CAPEL SEION: Dydd Sul, Mai 13, am 10yb: Diacon Stephen Roe.
ALA ROAD CHURCH: opposite the Police Station, services start at 11.15am. Sunday May 13, Rev Malcolm Daley
ST PETER’S CHURCH: Service times: Sunday 10.30am Holy Eucharist/Offeren Sanctaidd Bilingual, 4pm Gosber Cymraeg First Sunday in the month. Monday 9.30am Celtic Morning Prayer English. Tuesday 10.30am Holy Eucharist/Offeren Sanctaidd, Bilingual. Friday 3.30pm Meditation and Benediction, English. Saturday 10am Holy Eucharist/Offeren Sanctaidd, Bilingual.
CATHOLIC CHURCH: Summer Mass times: St Joseph’s, Pwllheli Sat. 6.30pm and Sun. 11.30am; Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, Porthmadog Sun. 9am.
CRYNWYR PWLLHELI: Mae Crynwyr Pwllheli yn cyfarfod yn vestri Capel y Drindod y Sul cyntaf y mis am 11.30yb, a pedwerydd nos Iau y mis am 7.30yh. Croeso cynnes i pawb. WOMEN’S AID: De Gwynedd Women’s Aid provides support to all women living in Dwyfor and Meirionnydd who have suffered or are currently suffering domestic abuse, regardless of age, marital status, culture and language, with or without children. We offer free confidential information and help on benefits and housing, and we are there also to those who just need someone to talk to. Contact on 01758 701005, or call in at Canolfan Felin Fach, Pwllheli. We are there to help you.
MUSIC: Every Monday, between 7-9pm, at Allports Fish and Chips Shop with local jazz musicians. Free admission. Phone 01758 612641.
CANOLFAN FELIN FACH: Provides a daily drop in service for anyone who needs company, support, help in filling forms and other information regarding Wellbeing. Anybody can call in without a prior appointment and we guarantee you a warm welcome. Open Tuesday -Friday 9am until 4pm. The Centre provides and offers a wide range of leisure activities board games, pool, darts and dominoes, Also have an Arts and Craft group every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10.30am- 3pm. Distributes Food Bank vouchers every Tuesday and Friday for people who are in a crisis, If it is a bank holiday we will issue these on the day before. Also have a facebook page so that you can follow us and be updated with trips and other activities. Call Sami or Mari (Support workers) on 01758 701 611 or visit the Centre on Penlan Street, Pwllheli. The Centre has a garden shed sale from May 6 onwards
SESIWN SIARAD: Welsh learners at all levels are very welcome to come along to an informal drop-in chat session on Saturday mornings between 10.30 and 12.30 at Caffi Gwalia in the High Street. Plan to meet every Saturday apart from Christmas/New Year, Easter and July/ August. Phone Howard Jones on 01758 730519 for more information.
TI A FI PWLLHELI: Every Thurs at Ysgol Feithrin Pwllheli, Frondeg, 1pm-2.30pm if you require any further information, do not hesitate to contact us at Ysgol Feithrin Frondeg, Pwllheli. Ti a Fi Pwllheli has been run voluntarily for 8yrs+ and without voluntary support this provision would not exist. A big thank you to them!
YOGA PWLLHELI: Come along to Yoga sessions, will now be every Mon and Fri between 10–11:30am at Capel y Drindod, Pwllheli. The cost per session is £4.
POLICE SURGERY: If anything’s bothering you or if you have any ideas regarding improving community safety, come to the Police Surgery, between 10am-11am on the first Wed of each month, in Pwllheli Police Station, Ala Road.
SCHOOL UNIFORMS: Second Hand Ysgol Cymerau School Uniforms, now at Caffi Glan Y Môr, South Beach – Contact 01758 612434 Stocks are currently running low for Second Hand Ysgol Cymerau School Uniforms therefore they would be grateful of any jumpers, coats or polo shirts with the Ysgol Cymerau logo on them to sell. All profits are donated to the school’s Ffrindiau Ysgol Cymerau Friends.
PWLLHELI ADVICE SESSIONS: Tues 2-5pm, CIP, 8 Lower Cardiff Road. If you need advice on Employment Problems, Housing Issues, Welfare Benefits, Consumer Rights, Debt Advice, and more then drop in to see us. Avalon Advice CIC 01248 361911 www.avalonadvice.info w
GUIDING: Rainbow, Brownie and Guide units. Contact Sera Williams on 07917 303435, email@example.com.
PFC: PwllhelI Football pre-season training at Glan y Môr school fields every Tues 7pm. All new players very welcome.
PWLLHELI YOUTH CLUB: For young people aged 12 to 19 from 7pm to 9pm on Tues and Thurs. At Frondeg, Pwllheli. Contact Vicky Williams at vickyvlw@ icloud.com. Badminton: Every Thursday noon to 1pm in the Leisure centre, £1.50. All ages welcome.
RURAL MARKET: Pwllheli Rural Market takes place every Wed between 9am-12pm at St Peter’s Church with home baking, crafts, plants, cards and refreshments
BRIDGE CLUB: Mondays & Wednesdays 7pm at the Vestry Ala Road. Visitors & new members welcome. Contact Eleanor 01758 713285 or Sian 01758 614324. Fun bridge lessons free - all abilities - contact Eleanor. See Pwllheli Bridge Club website.
GWYNEDD COUNCIL OPUS: can support people aged 25 and over on their journey to work, volunteering and training. This support includes initial one-to-one meetings, Training opportunities to improve skills, Volunteering and work placements to gain practical work experience, Job search and CV writing skills, and Interview techniques. For more information contact the team on 01286 682 730 or Opus@gwynedd.llyw.cymru. OPUS is funded by the European Social Fund.
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. New members welcome. Ring Margery Griffin 078111 86969 for more information.
SSAFA GWYNEDD: Seeks new caseworkers in the Gwynedd area to help and support our veterans and families. Contact Andy Williams 07958524298.
ARMY CADETS: Every Tuesday 7-9pm at ACF Building, North Quay LL53 5YR. Age 12 (year 11) – 18 years.
BANC BWYD PWLLHELI FOODBANK: Gave out a total of 41 packs of food, toiletries and other essential items in March, including Easter eggs to local people referred to it by government agencies and local charities. Thanks to ASDA for the generous donation of Easter eggs. The Foodbank is grateful to everyone who supports - it is running short of `bags for life’, so please do not throw them away, but leave them and any other items in St Peters Church whenever open. Lunch Club at noon on Tues and Frids, when the Foodbank offers a light lunch free of charge. The Foodbank is open 2-3pm on those days. At present, no more donations of clothing or bedding are needed.
LIBRARY: Tel 01758 612089. Mon: Digital Gwynedd, help with tablets and computers, May 14, 21. 1.30-3.30pm. Wed: “Duck, Duck, Goose” crafts, 12 Spaces only, May 30, 1.15-2.15pm. Board games for young at heart adults, May 16, 10.30am-11.30am. A talk by PCSO Paula Stewart on Safety in the Home, May 9, 10.30am-11.30am. Fri, Story Session for under 5s, May 11, 25 (celebrate Elmer Day), 1.30-2.30pm.
GORWEL/HORIZON WALKING GROUP: Next Wednesday May 16 there will be a meeting at 11am in the village hall in Mynytho to arrange the next walks programme, followed by a short walk. For more information call Pat Brown (01758 740269).
CAPEL Y DRINDOD: Mercher, Mai 9, 7yh Clwb Ieuenctid. Gwener, Mai 11, 10yb Cyfarfod Gweddi Undebol. Sul, Mai 13, 10yb a 5yh Oedfaon yng ngofal y Parch A Meirion Roberts. 2yp Ysgol Sul yr Oedolion. Llun, Mai 14, 6yh Clwb y Plant. 7.30yh Cyfarfod Gweddi’r Ofalaeth. Mawrth, Mai 15,7yh Y Sied.
CHRISTIAN AID WEEK: Will be held on May 13-19. There will be a house to house collection. On Wednesday May 16 there will be a street collection and a produce stall on the Market. On Friday, May 18 there will be a coffee morning held at Penlan chapel vestrybetween 10.30am and noon. On Saturday a collection outside Lidl, and on Sunday, May 20 an united service by all the chapels will be held at Capel y Drindod.