

Both work to clear the rub­bish still be­ing dumped along the banks of our River Llynfi and plant­ing bulbs.

Maesteg CC: The club is avail­able to hire for par­ties, chris­ten­ings, etc – con­tact Ryan Parry 07712 243 589 and Lyndon Hor­ri­gan 07971 943 284.

Ram­blers: Maesteg Ram­blers will meet at 9am on Sun­day for the 10-mile Pon­tar­dawe walk, for de­tails con­tact 07983 970 179.

All are wel­come to join and wear sen­si­ble cloth­ing and walk­ing boots/shoes are ad­vised and bring a packed lunch and a drink.

Art So­ci­ety: The so­ci­ety meets at Maesteg Col­lege on Mon­days, from 4pm6pm, and work is cre­ated in a va­ri­ety of me­dia.

His­tory: Llynfi Val­ley His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety on the first Tues­day of the month in St David’s’ Church at 7pm. There are no meet­ings in the sum­mer, so they will re­sume on Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 2, when Rhian Rees will speak on Gwyrosydd – the story of Daniel James, the poet who wrote Calon lan.

Yoga (seated): For peo­ple with mo­bil­ity dif­fi­cul­ties, gen­tle ex­er­cise aims to help the re­lease of ten­sion from the body.

At St David’s Church (op­po­site Asda), Mon­days, 10.30am11.30am (ex­cept bank hol­i­days).

Cost £5 per ses­sion Come along to join us – it re­ally does you good.

Maesteg Min­ers: The newly formed Llynfi Val­ley Ex-min­ers Group meets fort­nightly on a Tues­day at 6.30pm in Maesteg Rugby Club.

All ex-min­ers who worked on top or un­der­ground are wel­come.

For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact Chris Davies on 07521 906 796 or see the Face­book page: Llynfi Val­ley Ex-min­ers, Min­ers’ Wives meet on Thurs­days at Cen­tral Church.

Ukelele Club: The Maesteg Ukulele Club meets ev­ery Mon­day (ex­cept bank hol­i­days) at 7pm in the Cross Inn, Cwm­fe­lin/Maesteg.

It is suit­able for all lev­els of play­ers – and new mem­bers are wel­come.

Maesteg U3A: Maesteg U3A meets at Cen­tral Church on the fourth Tues­day of the month at 2pm.

As well as monthly meet­ings, there are in­ter­est groups which

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