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BACK2HOCKEY: Come and join the weekly session of hockey training at Ysgol Brynrefail every Wed 6.30-7.30. Hockey equipment provided for £2.
YOUTH CLUB: Every Monday and Wednesday 7-9pm, at Ysgol Brynrefail. Everybody welcome, year 8 upwards. CAPEL Y RHOS: Tachwedd 11 Y Parch Gwyndaf Jones, am 10 o’r gloch. Ysgol Sul.
HAFAN ELAN LLANRUG: Age Well Activities for the local aged 50 and over population. Activities held every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday including a lunch club, Bingo, gentle chair exercise and computer classes. Contact Eilwen Charters on 01286 669 287 for more information.
CHRISTMAS FAYRE: Ysgol Brynrefail, Llanrug. Tuesday November 13, 6.30-8.30, £2.50 entrance fee to include tea/coffee and mince pie. For more information or to book a stall, email Donna: robertsjones. firstname.lastname@example.org
CYLCH TI A FI: Baby and Toddler Group is held in Canolfan Bro Llanwnda, Weds Term time 1.15-3pm. Parents, Carers and Childminders all welcome. CLWB FELINWNDA: Cynhelir Clwb Felinwnda yn y Ganolfan Llanwnda pnawn Iau Tachwedd 8 am 2 o’r gloch ST JOHN THE BAPTIST’S CHURCH: 9.30aOfferen/Eucharist (3rd Sun). 9.30am Boreol Weddi/Morning Prayer (1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Suns).
MORFA NEFYN KNITTING GROUP: Come and knit, crochet, sew and chat at the Nanhoron Arms every Monday from 7.30-9pm. Just turn up and join this friendly group or contact Karen Cooper on 07747 800320 or 01758 720039 for details. Donations of wool for charity [projects gratly appreciated. CWMNI GWYNANT CYF: Are pleased to announce that they have a sum of money available for the benefit of the community. Applications are invited from voluntary organisations in the communities of Nant Gwynant, Beddgelert and Nantmor. Applications, by letter, to Bethan Roberts, Hafod y Porth, Nant Gwynant, Caernarfon LL55 4NG by December 1. The Annual General Meeting of Cwmni Gwynant Cyf. will be held on Thursday, November 8 at 7.30pm at Nant Gwynant Village Hall.
ST PERIS CHURCH: Sunday November 11, 9:30am Morning Prayer. Tuesday November 13, 8am Morning Prayer
CANOLFAN LLYS LLYWELYN: Coffee Morning - every Friday, 10-30am-noon, Join us in a relaxed, happy environment. Craft club - every other Wednesday -10.30am onwards, Do you have crafty fingers or would you like to learn a new craft?
DYSGWYR: Mae Pwyllgor Ardal Nebo yn awyddus i helpu’r nifer cynyddol o ddysgwyr yn yr ardal trwy sefydlu grwp i sgwrsio a nhw. Y bwriad yw sefydlu grwp o Gymru Cymraeg lleol fydd yn fodlon trefnu amser cyfleus i sgwrsio efo’r dysgwyr a thrwy hynny fod yn gymorth ymarferol yn ychwanegol i’r gwersi ffurfiol. Os oes rhywun yn fodlon helpu efo’r gwaith yna ffoniwch O.P. Huws 01286881176 neu Alison Jones 0128 881745. REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY: A brief service will be held by the Nebo School War Memorial at 10:50am this Sunday on the 100th anniversay of the end of the Great War & to remember the sacrifice of all those who died in all wars.
AGE WELL: Classes held at Ganolfan Nefyn. Mon: Gentle Exercise 9.30-10.30am. Interactive Art 10.45am-12-45pm. Silver Swans (ballet exercise for over 50) will start again in September. Wed: Craft/Art 9.30-11.30am. Drama Noon-1.30pm. Choir 1.30-3.30pm. Welsh for beginners and advanced classes 2pm-3pm. Fri: Exercise for over 50s, 9.30-10.30am Line Dancing 2.30-4.pm. O DDRWS I DDRWS: runs a bus service from Llŷn to Ysbyty Gwynedd every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for £1 each way. The bus starts out from Llŷn to arrive at Ysbyty Gwynedd convenient for visiting time 1.30pm-2.30pm. It will pick up from the villages around Llŷn. Passengers must book with O Ddrws i Ddrws on 01758 721777 or e mail oddrwsiddrws@yahoo. co.uk DROP-IN MINDFULNESS SESSIONS: Lunchtime drop-in mindfulness practice sessions open to all, from complete beginners to people who wish to keep their practice topped up. Ideal for anyone who wishes to get a taste of mindfulness. Held at the Doctor’s surgery (Ty Doctor), Nefyn, every 2 weeks on a Tuesday from 1-2pm. It is fine to come for the first half hour only. The sessions are run on a donation basis. Suggested amount £5. For more information contact Tara: email - email@example.com. phone: 01766 530839, www.gwyneddmindfulness. co.uk. FLU CLINICS: At Ty Doctor. If you are over 65, suffer with a chronic condition, or you are a carer, then you are entitled to a free Flu injection. There are several flu clinic dates over the next few weeks to make it more convenient for patients to be able to attend. An appointment will be necessary - Please phone Tŷ Doctor on 01758 721851 or Meddygfa Aelhaearn on 01758 750514 CYFARFOD BLYNYDDOL:- Y Ganolfan, Nefyn, Tachwedd 20 am 7yh.- croeso cynnes i bawb LIBRARY: 01758 720873. Tuesday: Mudiad Meithrin story and Rhyme session, 10.30-11.30am, November 27. Wednesday: Digital Gwynedd Workshop, digital support, 4-6pm. November 7, 14, 21, 28. LLŷN MARITIME MUSEUM: The museum and coffee bar will remain open every Saturday throughout the winter months (except for December 29) with events arranged once a fortnight for children, adults and teenagers. Please see our Facebook page or website for full details. On Saturday November 10 there will be a children’s Craft Session (1.30-3.00pm). An Improving Your Digital Skills free session for adults will be held on Saturday afternoon November 24. On Saturday December 8, there will be a Christmas Card Workshop afternoon for children with Menna Jones . On Saturday December 22nd, a Christmas table flower and greenery arrangement class will be held with Doris Hughes of Trefor (£10). Children’s session will cost £2 per head, and include a drink and biscuit or fruit. Ring 01758 721313 or email afllmm@yahoo. com for further details and to book a place.
AIL GYLCHU: Mae bin ail-gylchu Antur Waunfawr wedi ei leoli yng nghyntedd Ysgol Gymuned Penisarwaen. Coeso i unrhyw un o’r Gymuned ei ddefnyddio. Bydd yr ysgol yn derbyn arian am bob bin llawn. Gwerthfawrogir eich cefnogaeth. CYLCH TI A FI: A warm welcome to parents, childminders, babies and toddlers to the weekly session at Penisarwaun Community School Hall every Monday 1.30 until 3pm. Activities and special visitors every month. ST HELENS CHURCH:
Sunday November 11 Remembrance Sunday. 10.45am Holy Communion Service, 11am a service of Remembrance will be held by the cenotaph a warm welcome is extended to all to this special service 100 yrs following the end of the 1st World war. CHURCH BELL: Will be rung as part of a national Remembrance on Sunday at 11am and then at 12.30 to go from a period of remembrance to thanksgiving and at 7.05pm as part of a national ringing out for peace. Anyone wishing to take part in the bell ringing at these times are welcomed to pop in at take part. WHIST DRIVE: will be held at the Church hall on Tuesday November 13 at 7pm new players or learners welcome CASH BINGO: The fortnightly cash bingo will be held at the Church hall tonight, Wednesday, November 7 at 7pm
CAPEL FRON: Sun services at 10.30am. Evening Services will be held at Yr Hen Fanc at 5pm from November 4 onwards until further notice. Sunday school during the morning service. Explorers (primary school age) meet on Weds at 6-7pm during term time. Call Pete Campbell on 01766 770632. Croeso cynnes. AGE WELL: Every Friday at the Memorial Hall: 9:30am-12:30pm. Coffee Morning: 9:30am-noon. Indoor Bowls: 11am-noon. Local History Club (Last Friday of every month): 10am-11am. Other occasional various activities. Youth Club for the over 50s! Contact Stephen at firstname.lastname@example.org BRIDGE CLUB: Tuesdays at the Village Hall 7pm. Visitors and new members welcome. Contact Dewi 01766 515949. HOLY TRINITY CHURCH: Penrhyndeudraeth are holding a display of World War One memorabilia throughout November. Items include personal letters from the War Front to parents in Penrhydeudraeth, Poetry, Music and the Marking of Graves and Memorials of those soldiers from the parish who perished between 1914 and 1917. The Remembrance Day Service takes place at 10.45am on Sunday November 11 and is followed by placing of wreaths in Neuadd Goffa Penrhyndeudraeth. The church is open 9.30-3.30pm daily.
CHRIST CHURCH: Sunday November 11, Remembrance Sunday, Service At War Memorial, Penygroes 10.50am. Worship on Wednesdays 10am- a short service followed by refreshments and a chat. TREFN OEDFAON CAPELI: Tachwedd 11. Capel Calfaria – Oedfa am 10yb o dan ofal y Parch Ddr Rhys Llwyd; Capel y Groes – Oedfa am 10yb o dan ofal y Parch Dafydd Ll Hughes; Capel Soar – Oedfa am 10yb o dan ofal Y Parch Iwan Llewelyn Jones - Bedydd (Ysgol Sul), dim Oedfa hwyrol.
TEAMS 4 U: Apel Bocus Nadolig y Plant. Cesglir bocsus yn Festri Capel Soar, Penygroes rhwng 6-8 yh nos Wener Tachwedd 9; 6-8yh Nos Wener Tachwedd 16, a rhwng 10 y bore a hanner dydd Sadwrn Tachwedd 17.
WATERSPRINGS CHURCH: Worship service – Suns 10.30am. Bible Study and Prayer – Thurs 7pm at The Melting Pot Cafe. The Red Lion, 19 High Street. Contact: 01286 880650 ~ 07958 729020. watersprings.org.uk ~ info@watersprings. org.uk NANTLLE VALE DOG TRAINING CLUB: Is a Kennel Club registered dog training club. The classes are held in the Memorial Hall Market Place. It runs puppy classes, obedience training, ring craft and a fun agility session. It also offers training for The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme ‘Puppy’ ‘Bronze’ Silver’ and ‘Gold’. The classes are held on a Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm. Phone 01286 831092 for details. IT ADVICE: Need help with the computer, laptop or tablet? Need to set up e-mail account? Want to learn about internet shopping or search your family tree? Come to drop-in sessions at Penygroes Library on Fridays 2-4pm. Free admission. ARMY CADETS: Every Wednesday 7-9pm at ACF Centre, County Road LL53 6EF. Ages 12 (year 11) – 18 years.Learn outdoor pursuits, field craft, team work, community events, First Aid, DoE awards etc. LIBRARY: Tel 01286 880427. Friday: Ditital Gwynedd Workshop, digital support, 1-3pm, November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30. Autism aware information stand, 2-4pm, November 9.
CAPEL BRYNAERAU: Tachwedd 11 am 2yp Mr Dewi Jones, Pwllheli.
CATHOLIC CHURCH: New winter Mass times from Sunday, November 4: St Joseph’s, Pwllheli Sat. 6.30pm and Sun. 9am. Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, Porthmadog Sun. 11.30am. GUIDING: Brownie unit. Contact Anne Fazakerley on 01766 770360. GIRLGUIDING PORTHMADOG: Runs a Rainbow Unit for 5-7 year old girls on Mondays at 5.30pm. If interested in joining come along or for further information ring Ann Fazakerley 01766 770360. SCOUTS: Porthmadog Scouts are meeting time from 6-8pm on Thurs. If you fancy trying out some new experiences come along and pay a visit! Contact: Lauren Evans 07825133347. ARMY CADETS: Every Wednesday 7-9pm at ACF Centre, Snowdon Street LL49 9DF. Age 12 (year 11) – 18 years. Learn outdoor pursuits, field craft, team work, community events, First Aid, DoE awards etc. AGE CYMRU: Gwynedd a Mon are looking for volunteers to assist in the running of the charity shop on the High Street, Porthmadog. Duties to include sorting donations received, assisting with stock display, serving customers and having a chat with customers popping in to the shop. For information contact 01286 677711. CHURCH IN WALES: Service each Sun at 9.30am, Parish Church of St John, Penamser Road. HISTORY TALKS: Welsh History talks on 2nd Friday of the month and Roman History talks on last Friday of each month, both 11am, at Penrhyndeudraeth Church Hall. Contact Syd Caplan 01766 522238, email email@example.com. SSAFA GWYNEDD: are requesting new caseworkers in the Gwynedd area to help and support our veterans and their families. If you can help,contact Andy Williams 07958524298. LIBRARY: 01766 514091. Monday: Exhibition of photos and stories of displaced people by Christian Aid , Nov 19-24. Go online (help with computers, prior booking required), 10am-noon, November 19, 26. Colouring for relaxation, 10.30am-11.30am, November 12, 19, 26. Tuesday: Story and Rhyme Time Mudiad Meithrin, 1.30-2.30pm, November 13. Story, Craft and song with Doti for children under 12 months old, 1.30-2.30pm, November 20. Wednesday: Board games, 10.30-11.30am, November 7, 14, 21, 28. Thursday: Digital help with tablets, I-pad, laptop, 10am-12.30pm. November 8, 15, 22, 29. Friday: Story session for under 5 year olds, 2.15-3pm, November 9, 16, 23, 30.
PRENTEG SEWING CLUB: Meet every other Wed at the Village Hall Prenteg 7pm-9pm £2 per meeting. Everyone welcome beginner or expert, informal group who help each other. For more details contact Deborah Dawe 01766 512510 or Lorraine Jones 01766 514385. ALA ROAD CHURCH: opposite the Police Station, services start at 11.15am. Sunday, November 11, Mr Andrew Settatree 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: New winter Mass times from Sunday, November 4: St Joseph’s, Pwllheli Sat. 6.30pm and Sun. 9am. Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, Porthmadog Sun. 11.30am. 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. 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. 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 GUIDING: Rainbow, Brownie and Guide units. Contact Sera Williams on 07917 303435, firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, Work Star assessments and completion of an action plan, Group work activities to improve confidence and self-esteem, 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. 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. BANC BWYD PWLLHELI FOODBANK: Thanks all the chapels, churches and schools who have supported us with donations for Harvest Thanksgiving, and everyone who donates food and toiletries in the trolley in ASDA Pwllheli. All the support received locally is an enormous help to those local people in crisis who are referred to the Foodbank by specialist agencies. Thank you everyone, with your help the Foodbank was able to give a total of 28 food packs in September, making a total for the year of 385. The number for the coming months is likely to increase as seasonal work ends and winter weather begins to take hold. 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.