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Estyn­wyd croeso i’r Parch Christo­pher Prew o Borth­madog fel bpregethwr Sul yn Seilo gan ly­wydd y mis, Id­wal Wil­liams. Ar­weinydd y gan oedd Richard Mor­ris Jones gyda Geraint Cl­wyd Jones wrth yr or­gan. Tyn­nwyd sylw’r gy­nullei­dfa i wei­th­gared­dau am­ry­wiol y capel gan gyn­nwys my­fyr­dod a phaned yn dechrau yn Seilo ar Hy­dref 3 am 10yb bob bore Mercher. Bydd ty­mor newydd y Gymdei­thas Leny­d­dol yn cy­ch­wyn gyda Sw­per y Cyn­haeaf ar nos Lun, Hy­dref 1 am 7yh gyda Cymdei­thas y Ch­wio­rydd yn ymuno yn y dathlu. Y gwr gwadd fydd Mr. John El­wyn Hughes o Fethel. Bydd rha­glenni’r ty­mor pris £6 a tho­cyn­nau’r Sw­per pris £5. gan Dr Huw a Beryl Roberts a Mr Ieuan Jones y Tryso­rydd a bydd an­gen cy­sylltu a hwy os an­gen trafni­di­aeth i’r sw­per. Bore Sul ne­saf, Hy­dref 7 bydd Capel Seilo yn croe­sawu’r Parch Dewi T Mor­ris o Borth­madog i’n plith am 10 y bore CAPEL Y TRAETH: Hy­dref 14, 10am: Gwasanaeth Di­olch­gar­wch y Plant. RNLI: The Cric­ci­eth Shop and Lifeboat shed will be open (un­less the weather is ap­palling) from 11am to 5.00pm every day - with Christ­mas gifts and cards, cal­en­dars and di­aries, sweets and stock­ing fillers, and lots more in­clud­ing a warm wel­come. Any­one who has watched Sav­ing Lives at Sea will ap­pre­ci­ate how much courage and skill is needed, all sup­ported by hours of train­ing. These are given vol­un­tar­ily by lo­cal men and women out­side their nor­mal work, all in or­der to keep us safe on and be­side the sea. Help to keep your lo­cal crew afloat by vis­it­ing the shop, where every sin­gle penny will sup­port this vol­un­tary ser­vice. ENGLISH SER­VICE: At Capel y Traeth. Every Sun­day at 11.15am. ST CATHER­INE’S CHURCH: 8am Morn­ing Prayer (1st, 3rd and 5th Suns). 8am Eucharist (2nd and 4th). 11am Eucharist, 11am Ys­gol Sul/Sun­day School. FAM­ILY CHURCH: Sun­day at 10.30am and 6pm. For de­tails of chil­dren’s and young peo­ple’s clubs, and other meet­ings, con­tact Ben Thomas on 01766 522794 or at www. cric­ci­eth­fam­i­ly­ YOGA: Classes at the Me­mo­rial Hall Green Room every Wed 7pm-8.30 con­tact Heather on 07790 576669, and every Thurs 10am-11:30am. For de­tails con­tact Ni­cole on 07889 932573. Suit­able for all ages and abil­i­ties, new mem­bers wel­come. IN­DOOR SHORT MAT BOWLS CLUB: New In­door Short Mat Bowls Club at the Me­mo­rial Hall will meet every Mon at 7.15pm on­wards at the main hall. Ev­ery­one is wel­come, come and have a go. GUID­ING: Rain­bow, Brownie, Guide and Se­nior Sec­tion units. Con­tact Hazel Dibben on 07865 094723. Mod­ern Se­quence Danc­ing: At the Me­mo­rial Hall every Thurs, 8pm-10.30pm. Age Well: Every Tues­day at En­cil y Coed Cen­tre (near the Health Cen­tre): 9.30am-4pm. IT Class, Begin­ners Level (Com­ing Soon): 10am-11.30am. Knit­ting Club, in­clud­ing a half hour lunch: 11am-1.15pm. Gen­tle Chair Ex­er­cise: 1.15pm-2.15pm. Ta­ble Games, So­cial­is­ing and DVD Af­ter­noons: 2.30pm-4pm. Youth Club to the over 50s! Con­tact Stephen at TAI CHI CLASSES: Held in Jerusalem Chapel, Hen­bont Road, every Mon­day at 10.30am. For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact Terry Hig­gins on 01766 810280. SINGING FOR FUN: Lleisiau’r Byd World Voices is a friendly and in­for­mal com­mu­nity choir. Meets every Wed­nes­day in term-time 7.30-9.30 in the Jerusalem Hall, Cricieth. £5 a ses­sion, with first one free. The choir sings songs in a va­ri­ety of styles and lan­guages in glo­ri­ous har­mony. All mu­sic is taught by ear, di­rected by mu­si­cal leader David Gunn, in a friendly and sup­port­ive way to pro­duce beau­ti­ful sounds. No pre­vi­ous singing ex­pe­ri­ence nec­es­sary. Con­tact 01766 523686. BRIDGE CLUB: Thurs­days 7pm. New mem­bers and vis­i­tors wel­come. Con­tact Peter for venue de­tails 01766 522647. 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. So­cial events are held to raise funds for lo­cal and na­tional char­i­ties. New mem­bers wel­come. See the Face­book page or ring Margery Grif­fin 078111 86969 for more in­for­ma­tion.Li­brary: Bor­row 5 books or mor­ein or­der to bor­row a DVD free of charge. SSAFA GWYNEDD: Seeks new case­work­ers in the Gwynedd area to help and sup­port our vet­er­ans and their fam­i­lies. If you can help con­tact Andy Wil­liams 07958524298. RNLI CRIC­CI­ETH: The Cric­ci­eth Lifeboat shop and Boat­shed shed will be open from 11am to 4pm every day dur­ing Oc­to­ber (un­less the weather is im­pos­si­ble even to con­tem­plate shop­ping!). Again de­pend­ing on the weather, a trip into the ad­join­ing lifeboat shed to see the im­pres­sive boat and trac­tor at close quar­ters, is well worth­while. In the shop there are lots of stock­ing fillers, toys, cards, cal­en­dars and di­aries, scrump­tious sweets, and cloth­ing - in­clud­ing chil­dren’s yel­low RNLI wellies. And for the young­ster who ‘has ev­ery­thing’, ask about mem­ber­ship of Storm Force, which will give them an in­ter­est in the work of the RNLI, with reg­u­lar mag­a­zines and in­for­ma­tion. The TV programme Sav­ing Lives at Sea is grip­ping! Every pur­chase you make in the shop will help to keep the vol­un­teer crew of the Cric­ci­eth lifeboat afloat, and into the bar­gain you will find a warm and help­ful wel­come. Shop tele­phone num­ber 01766 523482. CRAFT AND PRO­DUCE FAIR: at The Me­mo­rial Hall, Cric­ci­eth, on Oc­to­ber 6, 11am-3pm. En­try is free. Also Free chil­dren’s craft ac­tiv­ity ta­ble. For any other info con­tact A.Tu­dor 01766522874 CYMDEI­THAS HANES EIFIONYDD: History So­ci­ety. Will be­gin its 2018-19 sea­son on Weds, Oc­to­ber 10, with a short AGM fol­lowed by a talk by Dilys Wil­liams about “Woman’s Strug­gle for The Vote “at Capel Y Traeth, Cric­ci­eth 7.30pm. Fur­ther programme de­tails avail­able from www. cric­ci­, or Peter Masters . Hon Sec Tel 01758 750322

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